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Newsletter Subtitle: JP CRAZY CRATE 53 + YOGS CRAZY CRATE 89
Month Day Year June 14, 2010
Today we have a Crazy Crate from our associate, John Palmer. Since he did some things that were not books, we took the liberty of adding a few of the small number of books still from that first box to make this newsletter a little longer, so please read all the way to the end. Then order all items from both parts that you would want from me, Pat, at 1-800-419-0200. Thank you!
CRAZY CATE JP 53 + YOGS 89 BOOKS 1-3 - JUNE 14, 2010
Here are some of the shows at which John will be appearing with all of his items on display later this year.
German Interest Group
University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
August 6 - 7:
Midwestern Roots, 2010
Indianapolis Marriott East
Van Buren Regional Genealogical Society Seminar
Louisville Genealogical Society Conference
IllinoisState Genealogical Society Conference
Historic Pere Marquette Hotel
ElkhartCounty Genealogical Society Conference
Elkhart Historical SocietyMuseum
November 5 and 6:
Western Michigan Genealogical Society Seminar
(more information coming soon)
Well, we're cleaning out some of our non-book inventory that has been scattered here and there in out-of-the-way places. Nothing exciting, no gold mines of genealogical information, just trying to clean out the clutter. [PAT'S NOTE: One man's clutter could be another man's latest and best find!] However, If you're into the latest technology gadgets, these items may not be for you.
CRAZY CRATE JP 53 VIDEO ITEM NO 1; From Rivers to Trails to Roads to Canals to Trains: How Transportation Set Genealogical Patterns. Presented by Dr. George K. Schweitzer. Video. Knoxville, TN: Genealogical Sources. 2000. Video. 61 minutes. Donning the guise of a railroad engineer, Dr. Schweitzer discusses the importance of railroad and other forms of transportation, not as they aided in westward migration but, rather, how they enabled western pioneers to send their crops and products eastward. Thereby producing money that could be used to buy more land [MAYBE `160 ACRES] "out west" than they could afford where they now lived.[MAYBE ONLY 40 ACRES] He discusses the problems encountered with various forms of transportation and how each determined where and when pioneers were able to settle. This program was taped before a live audience. Price: $25.00
CRAZY CRATE JP 53 VIDEO ITEM NO. 2: Illinois Genealogy. Presented by Dr. George K. Schweitzer. Video. Knoxville, TN: Genealogical Sources. 2002. Video. 60 minutes. Dressed in buckskin shirt and pants, Dr. George Schweitzer provides us with an entertaining history of Illinois, beginning with French traders and continuing through the French and Indian War, American Revolutionary War, War of 1812, the Buildng of the Erie Canal and Completion of the National Road. He discusses how each event determined the settlement areas in Illinois. Information is given on where to find religious, county, state and national records, how to properly research for records, and reminds us of the importance of searching court records and dockets. This lecture was taped before a live audience. Price: $25.00
CRAZY CRATE JP 53 VIDEO ITEM NO. 3: The War of 1812. Presented by Dr. George K. Schweitzer. Video. Knoxville, TN: Genealogical Sources. 2001. Video. 62 minutes. Often overlooked in its importance, the War of 1812 was the war that allowed the future expansion westward of American settlers. Until this time, migration had been along a narrow corridor that included Tennessee, Kentucky, lower Indiana and lower Ohio. The successful Battle of the Thames (in Canada) and the Battle of the Horseshoe (in Arkansas) defeated the British and their Indian allies, opening up two thirds of the United States east of the Mississippi River. Dressed in the guise of a War of 1812 soldier, Dr. Schweitzer explains the war, its importance to us, and where to find state, national, Canadian and English records. He discusses militia records, bounty lands, the importance of searching the National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections, and ends with a powerful statement concerning war and peace. This video was taped before a live audience. Price: $25.00
CRAZY CRATE JP 53 ITEM NO. 4: Generations Archives by Heritage Quest: U. S. Federal Census Indexes: 1870 Indiana. Indiana 1870 Census Index. By Heritage Quest/Sierra-on-Line. 2001. This package has never been opened. This is an index to the heads of households for the state of Indiana. This census index encompasses the entire state of Indiana containing 477,213 entries. Information details Name, Age, Sex, Race, Birthplace, Locality and County, along with Film Number and Page Reference. In addition to the heads of household, indexed names include any person with a different surname than the head. Also included are all makes 50 years old or over and all females 70 years or over. Heritage Quest's precision extraction process ensures accuracy. Search any data field with the powerful, easy-to-read Generations Archives Viewer Software contained on this CD ROM. System Requirements: Windows 2000/ME/NT/95/98 * * Pentium 100 CPU or Greater * 16 MB RAM * 88 MB Hard Drive Space * 4X CD ROM PRICE: $50
