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Lone Star Nation - H. W. Brands
Call Number: G 929.1 A239t
On April 21, 1836, the Texan victory a the Battle of San Jacinto established Texas independence. This detailed yet conversational history of the fight for Texas Independence explores the rich early history of the Lone Star State and the lives of the key players in Texas's bid for statehood. Read this book and find out what life was like for your early Texas ancestors.

 

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These guides are designed to help the beginning family researcher. Please call 763-2283 or visit with the genealogy staff for help if you have questions about your particular research. 

 

RootsTech 2014 Conference Highlights

 

The annual RootsTech genealogy conference was held in February 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah. You can view video highlights from the conference, including a keynote address by Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond, at the following link:

 

https://rootstech.org/about/videos/

Gen News!

New African American Guides and Newspaper databases are available! 

Go to the new Digital Library link and Search by subject (Genealogy) or find the link in the A to Z guide. 

      

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    Baton Rouge, LA 70810
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    About the Collection

    The Bluebonnet Genealogy Collection focuses on southern states and includes:

    Microfilm: Revolutionary War pensions, city directories, plantation records, church records, census, passenger records.

    Print Resources: Journals, newsletters, magazines, biographies, histories, genealogies, finding aids, bibliographies.

    Electronic Resources: Ancestry.com Library edition, Heritage Quest, CDs, and Internet resources.

    The Baton Rouge genealogical collection is close to other holdings such as the Louisiana State Archives, the Family History Center, LSU's Hill Memorial Library and the Archives at the Clerk of Court. Altogether, we provide a vast array of genealogical treasure just waiting to be discovered.

     

     

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