Friday, January 31, 2014

New Items for January and Upcoming Events

 
New Items at the Roy and Helen Hall Memorial Library
January 2014
General:
Indian Tribes of North America
R GEN 929.373 SWA
 
Index to Records of Ante-Bellum Southern Plantations
R GEN 929.375 COO
Alabama:
Carolina Church, Coosa County, Alabama 1837 – 1845
R GEN 929.376159 WIL
Arkansas:
Fort Smith, Arkansas Post Returns 1820 – 1846
R GEN 929.376736 ACK
Delaware:
Delaware Families 1787 – 1800
R GEN 929.3751 DEL
Florida:
Seminole of Florida: Indian Census 1930 - 1940 with Birth and Death Records 1930 - 1938
R GEN 929.3759 BOW
Georgia:
Walnut Grove Presbyterian Church: Lyerly, Chattooga County, Georgia Session Record Book 1927 - 1948
R GEN 929.3758344 WIL
Illinois:
Tabernacle Congregational Church, Chicago, Illinois 1898 – 1901
R GEN 929.377311 WIL
Indiana:
Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana
January 4, 1882 – December 30, 1885
January 6, 1886 – December 28, 1887
January 4, 1888 – December 25, 1889
January 1, 1890 – December 30, 1891
January 6, 1892 – December 27, 1893
January 3, 1894 – December 25, 1895
 
 
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R GEN 929.3772462 NEW
R GEN 929.3772462 NEW
R GEN 929.3772462 NEW
R GEN 929.3772462 NEW
R GEN 929.3772462 NEW
Maryland:
1890 Special Census of the Civil War Veterans of the State of Maryland
Volume II: Carroll, Frederick, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s Counties
 
R GEN 929.3752 MOO
 
A Closer Look at St. John’s Parish Registers 1701 - 1801
R GEN 929.375271 PED
New Mexico:
The Road to Glorieta: A Confederate Army Marches Through New Mexico
R GEN 929.3789 HEA
Ohio:
Ohio and the War of 1812: A Collection of Lists, Musters and Essays
R GEN 929.3771 JOH
 
Columbiana County, Ohio Newspaper Abstracts: Volume 2
R GEN 929.377163 COL
Oklahoma:
Index and Abstracts of Obituaries from the Chickasaw Times 2005 – 2007
R GEN 929.3766 ACK
 
Index to Select Obituaries from the Chickasaw Times 1994 – 2004
R GEN 929.3766 ACK
 
Applications for Enrollment of Creek Newborn Act of 1905
Volumes I through XIV
 
R GEN 929.3766 APP
 
Chickasaw by Blood Enrollment Cards 1898 - 1914
Volumes 1 through 4
 
R GEN 929.3766 BOW
 
The Complete Seminole
R GEN 929.3766 ERN
 
1899 Residents of Guthrie, Indian Territory
R GEN 929.376633 WIL
 
Births, Marriages and Deaths in the Twin Territories:
February 1877 – February 1893
R GEN 929.3766 WIL
 
Outlaw Escapades: Oklahoma and Indian Territories 1872 to 1899
R GEN 929.3766 WIL
 
Trials and Tribulations: Law and Disorder in the Indian Territory and Nearby States:
Volume 1: July 4, 1891 to June 30, 1892
Volume 2: July 7, 1892 to June 29, 1893
 
 
R GEN 929.3766 WIL
R GEN 929.3766 WIL
 
Family Maps of Cleveland County, Oklahoma
R GEN 929.376637 BOY
 
Fort Reno, Indian Territory Post Returns August 1874 – December 1884
R GEN 929.376639 WIL
 
Abstracts of Post Returns for Fort Sill, Indian Territory (originally Camp Wichita) March 1869 – March 1875
R GEN 929.37664 ACK
 
“The Chickasha Star” Grady County, Oklahoma: January 4, 1940 – December 25, 1941 Abstracts of Births, Marriages, Divorces & Deaths
R GEN 929.376654 WIL
 
