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Ethnic History and Genealogy in the Archives Library Information Center

These books are available in the Archives Library Information Center at the National Archives Building downtown and at College Park. We also have over 100 genealogical CD-ROMs available for use in the Library downtown. (See the Genealogical CD-ROMs web site.) If you have suggestions for books that we should add to this list, please e-mail us at alic@nara.gov.


Contents:




African
  1. African American genealogical sourcebook. New York: Gale Research, c1995. xix, 244 p.
    E 185.96 A444 1995
  2. African-American Family History Association. Slave bills of sale project. Atlanta, GA: African-American Family History Association, Inc., 1986. 2 v.
    E 445 G3 A5
  3. Barksdale-Hall, Roland C. The African American family’s guide to tracing our roots: healing, understanding & restoring our families. Phoenix: Amber Books, c2005. xxii, 236 p.
    E 185.86 B3725 2005
  4. Blockson, Charles L. Hippocrene guide to the underground railroad. New York: Hippocrene Books, c1994. 380 p.
    E 185.96 B57 1991
  5. Brown, Barbara W. Black roots in southeastern Connecticut, 1650-1900. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Co., c1980. xxvii, 722 p.
    E 185.93 C7 B7
  6. Burroughs, Tony. Black roots: a beginner’s guide to tracing the African American family tree. New York: Fireside Book, c2001. 464 p.
    E 185.96 B94 2001
  7. Gourdin, J. Raymond. 104th Infantry Regiment - USCT: colored Civil War soldiers from South Carolina. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997. xviii, 242 p.
    E 492.94 104th G68 1997
  8. Greene, Robert Ewell. Black courage, 1775-1783: documentation of black participation in the American Revolution. Washington: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1984. xi, 141 p.
    E 269 N3 G74 1984
  9. Ham, Debra Newman. List of free black heads of families in the first census of the United States, 1790. Washington: National Archives and Records Service, 1973. 73 p.
    E 185.96 N46 1973
  10. Lawson, Sandra M. Generations past: a selected list of sources for Afro-American genealogical research. Washington: Library of Congress: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 1988. 101 p.
    LC 1.12 2:Af 8/4
  11. Provine, Dorothy S. District of Columbia free Negro registers, 1821-1861. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1996. 2 v. (728 p.)
    F 205 N4 P76 1996
  12. Roberts, Kevin. African-Virginian extended kin: the prevalence of West African family forms among slaves in Virginia, 1740-1870. Blacksburg, VA: 1999. 95 p.
    E 184 A24 R6 1999
  13. Rogers, Helen Hoban. Freedom & slavery documents in the District of Columbia. Baltimore, MD: Published for the author by Gateway Press; Washington, DC, 2007. v. <1>
    E 185.93 D6 R64 2007
  14. Rose, James M. Black genesis: a resource book for African-American genealogy. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2003. xvi, 422 p.
    CS 21 R57 2003
  15. Sayre, Harold Ray. Warriors of color. Fort Davis, TX: H.R. Sayre, 1995. vi, 521 p.
    E 185.925 S29 1995
  16. Smith, Franklin Carter. A genealogist’s guide to discovering your African-American ancestors: how to find and record your unique heritage. Cincinnati: Betterway Books, c2003. 250 p.
    E 185.96 S6514 2003
  17. Streets, David H. Slave genealogy: a research guide with case studies. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1986. iv, 87 p.
    E 185.96 S817 1986
  18. Thackery, David T. Finding your African American ancestors: a beginner’s guide. Orem, UT: Ancestry, c2000. xii, 152 p.
    E 185.96 T425 2000
  19. Washington, Reginald. Black family research: records of post-Civil War federal agencies at the National Archives. Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 2003. 22 p.
    CD 3023 A35 no.108a
  20. Washington, Reginald. Black family research: records of post-Civil War federal agencies at the National Archives. Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 2006. 22 p.
    CD 3023 A35 no.108b
  21. Whiteman, Maxwell. Black genealogy: problems, sources, methodology. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1972. p. 311-319
    CS 16 W6
  22. Witcher, Curt Bryan. African American genealogy: a bibliography and guide to sources. Fort Wayne, IN: Round Tower Books, 2000. 217 p.
    E 185.96 W57 2000
  23. Woodtor, Dee. Finding a place called home: a guide to African-American genealogy and historical identity. New York: Random House, c1999. xi, 452 p.
    E 185.96 W69 1999
  24. Young, Tommie M. Afro-American genealogy sourcebook. New York: Garland Pub., 1987. ix, 199 p.
    E 185.96 Y67 1987

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Asian
  1. Asian American genealogical sourcebook. Detroit, MI: Gale Research, 1995. xix, 280 p.
    E 184 O6 A828 1995

