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Part Number: BZAMSETMIG

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This book provides a synopsis of the original patterns of settlement and migration for the United States. Mr. Bockstruck discusses each of the 50 states, however, his emphasis is on the states and territories that were established between the colonial period and the middle of the nineteenth century. For each state the author examines pioneers’ places of origin, reasons for settlement, specific places of settlement in America, names of pioneering families, migrations within and between states, and more. Equally important, throughout the volume he names the key sources for further research. 108 pages | Paperback | Published 2017
Part Number: BZNYCENSS

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Census records and name lists for New York are found mostly at the county level, which is why this book shows precisely which census records or census substitutes exist for each of New York's sixty-two counties and where they can be found. In addition to the numerous statewide official censuses taken by New York, this work contains references to census substitutes and name lists for time periods in which the state did not take an official census. It also shows the location of copies of federal census records and provides county boundary maps and numerous state census facsimiles and extraction forms.
Part Number: BZNNETHROT

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The purpose of this book is to show the researcher how to trace a 17th-century New Netherland ancestor back to his place of origin in Europe. Mrs. Epperson demonstrates that without leaving the United States, and without speaking or reading a foreign language, the researcher, in using such records as exist at the LDS Family History Library and family history centers throughout the United States, can successfully trace his New Netherland ancestry all on his own. Step by step she guides the researcher through the maze of extant records--passenger lists, marriage registers, early court records, and church records--pausing along the way to explain Dutch naming practices and the importance of glossaries, gazetteers and maps. Her book is the new crucial link for the millions of Americans whose ancestors are numbered among the band of 10,000 inhabitants of 17th-century New Netherland.
Part Number: Q_NEWYORK

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In a New York genealogy state of mind? Looking for those elusive Empire State ancestors? The New York Genealogy Legacy QuickGuide™ contains useful information including a timeline of New York history events, tips on New York research strategy, a list of New York migration routes and more. Also included are over 140 links to websites and resources covering vital records, church records, census records, as well as general New York resources.