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Vanished Indianapolis

The People of the Grampian Highlands, 1600-1699

The Grampian Highlands lie in north-east Scotland, from Aberdeenshire to eastern Perthshire. In the 17th century the region was controlled by clans loyal to the Stuart kings.

Lost Evansville

Irish Emigrants in North America- Consolidated Edition. Parts One to Ten

This consolidated edition brings together all ten Parts of David Dobson's series, Irish Emigrants in North America. Data covers the 17th through the mid-19th centuries. One comprehensive index to all ten Parts.

Indiana legal research

"Indiana Legal Research is a practical, process-oriented guide to the skills and resources necessary to research Indiana law. The book is designed for teaching first-year students, either as a stand-alone text or in conjunction with a research text focusing on federal law. The book is also suitable for use in advanced legal research courses. Others who will find the book useful include practitioners, paralegals, college students, laypersons, and anyone needing a concise handbook on how to find a

The Indiana Flag- Who Really Designed It?

The Indiana Flag: Who Really Designed It? chronicles the DAR's four-year campaign to adopt a unique Indiana state flag, and reveals the untold story of an 1885 state flag created for the dedication of the Washington Monument.

A guide to Norwegian genealogy, emigration, and transmigration

"The first part of the book "A Guide to Norwegian Genealogy, Emigration, and Transmigration" gives an overall view on the Norwegian emigration history, before taking you to Great Britain, which was one of several routes for transmigration. Further on, you will get an insight on what happened when Norwegian emigrants arrived in North America. The second part is about sources in the United States and Canada. What information can you find in these sources that show the way back to Norway? The book

Genealogical Research in Ohio. Third Edition

Completely revised and updated third edition examines holdings of the major Ohio archives, libraries, and other genealogy repositories and research resources. Includes website addresses, maps, bibliography, and index.

Electric Indiana - the rise and fall of the world's greatest interurban railway center, 1893-1941

"In the early twentieth century, an epic battle was waged across America between the interurban railway and the automobile, two technologies that arose at roughly the same time in the late 1890s. Nowhere was this conflict more evident than in the Midwest,and specifically Indiana, where cities of industry such as Indianapolis, Gary, and Terre Haute were growing faster every day. By 1904, Indianapolis had opened the Traction Terminal, which was widely acclaimed to be the largest and most impressiv

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Date added:
Oct 17, 2023
Black's law dictionary

For more than a century, Black's Law Dictionary has been the gold standard for the language of law. This edition contains more than 50,000 terms, including more than 7,500 terms new to this edition. It also features expanded bibliographic coverage, definitions of more than 1,000 law-related abbreviations and acronyms, and reviewed and edited Latin maxims.