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British (including Scottish & Welsh)
  1. Emigration from the United Kingdom to America: lists of passengers arriving at U.S. ports. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2006-. 2 v.
    E 184 B7 E45 2006
  2. Seventeenth century immigration to North America from Great Britain and Ireland. Salt Lake City, UT: Genealogical Dept. of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1976. 23 leaves.
    CS 49 S48 1976
  3. Using birth, marriage and death records. Richmond: Public Record Office, c2000. 64 p.
    HA 39 G7 U755 2000
  4. Baxter, Angus. In search of your British & Irish roots: a complete guide to tracing your English, Welsh, Scottish, and Irish ancestors. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1989. x, 310 p.
    CS 414 B38 1989
  5. Beech, Geraldine. Maps for family and local history: the records of the Tithe, Valuation Office, and National Farm Surveys. Toronto: Dundurn Group, c2004. xii, 116 p.
    CS 415 F66 2004
  6. Bevan, Amanda. Tracing your ancestors in the Public Record Office. Richmond, Surrey: Public Record Office, 2002. xviii, 524 p.
    CS 414 B48 2002
  7. Christian, Peter. The genealogist’s Internet. Kew: National Archives, 2003. xi, 292 p.
    CS 415 C497 2003
  8. Coldham, Peter Wilson. The Bristol registers of servants sent to foreign plantations, 1654-1686. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1988. vii, 491 p.
    CS 49 C62 1988
  9. Colwell, Stella. The Family Records Centre: a user’s guide. Richmond: Public Record Office, 2002. xiv, 176 p.
    CS 438 C6 2002
  10. Dobson, David. The original Scots colonists of early America, 1612-1783. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1989. xi, 370 p.
    E 49.2 S3 D63 1989
  11. FitzHugh, Terrick V. H. The dictionary of genealogy, 4th ed. London: A & C Black, 1994. 304 p.
    C S6 F58 1994
  12. Great Britain. Public Record Office. Family history induction at the Public Record Office. Kew: Public Record Office, 2003. 1 v.
    CS 415 G7 2003
  13. Hume, Robert. Early child immigrants to Virginia, 1618-1642, copied from the records of Bridewell Royal Hospital. Baltimore, MD: Magna Carta Book Co., 1986. x, 52 p.
    F 225 H86 1986
  14. Kaminkow, Jack. A list of emigrants from England to America, 1718-1759. Baltimore: Magna Charta Book Co., 1964. xxviii,288p.
    E 187.5 K31
  15. Kaminkow, Marion J. Original lists of emigrants in bondage from London to the American Colonies, 1719-1744. Baltimore: Magna Charta Book Co., 1967. xviii, 211 p.
    E 187.5 K3
  16. Lumas, Susan. Making use of the census. Kew, Richmond, Surrey: Public Record Office, 2002. vi, 122 p.
    CS 415 L86 2002
  17. Milner, Paul. A genealogist&s guide to discovering your English ancestors. Cincinnati, OH: Betterway Books, 2000. 184 p.
    CS 412 M55 2000
  18. Owen, Dolores B. Guide to genealogical resources in the British Isles. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1989. x, 399 p.
    Z 5305 G7 O94 1989
  19. Reid, Judith P. Genealogical research in England’s Public Record Office: a guide for North Americans. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., c2000. xiv, 167 p.
    CS 49 R45 2000
  20. Virden, Jenel. Good-bye, Piccadilly: British war brides in America. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c1996. xii, 177 p.
    D 810 W7 V57 1996

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Canadian
  1. French Canadian sources: a guide for genealogists. Orem, UT: Ancestry Pub., c2002. 329 p.
    CS 88 Q4 F74 2002
  2. Baxter, Angus. In search of your Canadian roots: tracing your family tree in Canada, 3rd ed. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2000. xxii, 376 p.
    CS 82 B388 2000
  3. Burgess, Michael. The state and province vital records guide. San Bernardino, CA: Borgo Press, c1993. 96 p.
    HA 38 B87 1993
  4. Boudreau, Dennis M. Beginning Franco-American genealogy. Pawtucket, RI: American-French Genealogical Society, 1993. iv, 75 p.
    CS 16 B6 1993
  5. Martell, J. S. Immigration to and emigration from Nova Scotia 1815-1838. Halifax, N.S., The Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1942. 112 p.
    JV 7290 N6 M3 1942
  6. Ptak, Diane Snyder. A compilation of American and Canadian passenger/emigration registers. Albany, NY: D.S. Ptak, c1993. 12, [4] leaves.
    CS 25 P77 1993

