Barnstable County Massachusetts Civil War Soldiers, Enrolled Men and Drafted Men, 1861-1863
This book by military historian Stauffer Miller provides a list of all of the men of draftable age on Cape Cod who were enumerated in the 1861-1863 development of the draft list for the Union Army in the Civil War. Alphabetically listed by each of the 15 towns, the book gives information on each man's name, residence, age, and in some cases his physical characteristics.
$12 includes tax, shipping and handling.
Dennis Vital Records(1783-1900)
3 volumes, 1614 pages.
Edited by CCGS Members: Roberta Gilbert Bratti, Natalie Hardacker Ross, Pauline Wixon Derick.
Published by The General Society of Mayflower Descendants and available directly from them at http://www.themayflowersociety.com/book.htm.
The Bulletin CD contains every word, picture, map and diagram from each issue of the Bulletin, starting with its very first issue as the Quarterly in October 1975, and extending through the December 2010 Issue.
Each issue has been scanned into a searchable Adobe PDF file and is thus "every-word searchable." This means you can find every instance of a family name, a place, a building, etc., that has ever been mentioned in any of the issues contained on this CD.
$15.00. Includes tax, shipping and handling.
Cape Cod and Islands Genealogical Resources
Cape Cod and Islands Genealogical Resources contains a variety of resources which are useful to anyone doing genealogical research on Cape Cod and the Islands. The publication includes Barnstable County websites (probate, land deeds, etc.), surname society websites of traditional Cape Cod names, websites of Cape and Islands libraries which have genealogical collections, historical societies, and town histories of all Cape towns with specific references to surnames that were key to the development of the towns. 128 pages.
$12.00. Includes tax, shipping and handling.
Pairpoint Glass Cup Plate
Designed by CCGS member Melody Masi, the Pairpoint Cup Plate renders the logo of the Cape Cod Genealogical Society in colored glass.
Pressed by America's oldest glass works, Pairpoint Glass in Sagamore, MA, the 3.5" Cup Plate was produced from 1982 until 1986, when the mold was officially broken.
Available in clear, cobalt (blue) or amber (illustrated), the Pairpoint Glass Cup Plate will be a welcome addition to anyone's collection. Please specify your choice of color when ordering.
$8.00 each plus $4.95 tax and shipping and handling.
Cape Cod Genealogical Society Coffee Mug
This 8 oz. china Coffee Mug commemorates the 1971 founding of the Cape Cod Genealogical Society.
$7.00 plus $3.25 tax and shipping and handling.
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