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July 10, 2000

CENSUS IMAGES ONLINE IN THE USGENWEB ARCHIVES:Table of Contents

NEW ADDITIONS:

LOUISIANA

  • 1830 Concordia Parish
  • 1840 Concordia Parish
  • 1850 Concordia Parish

    TENNESSEE

  • 1880 Johnson County
  • 1900 Johnson County

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    Census Additions/Updates

    MARYLAND Cecil County

  • Biddles at Bethel Cemetery
  • St. Rose of Lima Cemetery, Chesapeake City.
  • Misc. articles from the Cecil Whig newspaper, 1889.

    MASSACHUSETTS
    Annotated Every Name Index to "A sketch of the history of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury, from 1635 to 1845", by Joshua Coffin (1845).

  • Names: Abraham, Mr. - Dole, Patience
  • Names: Dole, R. - Long, Alice
  • (work in progress)

    NEW HAMPSHIRE
    Cheshire County
    Entries from Child's 1884 Directory of Cheshire County

  • Chesterfield Listings
  • Dublin Listings

    WISCONSIN
    Barron County
    Barron History added to archives ...at least most of it, but there's more to come! We've had a busy week with lots of info coming in from Linda Mott, who's really excited about getting this info online. This is what she has sent so far:

  • Preface of the "Souvenir Historical Album"
  • "The Red Men" of Barron
  • "In the Beginning" of Barron
  • "The Pioneers" of Barron
  • "Roads & Life in Early Days" of Barron
  • "Industries of Early Days" of Barron
  • "The Coming of the Railroads" to Barron
  • "Journalism" in Barron
  • "The Barron Public Library" of Barron
  • "A Fire Disaster" in Barron
  • "Barron Cooperative Creamery" of Barron
  • "City Government" of Barron
  • "The Barron Post Office" in Barron
  • "Badger Turkey Industries, Inc." of Barron
  • "Barron Fire Department" in Barron
  • "Churches" of Barron
  • "Business & Professional Men" of Barron
  • "County Highways" of Barron
  • "Public Schools" in Barron
  • "Wayside Cemetery" of Barron
  • "Normanna Savings Bank" of Barron
  • "Bank of Barron" in Barron
  • "Business Places of Early Days" in Barron
  • "Telephone Communications" in Barron
  • "City Park & Barron Golf Course" in Barron
  • "The Canning Factory" in Barron
  • "Potato Growing" in Barron
  • "Brick Manufacture" in Barron
  • "Barron Flying Club" of Barron
  • "Some Historical Background" on Barron
  • "County Officials Listing" - 1960
  • "Sources of Material" for this history of Barron

    As you can see, Linda has done a wonderful job of providing some great information for the Barron area of Barron Co., WI! Isn't it amazing what a person can do from halfway across the country! Hope you will enjoy reading this material.

    Nance
    nsampson@spacestar.net