Here are some great Genealogy Books .
I highly recommend them.
For GenealogistsSearching New England
|Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 (Formerly Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England between 1623 and 1650): The Lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcomb of Scotland, Robert
This is the seventh edition of the classic work on the royal ancestry of certain colonists who came to America before the year 1700, and the first to appear in four years. Like previous editions of this book, which had been titled Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England Between 1623 and 1650, the seventh edition embodies the very latest research on the subject, the various lines of descent having been thoroughly revised and in some cases extended. In addition, all footnotes and corrections in earlier editions have been incorporated in the text, recently discovered errors corrected, and many new lines added. Additions and corrections are by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., assisted by David Faris.
|Bradford's History of 'Plimmoth Plantation': From the Original Manuscript
William Bradford was first elected Governor of Plymouth Colony in April of 1622. He was re-elected annually thereafter until 1657, except for five scattered years, and thus he played a dominant role in the development of Plymouth Colony. About 1630 he began to record the history of the Colony from its inception until 1647, finishing his manuscript in 1651. His history was used in manuscript form by many of the early American historical writers but was not published in book form and disappeared about the time of the Revolution. The manuscript was discovered quite by chance in the mid-1800s in the Library of the Bishop of London, and the first complete edition was published in 1856. This reprint is made from a second edition published by the state of Massachusetts in 1901 to commemorate the return of the original manuscript from England; it corrects numerous errors and omissions which had appeared in the 1856 edition. In this reprint we have eliminated about sixty pages of "addresses" by various religious and political figures which unnecessarily bloated the front matter, but Bradford's writing is here intact.