First Peoples in Genealogy Books

First Peoples appears in at least 75 genealogy books

Here are the top genealogy books for First Peoples

Muskegon city and county directory : directories of Muskegon Heights, North Muskegon, Montague and Whitehall, a buyers' guide and a complete classified business directory - 1921

History of Mississippi, the heart of the South, vol. 2

Friends intelligencer

A standard history of Kansas and Kansans

Abstract of title : [Lake County, Indiana]; Vol. 600

Baxter County history, Vol. 32

Rochester Theological Seminary general catalogue 1850 to 1920 : together with the historical discourse delivered as a part of the semi-centennial exercises, May the Ninth 1900, by President Augustus H. Strong

History of Fayette County : together with historic notes on the Northwest, and the State of Ohio, gleaned from early authors, old maps and manuscripts, private and official correspondence, and all other authentic sources

Abstract of title : [Lake County, Indiana]; Vol. 497

The encyclopedia of Texas

The history of Renville County, Minnesota Vol 2

Who's who in America - v. 8 (1914-1915)

History of Morrison and Todd counties, Minnesota, their people, industries and institutions : with biographical sketches of representative citizens and genealogical records of many of the old families, vol. 1

Abstract of title : [Lake County, Indiana]; Vol. 545

Cuyuna country : a peoples' history, Vol. 1

Niagara County, New York, one hundred of the most wonderful regions in the world : a concise record of her progress and people, 1821-1921, published during its centennial year; v. 02

The War of the Rebellion : a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies; ser. 01, v. 11, pt. 01

American women; the standard biographical dictionary of notable women

History of Providence County, Rhode Island

Review-atlas salutes [Vol. 5] : back in 1942 Ralph Eckley needed a job so he wrote a salute to towns of the area; much history is written in the articles; every effort has been made to copy the newspaper articles from the microfilm; some are more legible than others

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