List of Our Blog Posts


Links to our Blog Posts; most recent at the top.


African-American Issues of 100 Years Ago

Indiana Genealogy & Local History Resources

Genealogy & Local History Research

New Life for Millions of Disappearing Books

Michigan Explorers & Pioneers Tell Their Own Stories

Historical Fiction about the Southern U.S.

House Plans and Architecture in the 19th Century

Third Group of Free Online Magazines; 1800s – 1924

Second Group of Free Online Magazines; 1800s – 1924

First Group of Free Online Magazines; 1800s – 1924

The Black Hawk War of 1832

Early Western Travel Accounts in 32 Volumes

Vacationing Up-North before Autos

Anti-Slavery before the Civil War

Farmers’ Magazines 1850 – 1900s

The Exploits of George Rogers Clark

Education of Females in the 19th Century

Books about 19th Century American Women Authors

Making Cloth and Clothing on the Frontier

Life on the River in Frontier Days

Edwin J. Hulbert

Selected Books about Pioneer Life in Early Illinois

Survey and Sale of Public Lands in the NW Territory

The War of 1812

Histories of the Old Northwest

La Salle the Explorer

The Frontier along the Ohio River

19th C Newspapers and History Journals

American Revolution: Correspondence of British Commanders in the West

Revolutionary War in the Northwest: American Commanders’ Correspondence

Cooking and Housekeeping Books – 19th Century

Experimental Communities in 19th Century America

Two Tips for Reading our Books Online

Memoirs and Diaries from the Indiana Frontier

Three Digital Collections in Indiana History

Thinking of Visiting Northern Michigan?

Major Online Document Collections

Pioneers in Illinois Tell Their Stories

19th Century Novels & Historical Fiction

Foreign Visitors Interpret America 1800-1867

Early Days in Wisconsin

Pontiac’s War: Northern Forts Under Attack

Books by 19th Century American Indian Authors

Books on 19th Century Crime

Memoirs by Three Pioneers

Illinois Harvest Digital Collection

Tour of Map Site: “Historic Map Works”




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