CRAZY CRATE JP 53 ITEM NO.5. Generations Archives by Heritage Quest: U. S. Federal Census Indexes: 1910 Indiana Census Index. By Heritage Quest/Sierra -on-Line. 2001. This package has never been opened. This is an index to the heads of households for the state of Indiana. This census index encompasses the entire state of Indiana containing 904,594 entries. Information details Name, Age, Sex, Race, Birthplace, Locality and County, along with Film Number and Page Reference. In addition to heads of household, indexed names include any person with a different surname than the head. Also included are all males 50 years Heritage Quest's precision extraction process ensures accuracy. Search any data field with the powerful, easy-to-read Generations Archives Viewer Software contained on this CD ROM. System Requirements: Windows 2000/ME/NT/95/98 * *Pentium 100 CPU or Greater * 16 MB RAM * 88 MB Hard Drive Space * 4X CD ROM PRICE: $50
CRAZY CRATE JP 53 ITEM NO. 6: 1870 Census, La Porte County, Indiana. Microfilm roll series 593, Roll No. 334. This is an actual roll of microfilm containing ALL of the census information for La PorteCounty in 1870. This is a used roll and came from a library which was withdrawing some of its materials. PRICE: $5.00
CRAZY CRATE JP 53 ITEM NO. 7: 1870 Census, St. Joseph County, Indiana. Microfilm roll series 593, Roll 360. ALL of the census information for St. Joseph County, Indiana in 1870. This is a used roll and came from a library which was withdrawing some of its materials. PRICE: $5.00
CRAZY CRATE JP 53 ITEM NO. 8: 1850 Census, Cass, Chippewa, Clinton and Eaton Counties in Michigan; Microfilm roll series 432, Roll No. 349. This is an actual roll of microfilm containing ALL of the census information for these four counties in 1850. This is a used roll and came from a library which was withdrawing some of its materials. PRICE: $5.00
CRAZY CRATE JP 53 ITEM NO. 9: 1860 Census, Cass and Chippewa
Counties in Michigan; Microfilm roll series 653, Roll No. 0541. This is an actual roll of microfilm containing ALL of the census information for these two counties in 1860. This is a used roll and came from a library which was withdrawing some of its materials. PRICE: $5.00
CRAZY CRATE JP 53 ITEM NO. 10: 1870 Census, Cass County, Michigan; Microfilm roll series 593, Roll No. 0668. This is an actual roll of microfilm containing ALL of the census information for Cass County, Michigan in 1870. This is a used roll and came from a library which was withdrawing some of its materials. PRICE: $5.00
CRAZY CRATE 53 ITEM 11: 5 genealogical seminars on 25 cassette tapes. This listing contains 25 cassettes made for two conferences. They come in 2 matching vinyl cases specifically made for the cassettes. Both cases fit into a matching vinyl protective cover. The sessions were recorded by Triad. The first set of tapes covers various programs on genealogical research in the United States. The cassettes are: The Ways West. By Joseph Preston; The Librarian and the Genealogist. By Julie Reiner; Concordia Historical Institute: Lutheran Roots. By Rev. Kurt Boding; In and Out of Indiana. by Sandra H. Luebking; Traditions, Legends and Lore of Our Ancestors. By Dr. John L. Oldani; Eastern European Research. By Marvin Moehle; Oral History. By Marilyn H. Immel; Conferences, Courses and the Kiwanis Club - Sandra H. Luebking; They Left Their Mark on Southern Illinois. By Ketcherside and Folk; and North Carolina Research. By Barbara Lawrence. The second set of tapes cover programs given at the International Seminar on Jewish Genealogy, April 29 - May 13, 1984 in Jerusalem, Israel. In 1984 this international seminar brought together highly respected genealogists to discuss researching Jewish genealogy. Over 40 audio cassette tapes were made of the individual seminar sessions and offered for sale to the general public. This listing contains 25 of the cassettes made for the conference. The cassettes are: Basic Concepts of Genealogical Research (2 cassettes) By Rabbi Shmuel Gorr and Sallyann Amdur Sack; Unusual Approaches to Genealogical Problems. By Miriam Weiner, and Landsmanschaften Names and Research Strategies (Holocaust Research) By Randy Daitch; Cartographic Records and Problems in Genealogical Research. By Matt Darrish; Charting - Roundtable Discussion; Techniques for Oral History. By Naomi Levin Gershan; Genealogical Sources in Great Britain. By Dr. Anthony P. Joseph; German Sources by Jurgen Sielemann; Preparing and Publishing a Family History By Sallyann Amdur Sack; Establishing a Genealogical Society. By Naomi Levin Gershan; Biblical Genealogy. By Dr. Aaron Demsky; Genealogical Publications - Newsletters. By Anita Todres Pikus; Ethics in Genealogical Research. By Sallyann Amdur Sack; The Jewish National and University Library and the Central Zionist Archives; and The JerusalemMunicipality Historical Archives.