Fort Towson, Arkansas Territory Post Returns 1824 – 1840
R GEN 929.376663 WIL
 
Every Name Index to Guardian Record Book A. Oct. 22, 1890 – Oct. 1905, Guardian Book B. July 20, 1904 – Oct. 19, 1907, and Administration of Estate Book A. Sept. 9, 1890 – Aug. 15, 1906 United States District Court Central Division South McAlester, Indian Territory
R GEN 929.376675 WIL
South Carolina:
“Lists des Francois et Suisses” from and Old Manuscript List of French and Swiss Protestants (Settled in Charleston, on the Santee River and at the Orange Quarter in Carolina Who Desired Naturalization, Prepared Probably About 1695 – 6)
R GEN 929.3757 RAV
Tennessee:
Ocoee Land District Maps
R GEN 929.3768 DOU
Texas:
1850 Forts of Texas
R GEN 929.3764 WIL
 
Lee Young: Memoirs of a Black Seminole Texas Ranger
R GEN 929.3764 YOU
 
Existing Post Returns for Nacogdoches, Texas July 1836 – February 1870
R GEN 929.3764182 ACK
 
Hardcases and Horse Thieves from the Dallas Daily Herald
May 1, 1880 – September 30, 1880
R GEN 929.37642812 WIL
 
Abstracts of Post Returns for Fort Graham, Texas
April 1849 – October 1853 with a List of Soldiers Enumerated on the 1850 U.S. Census of Navarro County
R GEN 929.3764283 ACK
 
Fort Ringgold, Starr County, Texas Post Returns:
Volume 1: October 1848 – December 1855
Volume 2: January 1856 – March 1861, Existing Returns of the Post at Roma, Texas January – February 1852
 
R GEN 929.3764485 WIL
R GEN 929.3764485 WIL
 
Texas Land Survey Maps for Tarrant County
R GEN 929.3764531 BOY
 
U.S. Military Post Returns, Fort Richardson, Texas:
Part 1: June 1866 – December 1873
Part 2: January 1874 – May 1878
 
R GEN 929.3764544 ACK
R GEN 929.3764544 ACK
 
Talk of the Town: News & Gossip from the “Jacksboro Frontier Echo
June 30, 1875 – December 6, 1878
R GEN 929.3764544 WIL
 
Post Returns: Fort Belknap, Texas
November 1846, June 1851 – January 1859, May June and August 1867
R GEN 929.3764545 ACK
 
Bits and Pieces from the Palo Pinto Star 1885 – 1887
R GEN 929.3764552 ACK
 
The Spirit of Collin County
R GEN 929.3764556 BEN
 
Scalawags, Six-Shooters and Shenanigans from the Fort Griffin Echo January 4, 1879 to November 13, 1880
R GEN 929.3764734 WIL
 
Mischief, Mayhem, and Miscreants from the Quanah Tribune-Chief September 29, 1898 to May 18, 1899 and June 13, 1907 to May 27, 1909
R GEN 929.3764747 WIL
Virginia:
Land of Hogs and Wildcats: People and Places of Lower Stafford County, Virginia
R GEN 929.375526 EBY
Washington, D.C.
Index to District of Columbia Estates 1801 - 1929
R GEN 929.3753 PIP
West Virginia:
Church Records: Greenbrier County, (West) Virginia 1849 – 1860
R GEN 929.375488 ACK

 

Upcoming Area Events:


Wednesday, February 12 7:00 p.m. at the Haggard Public Library 2501 Coit Rd. Plano.  The Collin County Genealogical Society will host Jane Power.  Ms. Power will speak on "Footprints in the Orchard".  This program is free and open to all.

Thursday, February 13 6:45 p.m. at the Roy and Helen Hall Memorial Library 101 East Hunt Street, McKinney.  The North Collin County Genealogical Society will host Ted Wright.  Mr. Wright will present Dousing For Graves!” A short, introductory class and demonstration on how to locate graves that are unmarked.  Mr. Wright is President of the Collin County Historical Society, has spent over 40 years exploring North Texas history and researching graveyards. He has specifically focused the last 15 years dousing for unmarked burials in Collin County.  This program is free and open to all.

Save the Date! April 26 10:30 a.m. Lynell Moss will be presenting a program on FamilySearch at the Roy and Helen Hall Memorial Library.  She will be informing us of how to use FamilySearch and the exciting updates.

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