Most brick and mortar bookstores do not carry a broad variety of genealogy books, so we tend to order them online or purchase them at national or regional genealogy conferences. I’ve had several requests from newbies to explain which online stores are reasonable and trustworthy. Today Ol’ Myrt here wishes to spotlight one of the major booksellers.
HB has a simply marvelous collection of genealogy books, with over 3,000 titles in print. 30% off the regular price of select titles on a first come, first served basis since quantities are limited. Phone orders only: Toll-free: 1-800-876-6103 / Local: (231) 537-4021.
Representative FOREIGN & ETHNIC titles include:
- Who Were Those Celts?: The German French Swiss Italian Scottish Welsh English Irish American Connection
- Fragmenta Genealogica (multiple volumes)
- Visitation of England and Wales Notes (multiple volumes)
- The Parish Registers of Gulval (Alias Lanisley) in the County of Cornwall [England], 1598-1812
- Shtetl Finder Gazetteer: Jewish Communities in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries in the Pale
- The Book of Crests of Scottish-American Clans
- The Irish Scots and The Scotch-Irish
- Slave Genealogy: A Research Guide with Case Studies
- North Carolina General Assembly Sessions Records: Slaves and Free Persons of Color, 1709-1789
- African American Manumissions of Washington County, Maryland
- Tripping Over Europe: Expert Advice on Making Travel Easy
- Seminole Indians of Florida: 1875-1879
- Mexican-American Genealogical Research: Following the Paper Trail to Mexico
- Cherokee by Blood: Volume 1, Records of Eastern Cherokee Ancestry in the U.S. Court of Claims (and subsequent volumes)
- A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland: Exhibiting the names of the several cities, towns, parish
- The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland [1652-1660], Third Edition
- Germans to America and the Hamburg Passenger Lists: Coordinated Schedules
- Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan, 1855-1868
- Welschneureut Church Records, Welschneureut, Germany, 1700-1809
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