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Selected Recent Arrivals in Genealogy and Local History

Jackson, Lawrence P.
My Father’s Name: A Black Virginia Family After the Civil War.
Chicago: University of Chicago, 2012.
Call No. F235 .N4 J33 2012
Intimate study of a black Virginia family during and immediately following the Civil War.

Maxwell, Ian.
Your Irish Ancestors: a Guide for Family Historians.
Barnsley, UK: Pen & Sword, 2008.
Call No. Ref CS483. M259 2008
Readable social history and records guide for the Irish family historian.

Miner, Craig.
Kansas: the History of the Sunflower State, 1854-2000.
Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 2002.
Call No. F681 .M54 2002
Well-researched, comprehensive history of Kansas by renowned local historian.

Oates, Jonathan.
Tracing Your Ancestors from 1066 to 1837.
Barnsley, UK: Pen & Sword, 2012.
Call No. Local History Ref CS415 .O28 2012
Definitive guide to UK records kept in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods.

Rutkoff, Peter M. and William B. Scott.
Fly Away: the Great African American Cultural Migrations.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 2010.
Call No. E185.6 .R87 2010
Exploration of causes of the Great Migration and ensuing transformation of national culture.

Watson, Alan D.
Tyrrell County: A Brief History.
Raleigh, NC: Office of Archives and History, 2010.
Call No. F262 .T9 W38 2010
Three centuries of history of one of the oldest counties in North Carolina.


Does the library offer "Proquest Historical Newspapers Chicago" on the internet? Thank You Roger
The Newberry does have a subscription to the "ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Chicago Tribune (1849-1989)," however our licensing agreement does not allow us to make it accessible outside of the library. We can do limited searching upon request - just submit a note on the Contact a Librarian page with all the pertinent information.

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