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Genealogy and History of PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island

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13 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1. The early records of the town of Providence ProvidenceALL 21 Volumes - Index Below - Snow & Farnham, city printers, 1892-1915, 6346  pgs. 
2.  Index to The early records of the town of Providence, volumes I- XXI (ABOVE) : containing also a summary of the contents of the volumes and an appendix of documented research data to date on Providence and other early seventeenth century Rhode Island families Providence: Rhode Island Historical Society, 1949,  Bowen, Richard LeBaron 109  pgs. 
3.  History of Providence County, Rhode Island New York: W.W. Preston & Co., 1891, 1620  pgs.    
4.  Annals of the town of Providence : from its first settlement to the organization of the city government in June, 1832 Providence: Printed by Knowles and Vose, 1843, Staples, William R. 670  pgs.    
5.  A discourse delivered at Providence, August 5, 1836 : in commemoration of the first settlement of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, being the second centennial anniversary of the settlement of Providence Providence: Cranston & Co., 1836, Pitman, John 72  pgs.        
6.  Old Providence : a collection of facts and traditions relating to various buildings and sites of historic interest in Providence. Providence, R.I.: Printed for the Merchants National Bank of Providence, 1918, 75  pgs.     
7. Men of progress : biographical sketches and portraits of leaders in business and professional life in the state of Rhode Island and Providence plantations Boston: New England magazine, 1896, 303  pgs.      
8.  North Providence centennial : a report of the celebration at Pawtucket, North Providence, of the one hundredth anniversary of the incorporation of the town, June 24th, 1865 : with an address containing historical matters of local interest. North Providence, R.I.: Printed and published under the direction of the Committee of Arrangements, 1865, 92  pgs. 
9.  Ships and ship-masters of old Providence : a brief account of some of the famous merchants, sea captains and ships of the past, together with reminiscences of a few notable voyages made in Providence ships. Providence: Printed for the Providence Institution for Savings, 1919, 60  pgs. 
10.  Steere genealogy : a record of the descendants of John Steere who settled in Providence, Rhode Island about the year 1660 with some account of the Steeres of England Cambridge, Mass.: unknown, 1890, Root, James Pierce 249  pgs. 
11.  Tax lists of the town of Providence : during the administration of Sir Edmund Andros and his council, 1686-1689 : together with a list of names of all males sixteen years of age and upwards residing in the town of Providence in August, 1688 and liable for a poll tax Providence: H.W. Preston, 1895, Field, Edward, 63  pgs.   
12.  Proceedings at the dedication of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in Providence : to which is appended a list of the deceased soldiers and sailors whose names are sculptured upon the monument. Providence: A.C. Greene, printer to the state, 1871, 68  pgs.       
13.  Rhode Island court records : records of the Court of Trials of the Colony of Providence Plantations, 1647-1662. Providence:, 1920-1922, 200  pgs. 

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