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Chinese
  1. Barrows, Charles Dana. The expulsion of the Chinese: what is a reasonable policy for the times. San Francisco: Samuel Carson & Co.; 1886. 19 p.
    E 184 C5 B2
  2. Coolidge, Mary Elizabeth Burroughs Roberts Smith. Chinese immigration. New York, H. Holt and Company, 1909. x, 531 p.
    JV 6874 C7
  3. Hsu, Madeline Yuan-yin. Dreaming of gold, dreaming of home: transnationalism and migration between the United States and South China, 1882-1943. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2000. xx, 271 p.
    E 184 O6 H78 2000
  4. Lee, Erika. At America’s gates: Chinese immigration during the exclusion era, 1882-1943. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, c2003. 331 p.
    E 184 C5 L523 2003
  5. McKenzie, Roderick Duncan. Oriental exclusion: the effect of American immigration laws, regulations, and judicial decisions upon the Chinese and Japanese on the American Pacific coast. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago press, 1928. 200 p.
    JV 6874 M3
  6. Ristaino, Marcia R. Port of last resort: the diaspora communities of Shanghai. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, c2001. xviii, 369 p.
    DS 796 S484 R57 2001
  7. Salyer, Lucy E. Laws harsh as tigers: Chinese immigrants and the shaping of modern immigration law. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, c1995. xix, 338 p.
    KF 4845 S25 1995
  8. Vickery, John N. The Chinese Exclusion Laws: a selective annotated bibliography of federal public documents. Chapel Hill, NC: [s.n.], 2005. 23 p.
    Z 7164 I3 V53 2005

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Dutch
  1. Doezema, Linda Pegman. Dutch Americans: a guide to information sources. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Co., c1979. xxv, 314 p.
    Z 1361 D8 D6
  2. Fiske, John. The Dutch and Quaker colonies in America. Boston, New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1899. 2 v.
    E 188 F5
  3. Swierenga, Robert P. Dutch immigrants in U.S. ship passenger manifests, 1820-1880: an alphabetical listing by household heads and independent persons. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1983. 2 v. (xliv, 1223 p.).
    E 184 D9 S9
  4. Swierenga, Robert P. Faith and family: Dutch immigration and settlement in the United States, 1820-1920. New York: Holmes & Meier, 2000. xx, 362 p.
    E 184 D9 S96 2000

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Finnish
  1. Finnish diaspora. Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Ontario, 1981. 2 v.
    DL 1022 F5
  2. Finns in North America: proceedings of Finn Forum III, 5-8 September 1984, Turku, Finland. Turku, Finland: Institute of Migration, 1988. xi, 528 p.
    E 184 F5 F55 1984
  3. Migration from the Russian Empire: lists of passengers arriving at the Port of New York. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1995-. v. 1-2.
    E 184 R9 M54 1995
  4. Bako, Elemer. Finland and the Finns: a selective bibliography. Washington: Library of Congress, 1993. xvi, 276 p.
    LC 43.9 F 49
  5. Jura, Art. Fenni: the Finns among us: a history of the Finns in New England and beyond. Rockport, ME: Picton Press, c2001. x, 260 p.
    F 15 F5 J87 2001

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French
  1. French Canadian sources: a guide for genealogists. Orem, UT: Ancestry Pub., c2002. 329 p.
    CS 88 Q4 F74 2002
  2. Boudreau, Dennis M. Beginning Franco-American genealogy. Pawtucket, RI: American-French Genealogical Society, 1993. iv, 75 p.
    CS 16 B6 1993

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German
  1. Ancestors in German archives: a guide to family history sources. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub., c2004. x, 1189 p.
    CS 614 A53 2004
  2. Checklist of the personal papers of officers of the German Army, Air Force, and "SS". Washington: The Branch, 1951. 31 leaves.
    Z 2240 C5 1951
  3. Emigration and settlement patterns of German communities in North America. Indianapolis, IN: Max Kade German-American Center, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis; Nashville, IN: Produced and distributed by NCSA LITERATUR, c1995. xxxii, 380 p.
    E 184 G3 E46 1995
  4. Germans to America: lists of passengers arriving at U.S. ports in the 1840s. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, c2002.
    E 184 G3 G39 2002
  5. Germans to America: lists of passengers arriving at U.S. ports, 1850-1855. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, c1988-c1989.
    E 184 G3 G38 1988
  6. Bailyn, Bernard. From Protestant peasants to Jewish intellectuals: the Germans in the peopling of America. Oxford; New York: Berg for the German Historical Institute, 1988. 26 p.
    E 184 G3 B25 1988
  7. Schenk, Trudy. The Wuerttemberg emigration index. Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry Inc., 1986-[1988] v. 1-2.
    CS 627 W86 S34 1986
  8. Smith, Clifford Neal. Encyclopedia of German-American genealogical research. New York: R. R. Bowker Co., 1976. xiii, 273 p.
    E 184 G3 S6
  9. Wolfert, Marion. German immigrants: lists of passengers bound from Bremen to New York, 1868-1871, with places of origin. Baltimore: Clearfield, 2006, c1993. xviii, 198 p.
    E 184 G3 W543 2006
  10. Zimmerman, Gary J. German immigrants: lists of passengers bound from Bremen to New York, 1847-1867, with places of origin. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1986-1988. 3 v.
    E 184 G3 Z5