ALL 25 cassettes in cases. Cassettes are 50 to 65 minutes each. ALL for $75 INCLUDES CASES!
YOGS CRAZY CRATE 89: BOOK 1: THE ARK AND THE DOVE. By the Society of the Ark and the Dove. Edited by George Ely Russell & Donna Valley Russell. Published by Genealogical Publishing Company. ©2005, 284 pages, 6" by 9", hardback. A detailed Portrait of George Calvert, First Lord Baltimore, by Daniel Mytens, the elder begins the book. An interesting exterior drawing of the ship The Ark of Maryland, also known as the Ark of London comes from a painting by Peter Egli, now on display at the Historic St. Mary's City Visitors' Center. Also there is a two-page spread of the Ark of Maryland, painted by Peter Egli, also on display in the same place. This is a cutaway view and 47 items are identified and numbered to match their locations inside the ship which is also so numbered.
Part One covers Sir George Calvert's Family (10 pages and 90 descendants are listed with information, births, marriages, deaths, progeny when known.
Part Two covers biographical accounts of families, down to the fifth generation of the passengers known to have had families. In this group are: James Baldridge, Major Thomas Baldridge, Anam Benum, John Briscoe, William Brown, Leonard Calvert, Thomas Cornwallis, Ann Cox, William Edwin, Cuthbert, Fenwick, Captain Henry Fleete, Richard Gerard, Richard Gilbert, Thomas Greene, John Hallowes, Nicholas Harvey, Richard Lowe, John Neville, Richard Nevitt, John Price, Robert Smith, Ann Smithson, Robert Vaughn and Robert Wiseman.
Part Three covers what is known of other arrivals. This section contains biographies of the 1633-1634 passengers of the Ark and the Dove who are not yet known to have had descendants, but documentation for their being in the colony does exist. Further research needs to be done. The entire book has been indexed and this extract includes any surname with two (,) or more (#) first names: Abell 4, Adams, Adderton 4, Alder, Allen 12, Alvey 14, Anderson 9, Arundell 4, Asbeston 10, Ashcom/b 15, Ashford, Ashmore, Attaway, Aynesworth, Bail(e)y 3, Baker 6, Baldridge 10, Baldwin 7, Ball 3, [Lord] Baltimore (many), Barnecoe, Barnes 30, Bateman, Bayne/s 8, Baynham 5, Beacham 3, Beale, Beall 4, Bean(e)s 3, Beck 5, Beckwith 24, Bell 4, Benham, Benum 2, Berryman, Bevan 3, Biscoe 5, Blakiston, Blunt 7, Boarman 27, Bobo, Bond, Booth, Boswell, Bowling, Bradford 5, Bradley 3, Brainthwaite 4, Brawner, Brent 23, Brerewood 4, Briscoe 72, Brome 5, Brook(e/s) 52, Brown/e or Broune 22, Browning 3, B (i/u) rch 6, Burden 3, Burn/e 5, Burris, Burrough (e) s 3, Burton 3, Bushell 3, Bussey, Butler 14, Calvert 76, Carn(e/o)ll/ Carnock, Carradine, Carroll, Carter 9, Carvill 8, Chambers, Charleton, Chesson, Childs, Chilton 11, Christian 4, Christopher, Chunn 5, Claget 5, Clark/e 20, Clayland 5, Cleaver, Clement/s 28, Cole 8, Coleman, Collard, Collins, Combs 27, Comegys 8, Compton 22, Conn(e/o)r 3, Conway, Cook/e 4, Coomes, Cooper .9, Corbell 9, Cornwallis 5, Coursey 3, Courtney 3, Cox/e 30, Crewe, Croskery, Crupper, Culver, Currell 20, Custis, Dade, Dafft, Dant 5, Dare 4, Darnall 5, Darrell, Davidson, Davis 