Working on a Book Shelf for this blog


I’ve been steadily adding a book shelf of key books in my research – I’m new at this so still learning the ropes – have made about 4 and for some reason I can’t get them to let me add on – As you go into the book shelf you will find the name of the book and where to find it online (some books takes you straight to the download of the book keep in mind some of these downloads are several MB and if on slow internet will take forever to download) I just received several books for some research I’m doing on the Long Island Native Americans (believe strong ties to Chagam lineage) I believe I’ve read so much that it caused me a headache so been taking a break for computer (except Facebook – love my Facebook) and researching – but love doing it and can’t stay away for too long~

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Tonia Allen Gould

Children's and Young Adult Author and Founder of the FInding Corte Magore Project

Jessica's Family Tree

This site is dedicated to the ancestors of the Johnson, Booker and Petruff families of Rhode Island, Connecticut and Pennsylvania and thier connecting lines of lineage.

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the spaces between

Mid-Michigan Genealogical Society

Serving the interests of genealogists since 1967

"Ever Widening Circle"

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