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Irish
  1. The Famine immigrants: lists of Irish immigrants arriving at the port of New York, 1846-1851. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1983-1986. 7 v.
    CS 65 F3
  2. Irish passenger lists, 1847-1871: lists of passengers sailing from Londonderry to America on ships of the J. & J. Cooke Line and the McCorkell Line. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co, 1988. xvii, 333 p.
    E 184 I6 I69 1988
  3. Irish county maps showing the locations of churches in Munster Province. Salt Lake City, UT: Genealogical Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1977. 53 p.
    CS 497 M8 I74 1977
  4. Baxter, Angus. In search of your British & Irish roots: a complete guide to tracing your English, Welsh, Scottish, and Irish ancestors. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1989. x, 310 p.
    CS 414 B38 1989
  5. DeGrazia, Laura Murphy. Irish relatives and friends: from "Information Wanted" ads in the Irish-American, 1850-1871. Baltimore, MD.: Genealogical Pub. Co. Inc., c2001. 464 p.
    E 184 I6 D44 2001
  6. Dobson, David. Ships from Ireland to early America, 1623-1850. Vol. 1. Baltimore, MD: Printed for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Pub. Co., c1999. 153 p.
    E 49.2 I6 .D67 1999
  7. Dobson, David. Ships from Ireland to early America, 1623-1850. Vol. II. Baltimore, MD: Printed for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Pub. Co., c1999. 153 p.
    E 49.2 I6 .D67 2004
  8. Grenham, John. Tracing your Irish ancestors: the complete guide. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1999. xxii, 374 p.
    CS 483 G74 1999b
  9. Mitchell, Brian. Irish emigration lists, 1833-1839: lists of emigrants extracted from the Ordnance Survey memoirs for Counties Londonderry and Antrim. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1989. vii, 118 p., [2] p. of plates.
    CS 497 L66 M58 1989
  10. Northern Ireland. Public Record Office. Emigration lists 1833-4, Parish of Drumachose, Co. Londonderry: copied from Ordnance Survey Reports in Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, and transmitted by Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, June 1939. Belfast: The Office, 1939?. 5 leaves.
    CS 497 D78 N6 1939
  11. Northern Ireland. Public Record Office. Emigration lists of various County Londonderry parishes. Belfast: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 1939?. 5 leaves.
    CS 497 L66 N6 1939
  12. Northern Ireland. Public Record Office. Irish emigrants to Canada and United States of America: list giving names, ages, religions, Irish places of residence and American ports of destination of emigrants from the parish of Bovevagh, near Dungiven, County Londonderry, in the years 1833 and 1834. Belfast: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 1936. 3 leaves.
    CS 497 B68 N6 1936
  13. Northern Ireland. Public Record Office. List of emigrants mainly to Canada & United States of America from Parish of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, Ireland, 1883-4. Belfast: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 1939?. 8 leaves.
    CS 497 C65 N6 1939
  14. Northern Ireland. Public Record Office. List of persons who emigrated from the parish of Errigal, Co. Londonderry, during 1833-4: extracted from the Ordnance Survey documents in the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland 2nd August, 1939. Belfast: The Office, 1939. 2 leaves.
    CS 497 E77 N6 1939
  15. Northern Ireland. Public Record Office. List of persons who have emigrated from the parish of Deserthogill, 1833 (County Londonderry). Belfast: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 1939?. 4 leaves.
    CS 497 D47 N6 1939
  16. O’Connor, Thomas H. The Irish in New England. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1985. iv, 44 p.
    F 15 I6 O36x 1985
  17. O’Neill, Robert Keating. Irish libraries: archives, museums & genealogical centres. Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 2002. xxix, 445 p.
    Z 792.5 A1 O64 2002
  18. Quinn, Sean E. An introduction to Irish ancestry. Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland: Irish Genealogy Press, 2002. 76 p.
    CS 483 Q85 2002
  19. Roulston, William J. Researching Scots-Irish ancestors: the essential genealogical guide to early modern Ulster, 1600-1800. Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 2005. xiii, 262 p.
    CS 448 U45 R68 2005
  20. Ryan, James G. Irish records: sources for family and local history. Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry, c1997. 668 p.
    CS 483 R83 1997
  21. Wolf, Donna M. Irish immigrants in nineteenth century Ohio, naturalizations, selected years: Cuyahoga County, Franklin County, Knox County, Madison County, Marion County, Montgomery County, Pickaway County, Summit County, Union County. Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1999. iv, 166 p.
    F 500 I6 W655 1999

