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Image for St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church Records: Marriages and Deaths, 1749-1838, Knox County, Indiana

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church Records: Marriages and Deaths, 1749-1838, Knox County, Indiana

By: Barbara Schull Wolfe

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: (1999)

Seller ID: W1140

ISBN: 0788411403

Condition: 114 pages, 8.5x11, (1999), 2008, 8.5x11, paper, 114 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


Contained herein is the record of marriages and deaths in Knox County, Indiana, for the years 1749 to 1838 as documented by the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church of Vincennes. Barbara Schull Wolfe has reorganized the records of the St. Francis Xavier Church into an alphabetical listing by surname. Marriage entries include the fullnames and maiden names of both spouses and the date on which they were married. Death records note date of death, age of the deceased, place of residence, cause of death and additional personal information whenever known. A cross-reference of deceased spouses is prov... View more info

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Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 2, 1868 to December 25, 1873

By: Carolyn Schwab

Price: $52.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: (2005)

Seller ID: S0964

ISBN: 1585499641

Condition: 312 pages, 8.5x11, (2005), 2012, 8.5x11, paper, index, 312 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance... View more info

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Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 1, 1874 to December 30, 1875

By: Carolyn Schwab

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: (2005)

Seller ID: S0965

ISBN: 158549965X

Condition: 292 pages, 8.5x11, (2005), 2012, 8.5x11, paper, index, 292 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance... View more info

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Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 6, 1876 to December 27, 1877

By: Carolyn Schwab

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 2005

Seller ID: S0966

ISBN: 1585499668

Condition: 296 pages, 8.5x11, 2005, 8.5x11, paper, index, 296 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance... View more info

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Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 3, 1878 to December 31, 1879

By: Carolyn Schwab

Price: $46.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 2005

Seller ID: S0967

ISBN: 1585499676

Condition: 262 pages, 8.5x11, 2005, 8.5x11, paper, index, 262 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance... View more info

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Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State”, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 7,1880 to December 28, 1881

By: Carolyn Schwab

Price: $49.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 2006

Seller ID: S3177

ISBN: 0788431773

Condition: 290 pages, 8.5x11, 2006, 8.5x11, paper, index, 290 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance... View more info

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Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January, 1886 to December 28, 1887

By: Carolyn Schwab

Price: $39.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 2006

Seller ID: S4204

ISBN: 0078844204X

Condition: 280 pages, 8.5x11, 2006, 8.5x11, paper, index, 280 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was the Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance... View more info

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Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January, 1882 to December 1885

By: Carolyn Schwab

Price: $37.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 2007

Seller ID: S4205

ISBN: 0788442058

Condition: 266 pages, 8.5x11, 2007, 8.5x11, paper, index, 266 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was The Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance... View more info

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Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 1, 1890 - December 30, 1891

By: Carolyn Schwab

Price: $38.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 2008

Seller ID: S4673

ISBN: 0788446738

Condition: 344 pages, 8.5x11, 2008, 8.5x11, paper, index, 344 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was The Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance... View more info

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Newspaper Extracts from “The Hoosier State” Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 4, 1888 - December 25, 1889

By: Carolyn Schwab

Price: $31.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 2008

Seller ID: S4674

ISBN: 0788446746

Condition: 8.5x11, 2008, 8.5x11, paper,, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


One of the earliest newspapers for Vermillion County, Indiana, was The Hoosier State. It was bought by Samuel Brenton Davis from Henry D. Washburn in 1868. It was published weekly. The early issues contained practically no local news, their space given to politics and world news. Only rarely was a death given, or a marriage, and then in the shortest possible manner. The retail advertising was almost entirely of Terre Haute stores. The style of the newspaper gradually changed and in the 1870s, local births, marriages, deaths, and business happenings began to appear. In addition to the abundance... View more info

History of St. Joseph County, Indiana [2-volumes]

By: Chapman Publishing Company

Price: $73.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: (1880)

Seller ID: C2081

ISBN: 0078842081X

Condition: 1054 pages, 5.5x8.5, (1880), 2007, 5.5x8.5, paper, index, 2 vols., 1054 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


This book is a must have for anyone interested in St. Joseph County, Indiana. It is full of information that is very valuable. The history starts with the first visit by a European, Father Marquette in 1673 and goes through the time the book was first published. This two-volume set is divided into two sections, The first is a history of Indiana, which includes accounts of the pre-historic races, aborigines, the French, English and American conquests, and a general review of its civil, political and military history. The second is the history of St. Joseph County that includes sketches of its c... View more info

Reclaiming African Heritage at Salem, Indiana

By: Coy D. Robbins

Price: $47.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: (1995)

Seller ID: R0325

ISBN: 0788403257

Condition: 234 pages, 8.5x11, (1995, 2004), 2017, 8½x11, paper, index, 234 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


Preserving a little-known slice of Hoosier and Midwestern history of the early nineteenth century, this well-researched book chronicles the development of racially segregated communities as increasing constraints were placed on minorities in Washington County, Indiana, where Salem is the seat of government. It is an excellent study of free African Americans from Kentucky, North Carolina, and Virginia who settled in this region. The author presents abundant genealogical, historical, and legal facts which highlight the founding of African American communities in Salem and nearby farmlands: their... View more info

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The Descendants of James and Deborah Oldfield of Indiana, Iowa, and Kansas

