Saturday, June 28, 2014

This Week in the Scholar

We are continuing to sort through our collection of Revolutionary War books and adding them to the Scholar!  Books, state regimental histories, muster rolls and other records, we have a little bit of everything! 

We are also happy to announce that all books and records in our Military section, save a few files giving us some trouble, are now available in our Page Viewer!  All these files are fully searchable and easy to navigate.  Next week the pdfs in the State and Local Histories section get the same treatment!

The Doolittle Funeral Home in Middletown Connecticut has generously offered to let up scan and add volumes of their burial returns from post 1950!  The first of these new volumes is already up!  An index is in the works and you can expect this volume and the others we upload to be searchable in the near future.

Funeral Home Records
Doolittle Funeral Home Funeral Home Burial Returns Dec. 1950 to Oct. 1952 

Revolutionary War
State Papers of New Hampshire Vol. 14: Rolls of Soldiers in the Revolutionary War*
Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War*
Pennsylvania Archives 2nd Series, Vol. 10: War of the Revolution Battalions and Line*
Pennsylvania Archives 5th Series, Vol. 4: Pension Applications*
Pennsylvania Archives 6th Series, Vol. 2: Muster Rolls Relating to the Associators and Militia of the County of Washington*

Civil War

The 2nd Regiment of Rhode Island*
The 5th Regiment of Rhode Island*
History of the 9th and 10th Regiments Rhode Island Volunteers*

 Vermont in the Civil War*
Wisconsin in the War of Rebellion*
The Military History of Wisconsin*

Spanish American War
Roster Roll of the 8th Army Corps

The American Historical Register of the Patriotic-Hereditary Societies of the United States*
The Lucky Bag: 1922, The Annual of the Regiment of Midshipmen United States Naval Academy*
NH, The Loyalist Refugees of New Hampshire*
NY, Our Veterans Brave and Noble


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