Volume 1, # 1
Welcome to the first edition of the genealogy newsletter now being offered by the Huntsville – Madison County Public Library’s Heritage Room. Our kickoff today has been planned to coincide with our celebration of National Library Week (this week).
My name is Richard White (email: email@example.com) and I will be the Editor for this monthly e-newsletter. I am currently employed as the library’s Computer Genealogy Librarian and can be found in the Heritage Room located on third floor of the Main Library. I also offer, at present, a Genealogy Online Class once a month in the Gates Computer Lab, also on third floor.
This newsletter will be exploring the world of genealogy and all of its aspects. Here you will find facts and tips to assist you in your family research.
If you have any comments or suggestions for subjects you would like to see offered, please feel free to email me and let me know what your interests are in genealogy.
In this issue…
What’s New in the Heritage Room
Book Titles ~
500 Brickwall Solutions to Genealogy Problems by the Publishers of Family Chronicle Magazine (H 929.1072 Fiv)
Death Seemed to Stare: New Hampshire & Rhode Island Regiments at Valley Forge by Joseph Lee Boyle (H 973.34 Boy)
Fendall Hall – A True Story of Good Times and Bad Times on the
Chattahoochee River by Charles M. Crook (H 976.132 Cro)
Flint River Baptist Association Minutes, 1814 – 2004 (H 286.176 Fli)
History of Smith County, Mississippi (H 976.2582 Smi)
Louisiana’s German Coast – A History of St. Charles Parish by Henry E. Yoes, III
(H 976.333 Yoe)
Navarro County (TX) History by Wyvonne Putman (H 976.4282 Put)
Norwegian Connections from Arctic Fjord to American Prairie by Judy Jacobson (H 929.2 Jac)
Organizing Your Family History Search by Sharon D. Carmack
(H 929.1 Car)
Publications of the Arkansas Historical Association ~ 3 Vols.
(H 976.7 Ark)
The Great Migration – Immigrants to New England, 1634 – 1635 Vol. IV, I – L by Robert Charles Anderson (H 929.374 And)
The Pictorial History of Fayetteville and Lincoln County, Tennessee by Patricia A. Lindquist
(H 976.8624 Lin)
The World War One Source Book by Philip J. Haythornthwaite
(H 940.3 Hay)
Two Centuries in Elizabethtown and Hardin County, Kentucky by Daniel E. McClure, Jr.
(H 976.9845 Mac)
While Our Hearts Were Young (Vol. I) by Tommy Towery
(H 976.197 Tow)
SEE YOU IN THE HERITAGE ROOM!