By: Dale D. Webster

Price: $24.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 2003

Seller ID: W2329

ISBN: 0788423290

Condition: 86 pages, 5.5x8.5, 2003, 5.5x8.5, cloth, index, 86 pp, Cloth, Heritage Books, Inc


This book covers seven generations of Oldfields, beginning with James, Sr., who was born about 1762 in England and died in 1849 in Indiana. James was married to Deborah Jackson, b. about 1767 in England. Deborah also died in 1849 in Indiana. James and Deborah, with their three children, Ruth, James Jr., and George, immigrated to the U.S. from London, England, probably in the summer of 1824. James was in his early sixties at the time, and James Jr. was twenty-one. This book is presented in the Modified Register System and has been compiled mostly from primary source documents. It is enhanced wi... View more info

Indiana: Research in the States

By: Dawne Slater-Putt, CG

Price: $17.00

Publisher: National Genealogical Society: 2012

Seller ID: NGS-IN

Condition: 8.5x11, Softcover, National Genealogical Society


8.5x11, Softcover, National Genealogical Society View more info

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The Making of a Township: Fairmount Township, Grant Co., Indiana, 1829 to 1917

By: Edgar M. Baldwin

Price: $39.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: (1917)

Seller ID: B1917

ISBN: 0078841917X

Condition: 504 pages, 5.5x8.5, (1917), 2008, 5.5x8.5, paper, index, 504 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


Genealogists and historians, especially students of the War of 1812, will find a wealth of information within these pages. Heavy on biographical information about the early families in Fairmount Township, this book is never dull; incorporating reminiscences and anecdotes that bring history to life. Includes many portraits and photographs of notable places, and a fold-out chart of names of county officers from 1831-1917. 504 pages, 5.5x8.5, (1917), 2008, 5.5x8.5, paper, index, 504 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc View more info

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The Indiana Territory, 1800-2000: A Bicentennial Perspective

By: Edited by Darrel E. Bigham

Price: $19.95

Publisher: Indiana Historical Society Press:

Seller ID: 95155X

ISBN: 0-87195-155-X

Condition: 208 pp. 2001. Paper. Black-and-white photographs., paperback, Indiana Historical Society Press


The Indiana Territory, 1800-2000: A Bicentennial Perspective originated in the June 2000 Indiana Territory Bicentennial Symposium held in Vincennes and sponsored by Historic Southern Indiana. This conference brought together highly respected scholars of midwestern history who were asked to reflect on aspects of life in the Indiana Territory. From that meeting Bigham compiled five important essays; two papers from a related program on William Henry Harrison, governor of the Indiana Territory, complete the volume.Bigham offers a general introduction to the history of the Indiana Territory as... View more info

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Hinshaw’s Historical Index of Winchester, Indiana, Newspapers, 1857-1984

By: Gregory P. Hinshaw

Price: $37.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 2009

Seller ID: H5013

ISBN: 0788450131

Condition: 458 pages, 5.5x8.5, 2009, 5.5x8.5, paper, 458 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


Hinshaw's Historical Index of Winchester, Indiana Newspapers is one of the most unique tools for historical research in Randolph County, Indiana, ever produced. This book covers all surviving newspapers from Winchester, Indiana, from 1857 until 1984. Winchester is the county seat of Randolph County, Indiana; located on the state's eastern border. Winchester is also the county's largest city, so the newspapers of the town covered events throughout the county's twelve townships. For many years, three different weekly newspapers served the community. The material is organized alphabetically by ca... View more info

Camp Morton 1861–1865: Indianapolis Prison Camp

By: Hattie Lou Winslow and Joseph R. H. Moore

Price: $14.95

Publisher: Indiana Historical Society Press:

Seller ID: 951142

ISBN: 000292IHS

Condition: 154 pp. 1940, reprint 1995. Cloth. Illustrations, Index., Cloth, Indiana Historical Society Press


154 pp. 1940, reprint 1995. Cloth. Illustrations, Index., Cloth, Indiana Historical Society Press View more info

A History of the City of Vincennes, Indiana, from 1702 to 1901

By: Henry S. Cauthorn

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: (1902)

Seller ID: C1809

ISBN: 0788418092

Condition: 240 pages, (1902) reprint, paper, index, 240 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


Vincennes is the oldest town in the State of Indiana, and one of the oldest towns in "The Territory Northwest of the River Ohio," from which the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin were formed. Distinguished citizens, including Gen. George Rogers Clark, Gen. Hyacinthe Lasselle, Zachary Taylor, and others are discussed. Numerous illustrations.240 pages, (1902) reprint, paper, index, 240 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc View more info

Centennial Farms of Indiana

By: M. Teresa Baer, Kathleen M Breen, & Judith Q. McMullen, with Genealogical Indexes By Ruth Dorrel

Price: $24.95

Publisher: Indiana Historical Society Press: 2003

Seller ID: 002854

ISBN: 002854

Condition: 125 pages, paperback, Indiana Historical Society Press


This beautiful book celebrates the golden era of family farming in Indiana while tracing the history of Hoosier farmers-from Native Americans to agribusiness executives. The centerpiece of this generously illustrated book is an award program sponsored by the Indiana Historical Society (IHS) and the Indiana Historical Bureau (IHB) from 1947 to 1951. In partnership with Purdue University's School of Agriculture and the state's county agricultural agents, the IHS and the IHB certified more than 1,600 farms as having been owned by the same family for one hundred years or more.Woven throughout ... View more info