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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Bucher, Books I Want

Who is the god of graciousness. I wish he would come to earth with his arms brimming with antique books. Gosh I could make my wish list a page long. Is it bad to be so wanting? I always want more after I get some of the more. Just never content. I want what is around the corner. In the genealogy field of course. Sure as long as I am busy working,working, I bet I could live in a shack. Okay, I'll upgrade that to a cute cottage shack.



1. --All the works of Heinrich Borstelmann- Familienkunde des alten: Amtes Lüne:
and Dahlenburg, Nahrendorf, Dannenberg.

2. --All the books by H. Porth.
3. --Farnhamville village
4. -- County books of Webster,Iowa
5. --County of Cass county, Nebraska for Elmwood and Murdock.
6 --Martin county, Minnesota
7. -- Watonwan county, Minnesota
*8. -- translated versions of books I own.
9. --Slawen- u. Teutschthum in cultur- u. agrarhistorischen Studien zur ... - Google Books Resultby Victor Jacobi - 1856
Kirchspiel Nahrendorf: Ventschau, Moislingen, Nüdelitz, Kovahl, Neestahl, Tangsehl, Pommoißel, Breese am Seisselberg, Oldendorf, ^Ubrn und Nieperfitz. ...
books.google.com/books?id=Ej8AAAAAcAAJ...




There are many books out there, that I am not aware of yet. That I am sure I will want, If I only knew what they were. [tee hee].

I think I should check google books and Heritage Quest [ find my library card number ] Also, I could see if any volunteers would do look ups in those books for me.
Note: Get question queries ready to post concerning wants for each book. Exact titles needed. Exact data needed for queries.

If any of you know a good soft ware or way to convert image to text after a scan please tell me.
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2 comments:

  1. Jo: I have the Cass County history and will be glad to send you copies of anything you want. Contact me at msmertens@suddenlink.net.

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  2. Good to hear from you again. thanks so much for the support. I am currently looking for this other comment I noticed this morning by a Schlaphof(f) relative who has visited those in europe. I hope to invite him back for more comments and definately more information. I have unfinished business with Schlaphof reporting, and I really must get with it!!
    Such a fascinating family.

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