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Italian
  1. Italians to America: lists of passengers arriving at U.S. ports, 1880-1899. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1992-. v. 1-26.
    E 184 I8 I844 1992
  2. Colletta, John Philip. Finding Italian roots: the complete guide for Americans. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1993. 128 p.
    E 184 I8 C62 1993
  3. Guelfi Camajani, Guelfo. Genealogy in Italy. Firenze, Italia: Istituto genealogica italiano, 1979. 30 p.
    CS 753 G83 1979
  4. Nelson, Lynn. A genealogist’s guide to discovering your Italian ancestors: how to find and record your unique heritage. Cincinnati, OH: Betterway Books, c1997. 146 p.
    CS 753 N45 1997
  5. Roselli, Bruno. The Italians in colonial Florida; a repertory of Italian families settled in Florida under the Spanish (1513-1762, 1784-1821) and British (1762-1784) regimes; with a brief historical outline, and an appendix on the contemporary colonial press. Jacksonville, FL: The Drew Press, 1940. 56 p.
    CS 753 N45 1997

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Japanese
  1. Japanese American history: an A-to-Z reference from 1868 to the present. New York: Facts on File, c1993. xiii, 386 p.
    E 184 J3 J3355 1993
  2. Japanese Americans, from relocation to redress. Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press, c1986. xxi, 216 p.
    D 769.8 A6 J3
  3. Broom, Leonard. Removal and return; the socio-economic effects of the war on Japanese Americans. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1949. x, 259 p.
    H 31 C17 v.4
  4. Hosokawa, Bill. Nisei: the quiet Americans. New York: W. Morrow, 1969. xvii, 522 p.
    E 184 J3 H6 1969
  5. Ichihashi, Yamato. Japanese in the United States: a critical study of the problems of the Japanese immigrants and their children. Stanford University, CA: Stanford University Press; London: H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1932. x, 426 p.
    E 184 J3 I4
  6. McKenzie, Roderick Duncan. Oriental exclusion: the effect of American immigration laws, regulations, and judicial decisions upon the Chinese and Japanese on the American Pacific coast. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press, 1928. 200 p.
    JV 6874 M3
  7. Paul, Rodman W. The abrogation of the Gentlemen’s Agreement: being the Harvard Phi Beta Kappa prize essay for 1936. Cambridge, MA: The Society, 1936. xiii, 117 p.
    JV 6884 P3

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Jewish
  1. Avotaynu guide to Jewish genealogy. Bergenfield, NJ: Avotaynu, 2004. xv, 608 p.
    CS 21 A98 2004
  2. Index of Jewish names from the U.S. Department of State decimal file (RG59) series on protection of interests of U.S. citizens for Germany, Poland, and Romania, 1910-1929; Austria-Hungary 1910-1939; and Russia 1910-1929. Washington, DC: The Society, 1991. 4 microfiches.
    E 184 J5 I6 no.1
  3. Index to US State Department WW1 requests for assistance for people in Russia: index of Jewish names. Washington, DC: The Society, 1991. 2 microfiches.
    E 184 J5 I6 no.2
  4. Index, registration of U.S. citizens: Jerusalem, 1914-1918: U.S. Department of State consular post records. Washington, DC: The Society, 1991. 1 microfiche.
    E 184 J5 I6 no.3
  5. Jewish immigrants of the Nazi period in the USA. New York: K.G. Saur; Detroit, MI: Distributed by Gale Research Co., 1978-c1986. 6 v. in 8.
    E 184 J5 J558 1981
  6. The Jews of the West, the metropolitan years. Waltham, MA: Published by the American Jewish Historical Society for the Western Jewish History Center of the Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum, Berkeley, California, 1979. 157 p.
    F 596.3 J5 C6
  7. We are leaving Mother Russia: chapters in the Russian-Jewish experience. Cincinnati: American Jewish Archives, 1990. 74 p.
    E 184 J5 W4 1990
  8. Bailyn, Bernard. From Protestant peasants to Jewish intellectuals: the Germans in the peopling of America. Oxford; New York: Berg for the German Historical Institute, 1988. 26 p.
    E 184 G3 B25 1988
  9. Dubow, Sylvan Morris. Identifying the Jewish servicemen in the Civil War: a re-appraisal of Simon Wolf’s The American Jew as patriot, soldier and citizen. Waltham, MA: American Jewish Historical Society, 1970. p. 357-369
    E 184 J5 A5
  10. Hart, Anne. Where to find your Arab-American or Jewish genealogy records: also Mediterranean, Assyrian, Iranian, Greek & Armenian. New York: ASJA Press, c2005. vi, 236 p.
    CS 21 H37 2005
  11. Howe, Irving. World of our fathers. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, c1976. xx, 714 p.
    F 128.9 J5 H6
  12. Learsi, Rufus. The Jews in America: a history. New York: KTAV Pub. House, 1972. xiv, 422 p.
    E 184 J5 L4
  13. Marcus, Jacob Rader. Studies in American Jewish history; studies and addresses. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press, 1969. 255 p.
    E 184 J5 M2
  14. Markel, Howard. Quarantine!: East European Jewish immigrants and the New York City epidemics of 1892. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. xvi, 262 p.
    RA 667 N7 M37 1997
  15. Mokotoff, Gary. Getting started in Jewish genealogy. Bergenfield, NJ: Avotaynu, 1999. vi, 66 p.
    CS 21 M65 1999
  16. National Archives of Canada. Archival sources for the study of Canadian Jewry. Ottawa: The Archives, c1987. v, 96, 102, v p.
    Z 6611 J48 N38 1987
  17. Rezneck, Samuel. Unrecognized patriots: the Jews in the American Revolution. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1975. xiv, 299 p.
    E 269 J5 R4
  18. Ristaino, Marcia R. Port of last resort: the diaspora communities of Shanghai. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, c2001. xviii, 369 p.
    DS 796 S484 R57 2001
  19. Rosen, Robert N. The Jewish Confederates. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, c2000. xxiii, 517 p.
    F 220 J5 R67 2000
  20. Rottenberg, Dan. Finding our fathers: a guidebook to Jewish genealogy. New York: Random House, c1977. xiv, 401 p.
    CS 3010 R5
  21. Sack, Sallyann Amdur. The Russian consular records index and catalog. New York: Garland, 1987. xix, 897 p.
    CS 856 J4 S23 1987
  22. Stern, Malcolm H. First American Jewish families: 600 genealogies, 1654-1977. Cincinnati: American Jewish Archives, 1978. 419 p.
    CS 59 S7
  23. Stern, Malcolm H. Tracing your Jewish roots. Cincinnati: American Jewish Archives on the Cincinnati Campus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, c1977. 15 p.
    CS 21 S7
  24. United States. Work Projects Administration (Ga.). Jewish burial ground used about 100 years: a gift from Mordecai Sheftall by deed dated August 2, 1773. Georgia: [s.n.], 1936. 65 leaves.
    F 294 S2 U54

