Foreign orders, as well as those to Canada are not included in this FREE SHIPPING offer. They are as follows: Click Here to see a full listing of the surnames found in the volume. This webinar is very “source” oriented, giving detailed information on a wide variety of sources, starting with the obvious, and working its way through sources that you may not have thought of using previously. To find pre-1976 maps search the Catalog of Government Publications or ask for assistance at the Reference Desk.
It’s often just setting out there waiting for us. Vector mapping data is available in scales ranging from 1:50,000 to 1:30,000,000 in a variety of file formats. This guide is designed to assist individuals and groups who wish to use the approx. 240,000 maps and 5,500 atlases and gazetteers, held in the Harold B. We provide access to Geographic Information System (GIS) resources which allow UC students, faculty, and staff to use ArcGIS to produce customized maps according to their specific needs.
Guest articles are welcome, with acceptance wholly dependent on space available, quality of the writing, my personal interest in the subject, and interest to the genealogical community as a whole. Readers may also reproduce portions (not the entirety!) of the Genealogy Newsline in their own publications, newsletters, blogs, etc., with my permission, as long as full attribution is given as to where the information came from, in the following format please: From Genealogy Newsline Vol 1 #2, Tuesday, January 18, 2011; a publication of Family Roots Publishing Co.
For more description about both libraries, see About the Site, found in the top menu. There are several excellent atlases and map guides available for North Carolina. Also available online via the Bureau of Land Management. These lines can affect how much local tax must be paid, who provides local services, which school children go to and where, and who owns what. Tragedy struck the family in 1848, as we discover only by digging deeper into some old newspapers. The mail was a big deal to both the soldiers and their loved-ones at home.
The CIS Serial Set Index pt. 14 (in 16 volumes) supplies subject access to these maps. To date, over 16,500 US road maps are described in the NLCC. Each volume is indexed except for the one covering 1973-1976 – 1,866 images as of 13 Nov 2010 West Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1854-1932 – Name index to death and burial records from the state of West Virginia – 48,702 Records as of 13 Dec 2010 West Virginia Deaths, 1853-1970 – Imaged Records – Name index of West Virginia statewide and county death records.
Maps of Kentucky tend to be an vital element of genealogy and family tree research, particularly in the event you live far from where your ancestors lived. Besides Germany, the maps also cover the bordering portions of present-day Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, and Switzerland. CHASING WOMEN – FINDING YOUR FEMALE ANCESTORS – Webinar on CD-ROM – A webinar on CD-ROM by this column’s author, Leland K.
To change your password, go to the Family Roots Publishing website: http://www.familyrootspublishing.com/ On the left hand side is a column where you will find the word CONTENTS. He is the now co-owner of Family Roots Publishing Company, LLC, and writes daily at GenealogyBlog.com. Typically, oversized atlases do not circulate due to size and fragility. Included are such topics as the exploration of lands west of the Appalachian Mountains, U.
The bulk of this absorbing new reference work, however, deals with the individual states, showing how their laws, records, and resources can be used in determining female identity. Many state and country collections include some county level data. Mainly published in the mid- to late 1800s, these atlases list landowners by name, a valuable tool for genealogy research. Population schedules for the following counties are missing or lost: Chenango, Columbia, Franklin, Fulton, Jefferson, Livingston, New York (the Bronx and Manhattan), Oneida, Orange, Putnam, Rensselaer, Richmond, Schuyler, Seneca, St.
This includes its oversize atlases and gazetteers for all 50 states. So just add another item or two to your order and they ship at no charge… Sorry, orders shipping to Canada and other countries have the normal shipping fees A year in the planning, the new Genealogical Research in Nebraska is now available. Climatological Atlas of Canada, or the World Bank Atlas are coded and located on the lower level of the McLaughlin Library.
This CD contains scanned images of the above Post Office Directory, which contains hundreds of names and addresses of people living in this county at the time. Federal Censuses is one of the most popular – and useful books ever printed for genealogists. The emphasis is on places that are important for art and architecture. The North Carolina Gazetteer (e-book, 1985) by William S. Jacobson has a historical time line that could lead to the explanation.