Trading Post - Genealogy and Family History via eBooks!
We publish eBooks of genealogy and family
history. Read about your ancestors on your computer or reading tablet.
Welcome to our book store!
Click on the Card Catalog to find your surname of interest.
Our publications may be rare genealogy
books, hard to find family history books, out of print ancestry books, or modern day
family genealogy books. Our goal is to provide global family members with an easy source to
identify and obtain the known published genealogy of their common ancestors. This is essential for: cultural
heritage, educational purposes, and more importantly genealogy is becoming a growing necessity for medical
inquiry for many diseases such as cystic fibrosis or hemophilia. Often our ebooks are unique
sources of very old family history, which may contain family crests and coats of arms. With
this in mind, we are keenly aware that:
just isn't history unless someone preserves it" TM
|Document Preservation Kit
Click here to see our "Card Catalog" for published genealogies!
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Check back often for new publications!
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.
interested send an email for purchasing details. They can 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),
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).
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German genealogy, Irish genealogy, or English genealogy may all be on your family tree!
Our eBooks are provided in PDF format. The Adobe PDF eBooks can
be read with Windows and Mac computers, including e-readers like the 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. PDF files are compact and can be printed. It's just that simple!
PC, Mac OS X, Sony Reader, Nook, BeBook, COOL-ER, Cybook, Kobo, iPad, iPhone, and Android.
Attention researchers, Genealogical Societies, Historical Societies and
authors... we properly format publications to display in the appropriate windows
for the Adobe Reader or other reading devices by eliminating blank pages and adding the required content. We also create
an eBook cover where none formally exists, edit redundant pages to save file space on computers or reading
tablets, restore photographs and summarize subject matter of all books. These services provide focus
for genealogical research on the World Wide Web. That's the advantage of
Hawkeyes Trading Post! It's all about history and helping others on their quest for genealogy and
Send us an email for more information on our services!
|American Veterans History Project
History Project of the American Folklife Center collects, preserves, and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans. This is done so that future generations
may hear directly from veterans
and better understand the realities of war, and the importance of service to our country to prevent wars.
“I found photos of my ancestors that I never knew existed. I’m glad you had our
- Peter J. Sidney, Australia.
“…it provided another 3 generations to our family tree. Thank you!”
- Cheryl D.
first eBook was about our family history. The download was easy! Thanks!”
- Marjorie B. Charleroi, Belgium.
can print out the page with my ancestors photograph and then put it in my own picture frame!"
- Julie A. Grand