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Indiana Genealogy & History Books: General Interest, Immigration

Indiana County- or Town- Specific History Books: A-C, D-E, F-H, J-L, M-N, O-R, S-T, U-W

Indiana Folks & Families: Biographies, Autobiographies, Genealogies, etc., by Surname

Indiana Patriots:  Military History

Uniquely Indiana: Original Antique Documents, Vintage Postcards, Cookbooks, Maps & More

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  Indiana Genealogy CD's:
Vital Records, Immigration Records, Census Records, City Directories, Military Histories and More (see also: County & Town-Specific Areas)

Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Indiana CD

Indiana's African Heritage CD



Indiana Genealogy & Local History Books & CDs: General Interest

Finding Indiana Ancestors: A Guide to Historical Research

In Lincoln's Footsteps: A Historical Guide to the Lincoln Sites in Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky

1820 Federal Census for Indiana icon

Index, 1830 Federal Population Census for Indiana icon

Index 1840 Federal Population Census Indiana icon

Indiana: 1850 Census Index icon

Mortality Schedule, Indiana 1850 icon

The Printed Birth and Baptismal Certificates of the German Americans [Six Volumes]

Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana icon

Who's Your Hoosier Ancestor? Genealogy for Beginnersicon

Indiana Genealogical Research icon

Indiana Source Book: Genealogical Material from The Hoosier Genealogist

Kentuckians in Ohio and Indiana

Jeffersonville Land Entries, 1808-1818 icon

Indiana Land Entries. Volume 1: Cincinnati District, 1801-1840

French and British Land Grants in the Port Vincennes (Indiana) District, 1750-1784

Indiana Land Entries. Volume 2, Part 1: Vincennes District, 1807-1877

Indiana, 1816-1850: The Pioneer Era icon

Recollections of the Early Settlements of the Wabash Valley icon

Men of Indiana in Nineteen Hundred and One icon

Abstracts of Obituaries in the Western Christian Advocate, 1834-1850

Rare Original 1882 Book at Alibris: History of the Ohio Falls Cities and Their Counties 2 Volumes icon
Louisville & Jefferson Co., KY; New Albany & Jeffersonville, Indiana; Clark & Floyd Counties, Indiana

An Index to Records of the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Children's Home in the Indiana State Archive

Ancestors and Descendants of Some Early Settlers of the Evansville, Indiana, Tri-State Area
"This collection of abstracts from the western Methodist church paper contains more than eight thousand obituary entries that often include birth date and place, death date and place, names of relatives, previous residences, and more. Most of the obituaries are of people from the states of Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky; however, other states in the Midwest are also represented. Entries are arranged chronologically by issue and alphabetically by name of deceased. Two indexes, a name index and a geographic index, are also included."

Research in Indiana 

Destination Indiana: Travels through Hoosier History
"Based on Ray Boomhower's regular column in Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History, this lavishly illustrated guide highlights many of the beautiful and fascinating public historic sites located throughout Indiana and the many people who brought these places to prominence."

Passing the Torch: Preserving Indiana's Heritage icon

Pioneer Ancestors of Members of the Society of Indiana Pioneers, 1983-1999

Working in the Vineyards of Genealogy

The Indiana Territory, 1800-2000: A Bicentennial Perspective

Indiana: Atlas of Historical County Boundaries

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Indiana Patriots:  Military History

The Pension Roll of 1835. in Four Volumes. Volume IV: The Mid-Western States: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio

Civil War Veterans of Perry County, Indiana: 1861-1865 icon

Jefferson County in The World War; An Historical and Sociological Study of One Indiana County During the War Period, 1917-1918 icon

Revolutionary War Soldiers of Harrison County, Indiana

Guide to Indiana Civil War Manuscripts icon

Official Army List of The Volunteers of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado

Cass County (Indiana) in the World War

The 19th Indiana Infantry at Gettysburg icon

Directory and Soldiers' Register of Wayne County, Indiana

To the Mountain of Fire and Beyond: The Fifty-Third Indiana Regiment from Corinth to Glory

In Song and Sorrow: the Daily Journal of Thomas Hart Benton McCAIN, 86th Indiana Volunteer Infantry icon



Uniquely Indiana

Original 1876 Map of Union County, Indiana
From the seller: "This detailed county map was originally published in the "Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Indiana." Published on the country's centennial, this is a dramatic and wonderful work that was a celebration of the nation's settlement and development. These maps epitomize the best of late 19th century American mapmaking, as they contain great cartography, but more so have a flair for presentation that speaks so much of the aesthetic of the age. The maps have an intricate decorative border, and abound with fancy title blocks and decorative scrolling. Amazingly, these maps not only give us the roads and towns of the time, but even show us locations of homes and churches, as well as rivers and wetlands. These are unrivalled genealogical resources and wonderful decorative items. Condition is very good."

Original Antique 1876 Map: Huntington County, Indiana

Railroad Depots of Southern Indiana

99 Historic Homes of Indiana: A Look Inside

Indiana Kid's Cookbook: Recipes, How-to, History, Lore and More!
"During school visits, Carole discovered that kids love to talk about food. So, she decided this was a great way to approach history, geography, multicultural studies, women, science & more - by teaching kids the culinary contributions of Maryland and the history and folklore behind them. Who created the first corn flake? What was the first pizza called? Who sold the first hot dog and how did it get that name? There are also fun recipes, food games, a table cloth project, a fortune cookie writing activity and recipe, plus lots more. A great way to introduce kids to the importance of following directions, weights and measurements, cooking and food safety, and encourage their creativeness. Free teacher's guide gives specific suggestions and instructions on how to get max educational value from this book."

Greetings from Indiana: Vintage Hoosier Postcards icon

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