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The Billy Van Coles of Thatcher, Arizona James Claridge
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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The decedents of Bill & Helen Cole from Thatcher, Arizona
The Many Lives of Franklin S. Harris Janet Jenson
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
Describes the life and career of Franklin S. Harris. Harris was an agricultural expert, president of Brigham Young University and Utah State Agricultural College, and world traveler. He traveled and consulted in Iran, Siberia, the Middle East, Asia and around the world.
The Voyage to Self Discovery Family History of the Colon Rosich Rebecca Colon, JD
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781946634764
Finally completed after 6 yrs on the making. This book will provide you with the tools how to search for your ancestor. It offers an insight to the socio-economic contributions of the Colon, Rosich and Alomar families to Puerto Rico,. How two islands from two different continents meet on the island of Puerto Rico to start a new story. This book contains historical photos as well as documents.
Through the Ages: My Family History Gay Seversike Lindquist
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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THROUGH THE AGES: MY FAMILY HISTORY begins with the story of my ancestors and the challenges and hardships they experienced over the years as they created a new life in a new land. Their struggles and determination led the way for me and my generation. The story goes on to describe my life as an Iowa farm girl, a wife and mother, a nurse. and finally a retiree. It deals with the unbelievable number of changes that have occurred during my lifetime from journeys across the country in covered wagons to international travel by air. My hope is that this book might provide one block in the foundation for future of the generations in my family.
West-Jersey Pioneer - Including Preceding Titles Marriage & Deaths 1847-1854 Volume I Thomas F. Hollinger
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Size: 8" x 10"
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ISBN: 9781682736487
The West Jersey Pioneer newspaper, published in Bridgeton, New Jersey, was one of the premier newspapers in Cumberland County. The “Pioneer” in its life under preceeding titles, actually started on September 2, 1846 as the West Jersey Telegraph and General Advertiser. It published fifty-two issues from September 2, 1846 and ceased operations on August 25, 1847. It then became The West Jersey Telegraph and Cumberland and Cape May Advertiser. This paper began on September 1, 1847 and published only twenty-six issues, ceasing operations with its February 26, 1848 publication. The paper’s name changed again, now becoming The West Jersey Pioneer and Cumberland and Cape May Advertiser, which b ...
Whisenhunt / Records Family Book: Vol II Whisenhunt / Huckleberry Gary Whisenhunt
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Size: 7.44" x 9.68"
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Family history of the author whose parents came from Jefferson County, IL. This volume traces the Whisenhunt and Huckleberry ancestors back in time through Southern Illinois, back to early colonial days and even into the 1700s an earlier in southern Germany and Switzerland. Other surnames as they apply to the family tree include Boster, Smith, Hutchison, Vernon, and more. Interesting figures from the past include William Huckleberry, who killed two men, and Squire Whisenhunt, the earliest Whisenhunt (along with his possible brother Uriah) to come to Jefferson County, IL. Much information is presented about Squire Whisenhunt including his marriages, children out of wedlock, and a transcri ...
Whiskey Row: the Development of Coalinga's Front Street, the liveliest place on the West Side David Paul Davenport
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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ISBN: 9781645507758
Coalinga, California, began in 1889 as a supply center for a coal mine and became a boom town when oil was discovered nearby in 1896. Seemingly overnight the oil district attracted wildcatters who explored and proved the field making it by 1910 the largest producing oil field in California. As the supply center for this district Coalinga's population soared from a couple of hundred in 1900 to over 6,000 in 1910 making it the second largest city in Fresno County. | One consequence of this explosive growth was the desire of some residents to separate those who worked in the oil fields from their hard-earned money, so Coalinga attracted liquor dealers, gamblers, and fallen women. Those who ...

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