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posted Sep 15, 2011, 4:17 PM by Pam Ellingson   [ updated Sep 17, 2011, 2:49 PM ]
GOOD WIVES, Image and Reality in the Lives of Women in Northern New England 1650 - 1750; by Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher

THROUGH TWO HUNDRED YEARS, Pictorial Highlights of Harrodsburg & Mercer County, Kentucky; compiled by Chinn, George M.; Researched and edited by REbecca Wilson Conover

BANTA PIONEERS and Records of the Wives and Allied Families, by Banta, Elsa M.

THE BANTAS of PLEASANT HILL, KENTUCKY by Joan England Murray

HISTORY OF THE LOW DUTCH by Vincent Akers

FOLLOWING A KENTUCKY TRACE, by Carol Gibson Flaherty

FINDING OUR WOODEN SHOES, by James "Jim" Cozine

THE DORLAND ENIGMA SOLVED, Dorland genealogy, by Barbara a. Barth

ZION ON THE HUDSON, Dutch New York and New Jersey in the Age of Revivals, by Firth Haring Fabend

LAND SO FAIR, by Firth Haring Fabend

A DUTCH FAMILY IN THE MIDDLE COLONIES 1660-1800 by Firth Haring Fabend

GERRIT by Harry Roegner, story of the VAN DUYN families 1649-1700 

VORIES & MONTFORT families by William L. Vories 

OUR LOW DUTCH HERITAGE by Larry Voreis

THE HOPEWELL JOURNEY (from Old Mud in Kentucky to Hopewell in Indiana) by Kathleen Van Nuys

DIEDRICH KNICKERBOCKER'S HISTORY OF NEW YORK by Washington Irving

HISTORY OF MERCER & BOYLE COUNTIES by Maria T. Davies

RELIGION ON THE AMERICAN FRONTIER, Vol II The Presbyterians 1783-1840, by William Warren Sweet, pub 1936 with Minutes of the Synod of Kentucky and Dutch New York - and autobiograph of Peter VanArsdale, son of Simon VanArsdale and Ellen (aeltje) Cozine

HISTORICAL ATLAS OF NEW YORK CITY by Eric Homberger

DUTCH NEW YORK - the Roots of Hudson Valley Culture; edited by Roger Panetta foreword by Russell Shorto

EXPLORING DUTCH NEW YORK, edited by Gajus Scheltema & Heleen Westerhuijs,intro by Russell Shorto

DUTCH HOUSES IN THE HUDSON VALLEY before 1776, by Helen Wilkinson Reynolds

PRE-REVOLUTIONARY DUTCH HOUSES AND FAMILIES in Northern New Jersey & Southern New York, by Rosalie Fellows Bailey

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