22, Davison, Dawkins 18, Dawson 3, Deacon, Deakins 6, Deatherage, De Courtney 3, De Hinojosa/De Heniosia, Demondidier, Denny 4, Dent 5, Digg (e) s 10, Dillon, Dockery, Dod/d, Douglas, Downes 5, Downie 3, Downing 3, Doyne 8, Dudley 5, Duke 12, Dulaney, Dunn, Dyer 8, Eaton 3, Edelen 14, Eden 6, Edmonds, Edwards 4, Edwin 11, Egerton 7, Elbert, Elder, Eliot, Elliot/t 8, Ellison 3, Eltonhead, Em(e/o)ry 39, Ennalls, Eskridge, Evans 4, Fairbrother, Fairfax, Fallin 12, Farr, Fenwick 73, Fleet/e 28, Floyd, Ford 16, Forrest, Foster, Foy, Fraz (i) er 5, Frisby, Gadd, Gale 5, Gant/t 3, Ganyott 5, Gardiner/Gardner 19, Garner, Garnett 3, Ger( r) ard15, Gibbons, Gilbert 6, Gill 3, Godman, Goldsmith 4, Goodrick, Gough 5, Graham 4, Graves 3, Gray 16, Greaves, Green/e 88, Greenfield 4, Greenwell/Greenall 37, Griffith 4, Gutteridge, G(uy/wy)ther 7, Hagan 15, Ha(i)les 4, Halfhead 5, Hall 11, Hallow(e)s/Hollis 4, Hamilton 5, Hammond, Handy, Hansby, Hanson 9, Harford 4, Harris 10, Harrison 4, Harvey 9, Hatton 15, Hawkins 10, Hawley 10, Haynes 3, Haynie, Heaberd, Head 12, Heard 9, Hebb 4, Hellen 7, Hemsley 3, Herbert 15, Heywood, Higgins 3, Hill 6, Hinton 12, Hobson 11, Hodges 23, Holland, Holmes, Hooper, Hope, Hopewell 4, Horner, Hoskins 7, Howard 12, Howe, Howson 5, Hoy/e 4, Hunton 2, Huet/t. Hussey, Hyde 12, Ingram 11, Jackson 6, James 9, Janssen 3, Jarboe 5, Jenkins 9, Jennings 3, Johnson 9, Johnston, Jones 20, Joseph/s, Joy 3, Joyce 2, Keen/e 4, Kemp 14, Kent, Key 3, Kierstead 3, King 16, Kirby 4, Kirk/e 5, Kirtl(e)y 4, Lambert 8, Lambeth 3, Lamkim, Lancaster 9, Langley 3, Langworth, Lanham 2, Lansdale, Lawyer, Ledford 4, Lee 7, Leigh 7, Lewis 5, Linds(a/e)y 3, Livers 3, Lloyd, Lockerman, Long 3, Low/e 10, Lucas 3, Luckett, Lusthead.
This is all of this index for this newsletter. I am keeping this book so I can finish this list in Friday's newsletter. Most of these are very early immigrants into Maryland in 1633-1634, but some of them will be descendants of the very early immigrants. I can get more of these from the publisher, so I will accept all the orders you might want to call in.
YOGS CRAZY CRATE 89 BOOK 2: BEST DEAL OF THIS NEWSLETTER! VIRGINIA GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH By Dr. George K. Schweitzer., PhD, ScD. NOTICE: These are the 1995 Edition with 216 pages in it. Since these bear a previous copyright date (1995) compared to the new one, they are going on sale this morning at 10 o'clock a.m. at HALF PRICE! For as long as this lstack of 8 copies lasts. 216 pages, 6 by 9 inches, nice plastic coated cover in creamy tan. These are never-before sold, unused books, put in this box and forgotten until now! So this is your chance to save! Best advice in the business now at an even lower price. PRICE: Just $6!
YOGS CRAZY CRATE 89: BOOK 3: [NEWEST ONE] ! VIRGINIA GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH By Dr. George K. Schweitzer., PhD, ScD. NOTICE: These are the CURRENT Edition with a few more pages in it. These are regularly priced at $12.
THANKS FOR READING OUR NEWSLETTERS! PAT FROM YOGS
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