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A guide to Massachusetts cemeteries by Lambert, David Allen, author. A guide to Massachusetts cemeteries

Includes town by town listing of all known cemeteries and burial grounds in the state, year of town incorporation, year of consecration of the cemetery or oldest known gravestone or burial. address or location of cemetery as well as contact information and key sources that mention the cemetery.

Jun 20, 2019
Connecticut historical collections by Barber, John Warner, 1798-1885, author. Connecticut historical collections

"American engraver and historian John Warner Barber (1798-1885) was well known for his books on local, state, and national history. This work, first published in 1857, opens with an outline history of Connecticut and includes several interesting lists (New Haven planters in 1643 and all 127 persons holding land in Hartford in 1639, for example), as well as statistical tables from the 1840 and 1850 census. The content is then arranged by county in the order in which they were created: Hartford; N

Jun 20, 2019
Doing bad at doing good- nonprofit secrets buried in the 990 by Tompkins, Ronald Doing bad at doing good- nonprofit secrets buried in the 990

Jul 10, 2019
Elements of genealogical analysis- how to maximize your research using the Great Migration Study Project method. by Anderson, Robert Charles, 1944- Elements of genealogical analysis- how to maximize your research using the Great Migration Study Project method.

"This handbook presents a step-by-step process for solving genealogical problems -- a methodology thirty years in the making. Developed by Anderson and perfected through his work on the Great Migration Study Project, this systematic approach considers each source, each record, and each possible linkage before making a genealogical conclusion...Examples of actual research problems and continuing case studies, accompanied by easy-to-follow diagrams, walk you through the steps of effective genealog

Jun 20, 2019
EVENT technique- the business side of nonprofit events by Kummer, Jill EVENT technique- the business side of nonprofit events

Jul 10, 2019
Eventology- the science behind nonprofit fundraising by Diess, Darren Eventology- the science behind nonprofit fundraising

Jul 10, 2019
French-Canadian roots - researching your French Canadian family tree and genealogy by Compagna, Lawrence, author. French-Canadian roots - researching your French Canadian family tree and genealogy

Amazon.com.

Jun 20, 2019
Fundraiser's guide to irresistible communications by Brooks, Jeff Fundraiser's guide to irresistible communications

Jul 10, 2019
Know more nonprofits- moving from dependency to sustainability by Jenkins, L. Brian Know more nonprofits- moving from dependency to sustainability

Jul 10, 2019
Nonprofit law- a practical guide to legal issues for the nonprofit organization by Boyd, William L. Nonprofit law- a practical guide to legal issues for the nonprofit organization

Jul 10, 2019
One page business plan- the fastest, easiest way to write a business plan by Horan, Jim One page business plan- the fastest, easiest way to write a business plan

Jul 10, 2019
Pioneers of Steuben County, New York - migrations from New England, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey,1722-1790 by Henry, Marian S., author. Pioneers of Steuben County, New York - migrations from New England, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey,1722-1790

"This book paints a picture of the early settlers of the Genesee Country who were among the first wave of migrants moving westward after the Revolutionary War. Author Marian Henry begins with families enumerated in the 1790 Federal Census and links these first settlers of present-day Steuben County to their eastern origins -- usually New England, Pennsylvania, or New Jersey. The sketches cover the Erwin family, who originated in Ireland and settled in what was then Ontario County; the Lindsley f

Jun 20, 2019
Puritan pedigrees - the deep roots of the great migration to New England by Anderson, Robert Charles, 1944- author. Puritan pedigrees - the deep roots of the great migration to New England

"Robert Charles Anderson, FASG, now gives us a new study of the deep roots of the 1630s migrants in their "godly" (Puritan) communities of England. Stretching well back into the 16th century, in Puritan Pedigrees Anderson explores the connections among these first migrants that were genealogical, social, intellectual, and most of all, fundamentally religious. This is the book that will give readers a better understanding of the conditions that led to the voyage of the Mayflower and its landing i

Jun 20, 2019
Social media marketing 2019- gain customers through Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter by Russell, Daniel Social media marketing 2019- gain customers through Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter

Jul 10, 2019
Storytelling- the secret sauce of fundraising success by Ierardi, Lynn Malzone Storytelling- the secret sauce of fundraising success

Jul 10, 2019
The covered bridges of Monroe County by Boshears, Jeremy, author. The covered bridges of Monroe County

Amazon.com.

Jul 11, 2019
The history and antiquities of every town in the state of New York by Barber, John Warner, 1798-1885, author. The history and antiquities of every town in the state of New York

"Barber and Howe's collaboration, originally published in 1841, opens with a general history of the state, followed by the details of each town, arranged alphabetically by county, then town, then city or village. Entries contain geographical and architectural descriptions, original Native American place names, political and religious history, population statistics, and interesting anecdotes about the activities of certain residents. Generously illustrated with Barber's fine engravings and often

Jun 20, 2019