Afternoon, May 17, 2009 - Mr. Green Jeans and Books

17 May 2009


And the rainy season has begun in Tampa. The humidity is not too thick as yet, but knowing the turn of weather these days that could happen any day, or hour. But the vegetables are still blooming. I'm just hoping that the whites, and shades of yellow, and purples, and oranges produce more than just a floral feast. And I start to feel like Mr. Green Jeans... And no, Mr. Green Jeans was not Frank Zappa's father!

I've been wondering about the posting of the titles of my books, hardcopy and on-line and other reference material to this Blog... cause the list is going to get extremely long. I'm not a librarian, but there has to be some good and fast way to list the books and allow for easy retrieval of referenced information. But for right now, unless one of you comes up with a good idea, I'll be listing them occasionally as a part of my Blog as a post and in the reference list on the left-hand side.

And here's the new list:

1. A Dictionary of Old Trades, Titles and Occupations; Colin Waters, Countryside Books, Newbury, Berkshire, England: 2002 Book

2. The Origins of the British; Stephen Oppenheimer, Carroll & Graf Publishers, New York, USA: 2006 Book

3. Evidence!; Elizabeth Shown Mills, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, Maryland, USA: 1997 Book

4. Genealogical Research in England's Public Record Office: A Guide for North Americans; Judith Prowse Reid & Simon Fowler, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, Maryland, USA: 2000 Book

5. The Dictionary of Genealogy; Terrick V. H. FitzHugh revised by Susan Lumas, A&C Black, London, England: 1998 Book

6. Genealogical Resources In English Repositories; Joy Wade Moulton, Hampton House, Columbus, Ohio, USA: 1988 Book

7. Cite Your Sources; Richard S. Lackey, University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, Mississippi, USA: 1980 Book

8. DNA & Genealogy; Colleen Fitzpatrick & Andrew Yeiser, Rice Book Press, Fountain Valley, California, USA: 2005 Book

9. Essential Genetics; Daniel L. Hartl & Elizabeth W. Jones, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Sudbury, Massachuetts, USA: 1999 Book

10. Finding Your Family On The Internet; Michael Otterson, Silverleaf Press, Sandy, Utah, USA: 2006 Book

More to come... Next post, The Princess Gown, a book by Linda Leopold Strauss...




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