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1850 CITIES, TOWNS, TOWNSHIPS, HUNDREDS FOR THE UNITED STATES
64 Pages, 8.5" x 11", Alphabetical, Soft Cover
GN-0249, $15.00

A HISTORY OF THE RISE OF METHODISM IN AMERICA 1736-1785
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
John Lednum
210 Pages, 8.5" x 11", Full Name Index, Reprinted 2008
GN-0248, $45.00

HISTORY OF THE ORDINANCE OF 1787 AND THE OLD NORTHWEST TERRITORY
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Northwest Territory Celebration Commission 1937
94 pages, Perfect Bound, Full Name Index, 8.5 x 11 inches, Reprinted 2004 Mountain Press
GN-0244, $20.00

HANDBOOK OF THE METHODIST PROTESTANT CHURCH
Thomas H. Lewis
111 pages, Perfect Bound
Sketching the history, form of government, doctrines, institutions, work, support, extent and resources of the Methodist Protestant Church which separated from the Methodist Church in 1830.
GN-0241, $10.00

ROOT DIGGIN'
by James L. Douthat
A general self-directed workbook for the beginning genealogist. Covers the topics of finding the materials from various sources to recording the data and the process of getting the data in print.
GN-0001 $10.00

INDEX TO 1890 CENSUS OF THE U.S.A.
by Helen Swenson
The vast majority of the 1890 Census is lost but there are 6,160 names and entries that have survived. These are found in AL, DC, GA, IL, MN, NJ, NY, NC, OH, SD and TX. This is the Index to those names.
FI-0380 $15.00

NATIONAL ROAD - 1828
Document #209 filed with the 20th Congress of the U.S. from the Secretary of War as a report on the National Road from Zanesville, Ohio to Florence, Alabama. The Document discusses the route as it passes through Ohio, into Kentucky, through Tennessee and ending in Alabama with notes on various places. Detailed mileages are given from community to community.
GN-0089 $8.50

LIFE OF ROBERT CAVELIER De La SALLE
by Jared Sparks, 250 Pages, Perfect Bound
Robert De La Salle is one of the early explorers of the Great Lakes and Mississippi area before this became the United States. He built Fort Frontenac, sailed through the lakes to Mackinac, Green Bay and on to the Miami River. Later he sailed down the Mississippi recording his passage.
GN-0164 $20.00

 

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