We Have Recently Added 4 New Genealogy Books To Our Circulating Collection

Hi Everyone!

STDL Central Summer LgI thought I would give you an update on some recently added genealogy books to our circulating collection.

In the last month or so we have added the following 4 genealogy books to our circulating collection:

Family Tree Historical Maps Book United StatesThe Family Tree Historical Maps Book: A State-by-State Atlas of U.S. history, 1790-1900 by Allison Dolan.  Call number is  929.1 DOLAN, A.

 

 

 

Family Tree Historical Maps Book EuropeThe Family Tree Historical Maps Book : Europe, a Country-by-Country Atlas of European History, 1700s-1900s by Allison Dolan.  Call number is NEW 929.1 DOLAN, A.

 

 

 

How to Archive Family PhotosHow To Archive Family Photos: A Step-by-Step Guide to Organize and Share Your Photos Digitally by Denise May Levenick.  Call number is NEW 929.1 LEVENICK, D.

 

 

Set Yourself Up To Self PublishSet Yourself Up to Self-Publish: A Genealogist’s Guide by Dina C. Carson.  Call number is NEW 929.1 CARSON, D.

 

 

 

The two historical maps books should be on the shelf for you to access.  But do check our online catalog to be sure they are available.  I believe I was even able to show them at our most recent genealogy program on May 12, 2015.

The Archive Family Photos and Self Publish books have just been received by me yesterday and are currently checked out to me for review.  These two books should be available to the public within the next couple weeks following this blog post.  Check our online catalog for availability of these 2 books if you are interested in either of them.

When you see the word “NEW” as part of the call number, it means that this book is being shelved in the special area by the “Ask Us” desk on the 2nd floor where newly added books to our collection are all in one shelf area for you to browse through among all subjects.  After approximately a 6 month interval has passed being categorized as “NEW”, the book is then filed on the normal circulating shelves and the category of “NEW” is then removed from the call number.

You can check our online library catalog for the above materials at:

Schaumburg Township District Library Online Catalog

I was very happy to discover these and add them to our circulating collection.  They do seem topical and current to help you in your research endeavors as they apply to your own genealogies.

Tony Kierna
Genealogy Coordinator
Schaumburg Township District Library

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