Filby, P. William, compiler. A Bibliography of American County Histories. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1985.
- Amerikaauswanderer aus den Ämtern Bünde, Rödinghausen, Kirchlengern und Gohfeld-Mennighüffen im 19. Jahrhundert / herausgegeben und verlegt vom Kreisheimatverein Herford. Herford : Der Verein,  192 p. (Wittekindsland ; Heft 3) A list of 19th emigrants to America from Kreis Herford; arrangement is by town then year of emigration, with a name index. Many settled in the Middle West.
- Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration: Immigrants
to New England, 1634-1635, Vo. 5, M-P. Boston: New England
Historic genealogical Society, 2007.
- Bolton, Charles Knowles. Real Founders of New England
Stories of Their Life Along the Coast, 1602-1628. Reprinted
Baltimore, Maryland: Clearfield Co., 2004, 1929.
- Brøderbund. Family Tree Maker. Pilgrim Genealogies and
Histories 1600s-1900s : [CD-ROM]. Genealogical Records.
Family tree maker, CD #023. [Novato, CA]: Brøderbund, 1999.
Includes lineages, family histories, vital records, and
historical essays compiled and indexed by name on more than
248,000 individuals. Includes names and descriptions of
family members, including occupations; details of the
Mayflower voyage to the New World and of the Pilgrims'
personal inventory; church affiliation, dates of vital
events, and parish of origin; memoirs and essays of life in
connections between New England settlers and their native
homelands; historical and biographical sketches of early
- Ehmann, Karl. Die Auswanderung in die Neuengland-Staaten
aus Orten des Enzkreises im 18. Jahrhundert / von Karl
Ehmann. Stuttgart : Verein für Familien- und Wappenkunde, 1977.
61 p. "Südwestdeutsche Blätter für Familien- und Wappenkunde.
Sonderheft 1977." List emigrants to New England from towns in
the Enz district of Baden-Württemberg during the 18th century.
- English Origins of New England Families. 3 volumes.
From The New England Historical and Genealogical Register.
Reprinted Baltimore, Maryland: Clearfield Co., 2004, 1984.
- The Great Migration
Study Project. Sponsored by the New England Historic
Genealogical Society, the goal is to compile "comprehensive
genealogical and biographical accounts" on every one of the
20,000 people who settled in New England between 1620 and 1643.
Hardman, Susan. Pilgrims: New World Settlers & The Call of Home. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 2007. Is a study of the New England settlers who returned to England during the years following the English Civil War and the reign of the Lord Protector, Oliver Cromwell.
- Hatcher, Patricia Law. Researching Your Colonial New
England Ancestors. Ancestry Publishing, 2006.
- Hayward, John. The New England Gazetteer. Baltimore,
Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2006, 1839. Descriptions
of nearly 10,000 places-counties, towns, villages, rivers, bays,
streams, islands, and so forth-scattered among this six-state
USGS Maps of New England and New York. University of New
Hampshire Library. The Documents and Data Center has digitized
more than 1,500 early US Geological Survey topographical
quadrangle maps for New York, Connecticut, Main, Massachusetts,
New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. These out-of-print maps
date from the 1890s to the 1950s. After selecting the map, the
image may be downloaded to your hard drive and an image
processing program used to print the pages.
- Holbrook, Stewart Hall. The Yankee Exodus: An Account of
Migration from New England. New York: Macmillan, 1950.
Provides an overview of those who left the area for the
following: economic opportunities, land grants, education,
relatives or religion.
- Jacobus, Donald Lines and Edgar Francis Waterman. Hale,
House and Related Families: Mainly of the Connecticut River
Valley. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co.,
2004, 1952. Collection of genealogies of 47 Connecticut
River families (Hale and House and 45 others).
- New England --
Brattleboro Historical Society Photo Collection. Features
one of the best collections of historic photographs anywhere.
Offering an archive of professionally scanned historical glass
plate photos from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Rural and
small town American life is portrayed in this superb collection
featuring images from New England. Prints of all historic
photographs are available for sale.
- Rapaport, Diane. The Naked Quaker: True Crimes and
Controversies from the Courts of Colonial New England.
Beverly, Massachusetts: Commonwealth Editions, 2007. This book
consists of "strange but true" tales straight out of the courts
of Colonial New England. Among the topics covered are witches
and wild women, parents and youth, tavern tales, and slaves and
- 17th Century Colonial New
- Torrey, Clarence. New England Marriages Prior to 1700.
Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004, 1985.
- Young, Alexander. Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth from 1602 to 1625. 2nd edition. Reprinted Baltimore, Maryland: Clearfield Co., 2004, 1844.
- The Deep South: Genealogical Records of Alabama, Arkansas,
and Mississippi [CD] Baltimore: Maryland: Genealogical
Publishing Co. Covers the core genealogical works dealing with
the Deep South. Altogether, some 150,000 individuals are named
in a wide-ranging collection of census returns, probate records,
marriage records, military records, vital records, and family
histories, all brought together in this one CD with a single
- Hardy, Stella Pickett. Colonial Families of
the Southern States of America. 2nd edition. Baltimore,
Maryland: Clearfield Company, Inc., 2007, 1958.
- Heinegg, Paul. Free African Americans of North Carolina,
Virginia, and South Carolina
from the Colonial Period to About 1820. Fifth Edition. Two Volumes. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2006, 2005. Reconstructs the history of the free African-American communities of Virginia and the Carolinas by looking at the history of their families.
- Holcomb, Brent. Marriage and Death Notices from the Southern Presbyterian, Volume I, 1847-1865. Columbia, S.C.: SCMAR, 2009. These notices covered all of the Southern states and were not limited to Presbyterians.