The Hoosier Genealogist: Connections
Spring/Summer 2007, (vol. 47, no. 1)______________________________________________________________________
Baer, M. Teresa. Change fuels research, the changing face of family history at the Indiana Historical Society. pp. 4-5.
Hennon, Robert D. Three (Hennon) sister dressmakers; postcards tell story of talented career women working in southern Indiana from 1880 through 1930. pp. 6-11.
Tuohy, Martin. Land for sale. Researching Hoosier family history at the National Archives, Great Lakes Region, Chicago. Federal Land Records, 1807-1858. pp. 12-19.
Gaughan, Evan and Geneil Breeze. Court papers. Abstracts of the Pulaski County legal documents in the Barnes Manuscript Collection, 1856-1895. pp. 20-21.
Breeze, Geneil. Collection guides help. Manuscript collections hold genealogical gems. The Barner-Jones Collection, Clinton County, 1828-1888. pp. 22-25.
Natali, Bethany and Geniel Breeze. Equality for agriculture. Records of the Warren County Farm Bureau, 1918-1932. pp. 26-29.
Gaughan, Evan. Love letters. The courtship correspondence of Mattie and Valentine Clapp, Scott and Clark Counties, 1884-1885. pp. 30-35.
Brennan, Martha. Just a country girl. Stories from an early twentieth century Hoosier farm family, part 2. pp. 36-41.
Immel, Mary Blair. Civil War soldier, addendum to GAR series, Covington, Indiana, part 1. pp. 42-47.
Marcelo, Tracey C. Southern Indiana pioneers, the Holmes siblings in Clark and Jackson counties, Indiana Territory. pp. 48-57.
Hossman, Lloyd. Catholic Church records, Catholic Church records at the Indiana State Library. pp. 60-63.
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