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New Genealogy Books
Three new genealogy books have recently been added to the Library's collection. These are:
The Genealogist's U.S. History Pocket Reference; Quick Facts & Timelines of American History to Help Understand Your Ancestors by Nancy Hendrickson.
This small book contains territorial growth maps, lists of important dates within a time frame, information on what is included in a particular census and much more. It helps to place ancestors within the context of what was happening in America during a particular time in their lives.
Find this book on the Upper Level in the Genealogy Collection under the call number 929 H.