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New Genealogy Books Added to the Collection

2017-06-01 15:12


It's time for a new list of additions to the library, and this week, they're all about genealogy and family history. See something of interest? Just click on the links for more information from our online catalog Discover.

Central North Carolina Collection compiled by James Vann Comer

UNC F 262 .M7 C64 2015

The Jewish Exhibit

JGSP DS 113 .M278 1933

Jewish Farming Communities of Northeastern New York

JGSP F 130 .J5 J481 1998

The City in Late Imperial Russia edited by Michael F. Hamm

JGSP HT 145 .S58 C57 1986

A History of Jewish Crafts and Guilds by Mark Wischnitzer

JGSP HD 2341 .W5 1965

From Generation to Generation by David S. Malka

JGSP BM 755 .M268 M264 1999

Entrepreneurship in Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union edited by Gretory Guroff and Fred V. Carstensen

JGSP HD 70 .S63 E43 1983

A Guide to Jewish Genealogical Research in Israel by Sallyann Amdur Sack

JGSP Z 6374 .B5 S23 1987

Black Sheep & Kissing Cousins by Elizabeth Stone

JGSP HQ 503 .S76 1988

Heroes, Antiheroes and the Holocaust by David Morrison

JGSP D 804.3 .M67 1999

Otto Muneles Bibliographical Survey of Jewish Prague

JGSP Z 926 .M8 1952

A Voice from the Forest by Nahum Kohn & Howard Roiter

JGSP D 804.3 .K64 1980

The Jews of Vienna and the First World War by David Rechter

JGSP DS 135 .A92 V554 2001

Prisoner 83571 by Samuel Don

JGSP D 804.3 .D66 1991

Auto Atlas CSSR

JGSP G 6510 .G46 1971

The Boys by Martin Gilbert

JGSP D 804.48 .G55 1997

My Romanian Ancestor Quest by Gertrude Singer Ogushwitz

JGSP Z 5305 .R6 O4 1987

Discovering Your Heritage by Alice Eichholz

JGSP  CS 47 .E42 1987

21st International Conference on Jewish Genealogy

JGSP CS 21 .R4 2001

The Old Town and the Royal Castle in Warsaw

JGSP DK 4637 .S7 S7313 1988

The March of Man

JGSP D 11 .M25 1935a


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