Sunday, September 21, 2014

This Week on the Scholar

We've added quite a variety of new works to the Scholar this week.  Genealogies, Biographies, State and Local Histories, Vital Records, Funeral and Cemetery Records, and even a new Directory: just about a little bit of everything!  Of particular note is a volume of internment records from Middletown Connecticut's Indian Hill Cemetery and 6 Volumes of the New Hampshire Genealogical Register.  Make sure to take a look when you get the chance!

Biographies
Memoir of Joseph Buckminster*
Memoir of William Burke*
James Fenimore Cooper: American Men of Letters*
John Fiske*
Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin*
Memorial Addresses of William Pierce Frye*
Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of R.C. Graffenreid*

Cemetery Records
Middletown, CT: Indian Hill Register of Internments
 
Church Records
Portland, CT: Minnesskrift utgifurn af Su. Luth. Zionsforsamlingen
 
Directories 
The Boston Directory: The City Record*

Funeral Home Records
Doolittle Funeral Home Burial Returns: Volume 66: July 1972 to June 1974

Genealogies
The Fields of Sowerby*
Genealogy and Descendants of Luke Fish*
Follet-Dewey, Fassett-Safford, Hopkins-Robinson-Fay Genealogy and History*
The New Hampshire Genealogical Record Volumes 1-6*
Chester Smith and Family*

State and Local Histories
Annals of Kansas*
Kansas City 1888-89*
Kansas the Interior and Exterior Life*
Kansas: The Prelude to the War for the Union*
The Massachusetts Magazine Volumes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10*

Vital Records
A Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston: Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths 1630-1699*
A Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston: Births 1700-1800*
A Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston: Direct Tax of 1798*
Registry Department of the City of Boston Records Relating to Births, Marriages, and Deaths of Dorchester 1826-49
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