|929.10285||Kovacs cc||Genealogical research on the Web. Illus.|
|929.371||Acton||Index of some passengers who emigrated to Canada between 1817 & 1849. Illus.|
|929.3714||White||Guide to Quebec Catholic parishes and published parish marriage records. Maps.|
|929.373||Scott||Genealogical data from the New York post-boy, 1743-1773.|
|929.3741||Bridgton||Bridgton, Maine, 1768-1968. Illus.|
|929.3746||Little||Colonial ancestors: four lineal genealogies of eastern Connecticut families descending from William Andrews of Hartford, Robert Fuller of Salem and Rehoboth, Lazarus Manley of Coventry and Mansfield, John White of Hartford and Hadley.|
|929.37464||White||Barbour collection of Connecticut town vital records. Vol. 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55.|
|929.374816||Pott||The private burial record of Rev. John William Boos: independent reformed minister central Berks County, 1782-1807.|
|929.3759||Florida||Florida pioneer descendants: certificate program index 1979-1999.|
|929.376975||Burdette||Marriage records of Adair County, Kentucky, 1802-1840.|
|929.420945||Fucilla||Our Italian surnames.|
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Freedmanís Bank Records. Family History Resource File. Family
Contains approximately 480,000 names of newly freed slaves during and after the American Civil War. Records cover 1865-1874 and documents names and relationships of those who used the bank.
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