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Native American
  1. The American Indian experience: a profile, 1524 to the present. Arlington Heights, IL: Forum Press, c1988. xv, 320 p.
    E 77.2 A4
  2. Indians in American history: an introduction. Arlington Heights, IL: Harlan Davidson, c1988. xv, 315 p.
    E 76.8 I57 1988
  3. Lewis & Clark and the Indian country: the Native American perspective. Urbana: University of Illinois Press: Published for the Newberry Library, c2007. 366 p.
    F 592.7 L496 2007
  4. Armstrong, K. M. Chickasaw rolls: annuity rolls of 1857-1860 and the "1855" Chickasaw district roll of 1856. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1995. 1 v. (various paging).
    E 99 C55 A7 1995
  5. Bailey, Garrick Alan. A history of the Navajos: the reservation years. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press, c1986. xx, 360 p.
    E 99 N3 B3
  6. Bowen, Jeff. Eastern Cherokee census: Cherokee, North Carolina, 1915-1922. Baltimore, MD: Clearfield, c2004-2005. v. 1-3.
    E 99 C5 B7454 2004
  7. Brown, Stuart E. Pocahontas’ descendants: a revision, enlargement, and extension of the list as set out by Wyndham Robertson in his book Pocahontas and her descendants (1887). Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1997. vii, 189 p.
    CS 71 R747 1997
  8. Carpenter, Cecelia Svinth. How to research American Indian blood lines: a manual on Indian genealogical research. Bountiful, UT: Heritage Quest, 2000. xi, 101 p.
    E 98 G44 C37 2000
  9. Carson, James Taylor. Searching for the bright path: the Mississippi Choctaws from prehistory to removal. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, c1999. xiv, 183 p.
    E 99 C8 C33 1999
  10. Carter, Kent. The Dawes Commission and the allotment of the Five Civilized Tribes, 1893-1914. Orem, UT: Ancestry.com, c1999. ix, 284 p.
    E 78 I5 C37 1999
  11. Fromson, Brett Duval. Hitting the jackpot: the inside story of the richest Indian tribe in history. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, c2003. viii, 244 p.
    E 99 P53 F76 2003
  12. Gilman, Carolyn. The way to independence: memories of a Hidatsa Indian family, 1840-1920. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1987. xii, 371 p.
    E 99 H6 G5
  13. Grannum, Guy. Tracing your West Indian ancestors. Richmond: Public Record Office, 2002. xiv, 194 p.
    CS 432 W47 G7 2002
  14. Gutierrez, Ramon A. When Jesus came, the Corn Mothers went away: marriage, sexuality, and power in New Mexico, 1500-1846. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1991. xxxi, 424 p.
    CS 432 W47 G7 2002
  15. Hyer, Joel R. We are not savages: Native Americans in Southern California and the Pala Reservation, 1840-1920. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, c2001. v, 268 p.
    E 78 C15 H94 2001
  16. Jordan, Jerry Wright. Cherokee by blood: records of eastern Cherokee ancestry in the US Court of Claims, 1906-1910. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1987.
    E 99 C5 J67 1987
  17. Kirkham, E. Kay. Our native Americans and their records of genealogical value. Logan, UT: Everton Publishers, c1980-c1984. 2 v.
    Z 1209.2 N67 K57 1980
  18. Lennon, Rachal Mills. Tracing ancestors among the Five Civilized Tribes: southeastern Indians prior to removal. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002. 156 p.
    E 99 C5 L45 2002
  19. Merrell, James Hart. The Indians’ new world: Catawbas and their neighbors from European contact through the era of removal. Chapel Hill: Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., by the University of North Carolina Press, c1989. xv, 381 p.
    E 99 C24 I53 1989
  20. Page, Jo Ann Curls. Index to the Cherokee freedmen enrollment cards of the Dawes Commission, 1901-1906. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1996. vii, 207 p.
    E 185.96 P33 1996
  21. Perdue, Theda. Cherokee women: gender and culture change, 1700-1835. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, c1998. xi, 252 p.
    E 99 C5 P3934 1998
  22. Perdue, Theda. The Columbia guide to American Indians of the Southeast. New York: Columbia University Press, c2001. xv, 325 p.
    E 78 S65 P45 2001
  23. Porter, Kenneth Wiggins. The Black Seminoles: history of a freedom-seeking people. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, c1996. xi, 284 p.
    E 99 S28 P67 1996
  24. Prucha, Francis Paul. The great father: the United States government and the American Indians. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, c1984. 2 v.
    E 93 P9654
  25. Stoutenburgh, John. Dictionary of the American Indian. New York: Bonanza Books, 1990. 459 p.
    E 76.2 S76 1990
  26. Thornton, Russell. The urbanization of American Indians: a critical bibliography. Bloomington: Published for the Newberry Library [by] Indiana University Press, c1982. viii, 87 p.
    Z 1209 T4
  27. Waldman, Carl. Atlas of the North American Indian. New York, NY: Facts on File, c1985. 276 p.
    E 77 W195 1985
  28. White, Richard. The roots of dependency: subsistence, environment, and social change among the Choctaws, Pawnees, and Navajos. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, c1983. xix, 433 p.
    E 99 C8 W6
  29. Wilkinson, Charles F. Blood struggle: the rise of modern Indian nations. New York: Norton, c2005. xvi, 543 p.
    E 98 T77 W546 2005

