I have put a free viewing for my research book online for everyone: James Chagum – Chief of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village, is now able to be viewed on any computer, cell or tablet~
This research book is 25+ years in the making and I am SUPER excited & proud of this final edition~
Thru the years I have printed out these research books, to fix and correct the errors and it has led to making of this! I was seeing the story unfold as I hunted down our ancestors… page by page, person to person… I was uncovering a beautiful story… what was believed to be a myth… was real and I was a descendant of that story…. the Barkhamsted Light House People~
This research book is dedicated to my Father…. May he rest in peace knowing… “I found our Native American Roots” and I know in my heart I will continue doing genealogy til MY dying days…
Due to this being 598 pages and VERY extensive, I am SELF publishing this: For a printed version it will be $150.00 (Sponsorship – which includes a stylus pen/personal lineage IF a descendant & I will sign the book, along with a surprise 🙂 ) I am also putting out a digital version which will be $50.00 (best to just click this link – it is free to view online for anyone! It can’t be downloaded, edited or printed thou… printing will only be done by me~) All money received will go to help me do more research and take needed trips.
Please let me know what you think of this research book… This is actually the 1st one I feel is publishing quality.
This Research Book can also be found on tab above: Coni’s Research Books
In that tab look for:
Barkhamsted Lighthouse – Barkhamsted CT
NEW!! James Chagum – Chief of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village by Coni Dubois – Updated 8/1/17
Note: Printed version of this research book comes in 2 parts – DUE to so many pages had to put it into 2 parts, which I find is great because it gives me a reference book in my hands while looking at the main research book.
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