I love reading old books, magazines, and documents. I think that's why I adore genealogy. To read how an event was viewed in the past, from the primary source, just gives me the tingles.
That is why I frequent The Library of Congress' Digital Collections often. They have everything there from newspapers to first-person accounts, from historic library collections to prints.
Take a look at it here.
Looking for Landowners? The HistoryGeo database at CGS - By Philip Hoehn HistoryGeo is a useful tool for finding ancestral names on old maps, along with related information such as land records. It has two parts...
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