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Norwegian
  1. How to trace your ancestors in Norway. Oslo: Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Office of Cultural Relations, 1959. 14 p.
    CS 912 N7
  2. Flom, George T. A history of Norwegian immigration to the United States: from the earliest beginning down to the year 1848. Baltimore, MD: Reprinted for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 2002. 387, [2] p.
    E 184 S2 F6 2002
  3. Gjerde, Jon. From peasants to farmers: the migration from Balestrand, Norway to the upper Middle West. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985. xiv, 319 p.
    F 358.2 S2 G54 1985

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Polish
  1. Migration from the Russian Empire: lists of passengers arriving at the Port of New York. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1995-. 6 v.
    E 184 R9 M54 1995
  2. Chorzempa, Rosemary A. Polish roots: Korzenie polskie. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub., 1993. xxii, 240 p.
    E 184 P7 C5 1993
  3. Daniels, Roger. Guarding the golden door: American immigration policy and immigrants since 1882. New York: Hill and Wang, c2004. xii, 328 p.
    JV 6483 D354 2004
  4. Dworaczyk, Edward J. The first Polish colonies of America in Texas: containing also the general history of the Polish people in Texas. San Antonio, TX: s.n., 1979. xix, 201 p.
    F 395 P7 D9 1936a

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Quaker
  1. Berry, Ellen T. Our Quaker ancestors: finding them in Quaker records. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1987. 136 p.
    E 184 F89 B47 2002
  2. Fisher, Sydney George. The Quaker colonies: a chronicle of the proprietors of the Delaware. New Haven: Yale University Press, c1919. 244 p.
    E 173 C47 v.8
  3. Fiske, John. The Dutch and Quaker colonies in America. Boston, New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1899. 2 v.
    E 188 F5

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Russian
  1. Migration from the Russian Empire: lists of passengers arriving at the Port of New York. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1995-. 6 v.
    E 184 R9 M54 1995
  2. North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies. Researching the Germans from Russia: annotated bibliography of the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection at the North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, North Dakota State University Library, with a listing of the library materials at the Germans from Russia Heritage Society. Fargo, ND: The Institute, 1987. xxii, 224 p.
    E 184 R85 N6 1987
  3. Sack, Sallyann Amdur. The Russian consular records index and catalog. New York: Garland, 1987. xix, 897 p.
    CS 856 J4 S23 1987

