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POSEHN HERITAGE: This book documents the
Posehn family from 1777 in Alt Nassau, South Russia through their
travels in Germany, Canada, and California. The publication contains
accurate family history up to 1985 when the book was first published.
Follow this link to sample photographs from this book. These photos are of the Gottlieb Posehn family who immigrated from Eigenfeld Russia to Saskatchewan Canada. (Sample Photos)
THE PETER BRANDT DESCENDANTS 1813 - 1991: As the title infers, the book documents the Brandt family from Peter Brandt in 1813 from West Prussia to the Canadian and American Brandt's in 1991.
SLOAT and CROMBERG in Plumas County CA: This book documents the history and families involved in building the two small lumber towns located in the Sierra foothills. It also covers the histories of these two towns from 1880 - 1945 and contains many interesting stories and old photographs, including obituaries for the people found in the Cromberg cemetery.
GIBSON RANCH HISTORY, a park in Sacramento County, CA. This booklet documents the history of the property from 1860 - 2000. The first documented family owning this property was J. S. Woods, in 1860; George William Nicolaus in 1882; with Thomas MacKinnon family leasing it in 1892; Donald McDonald in 1942; Gordon Greene Guiberson in 1948; Moseley Land and Cattle Co in 1952 and Robert H. Gibson in 1955. In 1962 a portion of this property became the Gibson Ranch County Park and is still owned and operated by Sacramento County Recreation Park and Open Spaces Department. The booklet also includes photographs primarily from 1882 - 1952.
PICTORIAL HISTORY OF RIO LINDA FIRE DEPARTMENT in Rio Linda, Sacramento County, CA: This book shows the history of the Rio Linda Fire Department from 1923-1970 in photographs. Lists fire chiefs and other personnel.
RIO LINDA AND ELVERTA HISTORY 1850 - 1929: This
book is a history of two California towns - Rio Linda and Elverta. It
shows who the early families were that settled these towns and the
hardships they endured while starting a new life in the California
frontier. This book was compiled from excerpts of early Sacramento
newspapers dating from 1850 through 1929. The book is available in both
Hardback and Soft cover from LuLu.Com.
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Soft Cover Link: http://www.lulu.com/content/2452182