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Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume I Siphiwe Baleka
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Siphiwe Baleka, concerned with the lost history of his family because of the criminal European and American Trade in African people and their enslavement, uses DNA testing and a lot of research to reconstruct the history of the Balanta people all the way back to their origin in Ta-Nihisi, Nubia (Sudan), in prehistoric times. Volume I covers that history up until their exodus during the Egyptian XVIII Dynasty (1479-1429 BC). The book is presented as a letter to his sons, so that they will know the full dignity of their ancestral heritage. But the book is also of immense value to all people of African descent whose ancestors were the victims of American slavery, and whose descendants have ...
Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens and Successful Business Men of Clinton County, PA. PA-Genealogy
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(2016) Reprint of Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens and Successful Business Men of Clinton County, PA, originally published in 1877 by D. S. Maynard. This is a brief but rare biographical work on some of the prominent citizens of Clinton County, Pennsylvania. It includes biographical sketches on the surnames: Batcheler, Bridges, Brown, Candor, Carskaddon, Chatham, Fearon, Gast, Harris, Harvey, Kamp, Kinsloe, Kress, Lyman, Mackey, Merrill, Noyes, Parsons, Quiggle, Quigley, Raub, Ritchey, Robb, Rockey, Schuyler, Smith, Ulp, Welsh.
Bloom Sister Jenny Bloom Lisak
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The William Bloom family moves from Potter’s Old Fort in Center County to the impenetrable mountains and pioneered the area now known as Curwensvile, PA. Three Bloom siblings, Elizabeth, John and Ben, because of circumstances beyond their control, found themselves left alone in the wilderness through a hard winter in 1801. This is a story that has been handed down about their adventures that the author tells through the eyes of Elizabeth.
Bob and Elisabeth Saxe Family History Thomas Saxe
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The history of the Bob and Elisabeth Saxe Family
Bullock Family Reunion Keepsake Bullock Reunion
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John and Minnie Bullock Family History
Christian Hummel and Anna Maier David Hummel
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Cuckoo Cavalcade Tony Arnold
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Finally! The long-awaited family photographic history of the free-spirited and free-wheeling Whisanant clan! The specially-commissioned Family Album is annotated by Floyle Whisanant, and traces the unique family history from its origins in Ireland all the way until contemporary times. Volume Twelve of The Whisanant Mythos.
Culbertson & Culberson Civil War Soldiers Kendel Culbertson
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When the Civil War broke out, people on both sides had to decide where their loyalty would lie. This effort was undertaken to try to identify those who fought and which side they chose. There are 478 individuals listed in the book and I have been able to identify 332 of them. I have been working on the others but positive proof still evades me. I have tried to identify the units they were assigned, service records, pension records, family and burial information. Some personal stories have also been found.
Daniel McHenry 1755 Book 111 John "Hunter" McHenry 1785 Vinniedee Hippensteel
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This book is on John "Hunter" McHenry born 1785 son of Daniel & Mary (Stevens) McHenry. He was the original proprietor of the McHenry Distillery born 1812 which his son ROHR continued with the business and it was passed down to John G. McHenry and the fire destroyed the business. McHenry Distillery was located in Benton, Columbia County, PA. He was the first born child on the north side of Knob Mountain and the McHenry's were early settlers in the area. The family came from Goshen, NY to Pottsgrove, Northumberland County, PA. and on to Benton.
Daniel McHenry 1755 book I -John McHenry 1777, Benjamin McHenry 1778 Vinniedee Hippensteel
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John McHenry son of Daniel and Mary (Stevens) McHenry was baptized in Goshen, New York and died at age 5 of BURNS after they moved to Northumberland County, PA and MAYBE buried with his grandfather at the Chillisquaque Cemetery. There were 3 Chillisquaque cemeteries in that area, the records of the third one St. Vincent's just came to light recently when they started working on the bypass 2 miles outside of Milton. Benjamin McHenry was the second son of Daniel and was baptized at Goshen, New York and married Betsy Rhone and they had five children. He was a lumberman and raftsman taking rafts of timber down Fishingcreek to tidewater at Port Deposit, MD. During one trip he was stricken wi ...

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