Hawkeyes Trading Post - Genealogy and Family History - eBooks and More!

Our books are mostly genealogies published over a hundred years ago. Our goal is to provide global family members with an "easy source" to identify and obtain these centuries old publications. This is essential for: cultural heritage, educational purposes, and more importantly genealogy is becoming a growing necessity for medical inquiry. Genealogy and DNA testing from Ancestry DNA, 23andMe DNA, and others provide a wealth of knowledge together. Often our books are unique sources of very old family history, which may contain family crests, coats of arms, and pioneer stories.  With this in mind, we are very aware that:

"History just isn't history unless someone preserves it" TM

“Every family tree produces some lemons, some nuts and a few bad apples.” – Author Unknown

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eBook Information

Most of our eBooks are provided in PDF format. The Adobe PDF eBooks can be read with Windows and Mac computers, including e-readers like Kindle, Sony Reader, Nook, BeBook, Kobo, and others. Smartphones and tablets are also supported, including iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android devices. Page navigation, multiple viewing options, bookmarks, and search features are included. Keep in mind that our PDF files are in the public domain, are compact, and can be printed. It's just that simple!

There are some books formated for Kindle, and printed in paperback and hardcover versions. The page will indicate which versions are available. If not indicated the book is in .pdf format.
Computer Platforms
Windows PC, Mac OS X, Sony Reader, Nook, BeBook, COOL-ER, Cybook, Kobo, iPad, iPhone, and Android.  


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"A people which takes no pride in the noble achievements of remote ancestors will never achieve anything worthy to be remembered with pride by remote descendants." - Macauley.

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Good News!

The following family genealogies and histories are available...but not yet on the website.

These histories are not summerized, may contain blank copy pages, no cover photo, no overall description of the book, and may contain annotations from previous owners. If interested send an email for purchasing details. They will be sent as an email attachment after payment.

Branner (1913), Darlington (1900), Dodson (1908), Duff  Volume I (1914), Duff Volume 2 (1914), Forsyth (1920),

Fullham Volume 1 (1910), Fullham Volume 2 (1909), Gardener (1907), Gibson (1900), Lockwood (1889), Osgood (1894),

Peabody Volume 1 (1897), Peabody Volume 2 (1909), Pickering (1897), Rathbone (1908), Scott Volume 1 (1878),

Scott Volume 2 (1878), Sterns (1901), Weekes (1885), Wheeler (1914), Wheeler Family Encyclopedia (1914), Winslow (1901).



Hawkeyes Trading Post
Genealogy and Family History via downloads! 
We publish eBooks of genealogy and family history. Read about your ancestors on your computer or reading tablet.
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“Our dead are never dead to us until we have forgotten them.” – Mary Ann Evans 1880

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“I found photos of my ancestors that I never knew existed. I’m glad you had our ebook.”  

- Peter J. Sidney, Australia.


“…it provided another 3 generations to our family tree. Thank you!”

- Cheryl D. Stockbury, England.


“My first eBook was about our family history. The download was easy! Thanks!” 

- Marjorie B. Charleroi, Belgium.


"...I can print out the page with my ancestors photograph and then put it in my own picture frame!"

- Julie A. Beckley, West Virginia