SOUNDER is the Sno-Isle Genealogical Society's quarterly publication,
genealogical, historical and educational information. It is sure to be
of interest to those who have ancestors in the Snohomish-Island County
area, or who just enjoy the colorful history of this part of the great
Society members' queries are published in The Sounder at no charge.
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Margaret Robe Summitt, Sounder editor, has created an Every Name Index to the first 25 years of The Sounder. The Index is in five sections - Vols 1 to 5, Vols 6 to 10, Vols 11 to 15, Vols 16 to 20 and Vols 21 to 25. Each section must be searched for a given surname; use CNTL-F to quickly find your target name. Citations are given as SURNAME, GIVEN NAME, VOLUME and PAGE NUMBER - i.e., DOBB, Lavera A. 15:132 means that Lavera A. Dobb's name will be found in Volume 15 on page 132.
New Search Tool available - a TITLE INDEX to SOUNDER vols 1 through 24 (1987 - 2010)
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