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Genealogy and History of ERIE COUNTY, New York
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CD Contents
  11 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  1855 town of Brant census, Erie County, New York : typescript, 1969, 22  pgs.
2.  History of the original town of Concord : being the present towns of Concord, Collins, N. Collins and Sardinia, Erie County, New York Rochester, N.Y.: Union and Advertiser Company's Print., 1883, Briggs, Erasmus 989  pgs. 
3.  The centuries in Elma : a compilation of historical accounts by many authors relative to the history of the town of Elma, Erie County, New York Elma, N.Y.: Elma Centennial, 1956, Sigman, Fred Irving 336  pgs. 
4.  History of the town of Elma, Erie County, N.Y., 1620 to 1901 Buffalo, N.Y.: G.M. Hausauer & Son, 1902, Jackman, Warren 329  pgs.  
5.  History of Buffalo and Erie County, 1914-1919 Buffalo: Committee of One Hundred, c1920, Sweeney, Daniel J. 735  pgs.
6.  Memorial and family history of Erie County, New York : biographical and genealogical. New York: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1906-08, 888  pgs.  
7.  Centennial history of Erie County, New York : being its annals from the earliest records events to the hundredth year of American independence Buffalo, N.Y.: Matthews & Warren, 1876, Johnson, Crisfield 512  pgs.   
8.  Gravestone inscriptions from cemeteries in Erie County, New York, 1930, Barber, Gertrude A. 62  pgs.     
9.  History of Kenmore, Erie County, New York, 1926 Kenmore, N.Y.: unknown, 1926, Parkhurst, Frederick S. 99  pgs.     
10.  History of the town of Tonawanda, Erie County, New York, 1805-1930 Kenmore, N.Y, 1930 Parkhurst, Frederick S., 138  pgs.         
11.  The town of Amherst, Erie County, New York Amherst, N.Y.: Town Board of Amherst, 1955, Young, Sue Miller 17  pg

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