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PLEASE NOTE that the Tennessee State Library and Archives does not hold copies of all of the items listed in this bibliography. Please check the Tennessee State Library and Archives Online Catalog or visit the Ask Us a Question! web page to contact the Library and Archives and verify we have an item in our collection. We will respond to e-mail requests promptly; response time . Full text of "List of publications of the United States Department of Agriculture from January, , to December, , inclusive, compiled with comparison with the . Birth and death registers (); chattel mortgage record book (); clerk's record books (); lien index book (, ); road record book (); treasurer's record books (); and Minnesota Supreme Court case records: Town of Vivian v Town of Dunbar () which includes appellant's brief, brief of relator. The Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection includes o images covering a a wide range of topics, places, and individuals from throughout the state's history. Explore the collection using either the search box above or the suggested topics below.
Thurston County’s First Record Book, , Miscellaneous Family History Collection. Here is a fascinating new item—the very first records book of Washington Territory government in Thurston County. Beginning in as a county of Oregon Territory, Thurston encompassed all of present-day western Washington north of Lewis County. Read Albert Lea Enterprise Newspaper Archives, , p. 10 with family history and genealogy records from Albert Lea, Minnesota Australian native police units, consisting of Aboriginal troopers under the command usually of a single white officer, existed in various forms in all Australian mainland colonies during the nineteenth and, in some cases, into the twentieth centuries. The Native Police were utilised as a cost-effective and brutal paramilitary instrument in the expansion and protection of the British Country: British Empire (New South Wales . Manhattan Fire Brick Works New York City, NY and Maurer, NJ found in Nutten Hook (AKA Newton Hook), NY. (NOTE: the R. & W. Scott Ice Company was located in Nutten Hook. The remains of the powerhouse are still there.). The Manhattan Fire Brick and Enameled Clay Retort Works (as described in New York Illustrated (New York: on & Co., ) was located .
This collection includes correspondence, financial records, and related materials concerning the establishment of the Station and its branches, its staff, equipment, operation, publications, early experiments particularly with canaigre, sugar beets, and date palms, and investigations in plant breeding, grazing lands, water and soil analysis. L5th. Names are listed chronologically. An addition is an alphabetical listing so that a particular name may be easily located. Names added to the book recently: Harold Requartte, Conrad H. Schindler. Kllen Mann Feller.s, Tohn Grasmick, Tanre.s L. Way. %.'! UNIDENTIFIED FARMER. Account Book (). 1 item. Ledger containing running accounts of transactions for labor, house rent, and domestic goods and farm supplies. Probably used at New Paltz, Ulster County, New York. Includes name index. Ackert, Brodhead, Deyo, Decker, Ean, LeFevre, Morey, and other families mentioned. UNIDENTIFIED FARMER. American book clubs, their beginnings and history and a bibliography of their publications, (New York, B. Franklin, ), by Adolf Growoll (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The American book in Mexico; a bibliography of books by authors of the United States of America, (Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, Dept. of Library Science.