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History of Washington County, NY: Old Families (Vol. 1)  Item #001

History of Washington County, NY: Old Families and Graves and Graveyards (Vol. 2) Item #002

History of Washington County, NY: Graves and Graveyards (Vol. 3)  Item #003

History of Washington County , NY: The History of Washington Academy and the Bench and Bar of Washington County (Vol. 4)   Item #004

Biographical Sketches Abstracted From Washington County, NY: Its History to the Close of the Nineteenth Century   Item #005

 

                                                            

The Asa Fitch Papers (Vol. 1)  Item #011

 

 

The Asa Fitch Papers (Vol. 2)  Item #012

Montgomery (Hampton Co.) Massachusetts families from the early times to about 1900. Item #015

Amherst, Massachusetts, its history and its people with manual of Second Congregational Church of Amherst.  Item #017

The Asa Fitch Papers (Vol. 3)  Item #013

Ancestors of my Daughters Item #014

First Church in Hadley, Confession of Faith and catalogue of Members April 1, 1832 & Historical Sketch of town of Hadley, Hampshire Co., MA 1887.  Item #016

Record of Mortality of the town of Watertown, Connecticut from Settlement to 1889.  Item #019

Linebrook Parish Church Records 1747-1819 Ipswich & Rowley Massachusetts.   Item #018

Manual of the Congregational church, Windham, Connecticut 1894-1915.  Item #020

Mortuary Records with Genealogical Notes of the Town of Spafford, Onondaga County, NY.  Item #021

History of First Congregational Church, Windsor, Vermont.   Item #022

The Story of Hartford: A History  Item #007

They Were Here Too (Vol. 1)   Item #008

They Were Here Too (Vol. 2)  Item #009

They Were Here Too (Vol. 3)  Item #010

The Salem book   Item #006