New Genealogical Books in the Library

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New Genealogical Books in the Library

2017-07-27 15:35

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HSP's library has a vast selection of titles pertaining to genealogy and family history. Here's a list of some of the newest additions to the family. Click on the links for more information from our online catalog, Discover.


Languages of Community by Hillel J. Kieval

JGSP DS 135 .C95 K54 2000


The Jews of St. Petersburg by Mikhail Beizer

JGSP DS 135 .R93 L463 1989


Krosno z Okolicami

JGSP DK 4800 .K77 B37 1989


Terezinska Pametni Kniha

JGSP D 805.5 .T54 T47 1995


Jewish Life in Austria in the 15th Century by Shlomo Eiderberg

JGSP DS 135 .A9 E35 1962


Vienna and Its Jews by George E. Berkley

JGSP DS 135 .A92 V5214 1988


Liber A of the Collegiate Churches of New York

UNY BX 9531 .N5 C7413 2009


Pioneer Cemeteries of Pine and Richland Townships, Allegheny County, PA

F 159 .P468 P56 2003


Pioneer Cemeteries of Franklin Park Borough and Marshall Township, Allegheny County, PA

UPA/Al F 159 .F914 P56 2007


Western Massachusetts Families in 1790 v. 2 ed. by Helen Schatvet Ullmann

UMA F 63 .W47 2012 v.2


Polish Roots, 2nd edition by Rosemary A. Chorzempa

REF E 184 .P7 C5 2014


Getting Started in Jewish Genealogy, 2016-2017 edition  by Gary Mokotoff

REF CS21 .M65 2016


David Borland and Ann Todd

CS 71 .B7355 2016


Behind the Reserve by Stuart M. Quick

Fa 929.2 Q401q 2016


The Long Shadow by Ellen Walker Rienstra and Jo Ann Stiles

CS 71 .S795 2016


For Adam’s Sake by Allegra di Bonaventura

UNEng F 104 .N7 D5 2013


An Illustrated History of the Society of the Cincinnati

UNJ E 202.1 .N49 S74 2016


Virginia in the American Revolution

REF E 263 .V8 G85 2015


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