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Genealogy and History of the Huguenots of New York,
New Jersey and Massachusetts

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CD Contents
  8 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  The Huguenots on the Hackensack: a paper read before the Huguenot Society of America in the French Church du Saint-Esprit, New York, April 13, 1885,  before the New Jersey Historical Society at Trenton, January 26, 1886,  before the New Brunswick Historical Club, February 18, 1886 and in the North Reformed Church of Schraalenberg, N.J., February 19, 1886, N.J., 1886, Demarest, David D., 24 pgs.
2.  The Huguenot Church of New York: a history of the French Church of Saint Esprit  New York, 1938, Maynard, John A. F., 317 pgs.
3.  Biographical sketches and index of the Huguenot settlers of New Rochelle : 1687-1776  New Rochelle, N.Y.: Huguenot and Historical Association of New Rochelle, Seacord, Morgan H., 59  pgs.   
4.  The Huguenot settlers of New York City and its vicinity:  New York,  Ballard, Frank W., 1862, 19 pgs.   
The Huguenots or early French in New Jersey: Bloomfield, N.J.: Huguenot Society of New Jersey, Koehler, Albert F., 35 pgs.      
5.  The De Forests of Avesnes and of New Netherland: a Huguenot thread in American colonial history, 1494 to the present time New Haven, Conn.: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co., c1900, De Forest, John William, 310 pgs.    
6.  History of New Paltz, New York and its old families (from 1678 to 1820): including the Huguenot pioneers and others who settled New Paltz previous to the revolution: with an appendix bringing down the history of certain families and some other matter to 1850 Albany, N.Y.: Fort Orange Press, Brandon Print. Co., 1909, Le Fevre, Ralph, 833 pgs.        
7.  Historical Huguenot collections: containing I. The Reformation in France, the rise, progress and destruction of the Huguenot Church : II. The histories of seven towns, six of which are in the south part of Worcester County, Mass., namely, Oxford, Dudley, Webster, Sturbridge, Charlton, Southbridge, and the town of Woodstock, now in Connecticut, but originally granted and settled by people from the province of Massachusetts, and regarded as belonging to her for about sixty years  New York, 1877, Ammidown, Holmes, 1166 pgs.      
8.  The records of Oxford, Mass.: including chapters of Nipmuck, Huguenot and English history from the earliest date, 1630,  with manners and fashions of the times Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell's Sons, 1894, Freeland, Mary de Witt, 432 pgs.

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