On the Bookshelf: Midwestern Roots

On the Bookshelf: Midwestern Roots

These books will help you Trace your ancestors in the Midwest.

?Chicago and Cook County Sources: A Guide to Research by Loretto Dennis Szucs (Ancestry)

?Genealogical Research in Ohio by Kip Sperry (Genealogical Publishing Co.)

?Genealogical Resources of the Minnesota Historical Society: A Guide by the Minnesota Historical Society Library & Archives Division (Minnesota Historical Society Press)

?Guide to Genealogical Research in St. Louis, 4th edition, by Edward E. Steele (St, Louis Genealogical Society)

?Indiana Place Names by Ronald L. Baker and Marvin Carmony (Indiana University Press)

?Iowa County Records Manual (State Historical Society of Iowa)

?Minnesota Genealogical Reference Guide, 6th edition, by Paula Stuart Warren (Warren Research & Publishing)

?Ohio Courthouse Records by Diane Van Skiver Gagel (Ohio Genealogical Society)

?Research in Indiana by John D. Beatty (National Genealogical Society)

?Research in Missouri by Pamela Boyer Porter and Ann Carter Fleming (National Genealogical Society)

?Searching for Your Ancestors in Wisconsin Libraries, 3rd edition, by Carol Ward Ryan (Wisconsin State Genealogical Society)

?A Summary Guide to Local Governmental Records in the Illinois Regional Archives (Illinois State Archives)

?They Chose Minnesota: A Survey of the State’s Ethnic Groups edited by June D. Holmquist (Minnesota Historical Society)

?Wisconsin Genealogical Research, 3rd edition, by Linda M. Herrick (Origins)
 

From the June 2003 Family Tree Magazine  

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