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Spanish/Hispanic
  1. A guide to documenting Latino/Hispanic history & culture in New York State. Albany, NY: State Archives, State Education Department, 2002. 36 p.
    CD 3401 G85 2002
  2. Hispanic American genealogical sourcebook. New York: Gale Research, c1995. xix, 224 p.
    E 184 S75 H563 1995
  3. Who’s who among Hispanic Americans. Detroit, MI: Gale Research, c1991-c1994. 3 v.
    E 184 S75 W53
  4. Gann, Lewis H. The Hispanics in the United States: a history. Boulder: Westview Press; Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, 1986. xv, 392 p.
    E 184 S75 G3
  5. Hough, Granville W. Spain’s California patriots in its 1779-1783 war with England during the American Revolution. Midway City, CA: Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research, c1998-c1999. 2 v.
    F 870 S75 H68 1998b
  6. Platt, Lyman De. Census records for Latin America and the Hispanic United States. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1998. 198 p.
    Z 5313 L37 P56 1998
  7. Ryskamp, George R. Finding your Hispanic roots. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1997. xv, 290 p.
    CS 943 R97 1997
  8. Ryskamp, George R. Tracing your hispanic heritage. Riverside, CA: Hispanic Family History Research, 1984. xx, 954 p.
    CS 16 R97

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Swedish
  1. 24 famous Swedish Americans and their ancestors: a collection of ancestor tables. Stockholm, Sweden: Sveriges slaktforskarforbund, 1996. 284 p.
    CT 173 A12 1996
  2. Guide to Swedish-American archival and manuscript sources in the United States. Chicago, IL: Swedish-American Historical Society, c1983. xxx, 600 p.
    CD 3029 S23 G8
  3. Blanck, Dag. Becoming Swedish-American: the construction of an ethnic identity in the Augustana Synod, 1860-1917. Uppsala: Ubsaliensis S. Academiae: Distributed by Uppsala University Library, 1997. 240 p.
    E 184 S23 B54 1997
  4. Clemensson, Per. Your Swedish roots: a step by step handbook. Provo, UT: Ancestry, 2004. 222 p.
    CS 922 C57 2004
  5. Erickson, James E. Tracing your Swedish ancestry. New York: Swedish Information Service, c2000. 40 p.
    CS 922 E75 2000
  6. Olsson, Nils William. Swedish passenger arrivals in U.S. ports 1820-1850 (except New York): with additions and corrections to Swedish passenger arrivals in New York 1820-1850. Saint Paul, MN: North Central Pub. Co., 1979. xi, 139 p.
    E 184 S2 O41
  7. Olsson, Nils William. Tracing your Swedish ancestry. New York: Swedish Information Service, 2000. 40 p.
    CS 922 O47 E74 2000
  8. Saarinen, Jouni. Roots in Sweden: the genealogist’s guide to the Swedish archives. Stockholm: Riksarkivet, 1997. 47 p.
    CD 1831 S23 1997

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General Ethnic Genealogical Resources
  1. Ethnic genealogy: a research guide. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1983. xxxix, 440 p.
    CS 49 E8
  2. Generations and change: genealogical perspectives in social history. Macon, GA: Mercer, c1986. xv, 332 p.
    D 16 G4
  3. My history is America’s history: 15 things you can do to save America’s stories. Washington, DC: National Endowment for the Humanities, 1999. 97 p.
    E 180.5 M9 1999
  4. Carmack, Sharon DeBartolo. A genealogist’s guide to discovering your immigrant & ethnic ancestors: how to find and record your unique heritage. Cincinnati, OH: Betterway Books, 2000. 260 p.
    CS 49 C384 2000
  5. Filby, P. William. Passenger and immigration lists index: a guide to published arrival records of passengers who came to the United States and Canada in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. Detroit, Mich. : Gale Research Co., c1981-.
    CS 68 F5
  6. Mills, Elizabeth S. Evidence!: citation & analysis for the family historian. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1997. 124 p.
    CS 16 M63 1997
  7. Neagles, James C. Locating your immigrant ancestor: a guide to naturalization records. Logan, UT: Everton Publishers, 1986. xi, 153 p.
    CS 68 N32 1986
  8. Newman, John J. American naturalization records, 1790-1990: what they are and how to use them. Bountiful, UT: Heritage Quest, c1998. viii, 127 p.
    CS 47 N49 1998
  9. Rose, Christine. Genealogical proof standard: building a solid case. San Jose, CA: Rose Family Association, c2001. 19 p.
    CS 16 R6 2001
  10. Schaefer, Christina K. Guide to naturalization records of the United States. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1997. xii, 394 p.
    CS 49 S28 1997
  11. Szucs, Loretto Dennis. They became Americans: finding naturalization records and ethnic origins. Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry, c1998. viii, 294 p.
    CS 47 S96 1998
  12. Tarte, Robert J. We, the American foreign born: our genealogical heritage. Ashland, MA: Frank Genealogical Forms, 1976. 52 p.
    CS 16 T2

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