and History of SARATOGA County, New York
2906 Pages of Information
12 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. Index to marriage and
death notices in the Saratoga Sentinel : 1819-1837, Durkee, Cornelius
E., 1870, 65 pgs.
|2. Genealogical data relating
to families of Saratoga County, New York, Durkee, Cornelius E., 1870,
|3. History of Saratoga County,
New York : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of
its prominent men and pioneers Philadelphia: Everts & Ensign, 1878,
Sylvester, Nathaniel Bartlett, 623 pgs.
|4. History of Saratoga County,
New York : with historical notes on its various towns Chicago, Ill.:
Gresham Pub. Co., 1893,Sylvester, Nathaniel Bartlett, 638 pgs.
|5. A historical sketch of
the Freehold Presbyterian Church of Charlton, Saratoga Co., N.Y. :
from its organization, in 1786, until the present year.
Albany, N.Y.: Riggs Print.
and Pub. Co., 1886, Stearns, Raymond H. 51 pgs.
|6. Town of Clifton Park
cemetery epitaphs : Saratoga County, New York State. Rexford, N.Y.:
Howard I. Becker, 1954, 73 pgs.
|7. Clifton Park Reformed
Church : (the North Church), ca. 1795-1850 : town of Clifton Park,
Saratoga County, state of New York. Rexford, N.Y.: unknown, 1952, 15
pgs. - Contains extracts from various historical sources relating to the
Clifton Park Reformed Church.
|8. Records of Methodist
Episcopal Church at Schuylerville, Saratoga County : 1851-1884, 1953,
|9. Methodist Episcopal Church,
Saratoga County circuit Rexford, N.Y.: H. I. Becker, 1959, Bull, Mitchell
B. 13 pgs.
|10. Sweetman and West Charlton
Cemeteries : Saratoga County, New York New York: unknown, 1938, 77
|11. Our county and its people
: a descriptive and biographical record of Saratoga County, New York
Boston: The Boston History Co., 1988, Anderson, George Baker, 857
|12. Chronicles of Saratoga
: a series of articles Saratoga Springs, N.Y.: The Saratogian, 1947,McGregor,
Jean 373 pgs.
About Our CDs
Many of our CDs are composed of collections of
multiple texts and documents concentrating on specific regions or subject
areas. Many contain 5, 10 or more separate publications. Each CD is
truly a reference BONANZA to the home historian with thousands of pages of
research information. The age of most of these text make them
inaccessible to the average researcher. Naturally their scarcity and
fragility makes them very expensive to acquire hence often kept under lock
and key in an effort to preserve them. Unfortunately this also makes them
unavailable for public view. Our CDs are produced by scanning the actual pages
of the original text making them not only excellent resources but archival
copies available for future generations. If you could find a hard copy of any of
these books it would cost hundreds of dollars - individually worth many times the cost of a
CD. The average cost of a single
CD, containing our "theme or regional" based collections has been kept
affordable in an effort to make this information obtainable to as many home
researchers as possible.
Our CDs have become the
ultimate research tool. Having a copy on hand allows research at your leisure
and your schedule while in the comfort of your home. Additionally you can still
print individual or groups of pages as you need directly from your CDs.
Giving you the best of both old and new research techniques. Unless
otherwise noted most pdf Files are now searchable. Searchable pdf
files allow single or multiple file searches with one
Our CDs are designed to be easily
used even for those new to
computers. The opening
menu, which opens much like a web page (utilizing your browser and a link like
navigation system), is easily navigated and extremely user
Before using our CDs please update your
Adobe Reader to the newest version available. Updates are available as free downloads at adobe.com. Our CDs now work with both
major operating systems -- Windows and MAC