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The Architecture of Lucas Pfeiffenberger

The Architecture of Lucas Pfeiffenberger On November 14, 1834, in the town of Mudau, State of Baden, Germany, a son was born to Johann Joseph and Eva Catherine (Mueller) Pfeiffenberger. They named him Lucas. When Lucas was a small child, Johann and Eva packed up their...

State Genealogy Research Guides

State Genealogy Research Guides compiled by the staff of the Hayner Genealogy & Local History Library. If you click on a link, the file (PDF) will automatically open or download, depending on your computer settings. Please let us know if you have any questions!...

Elijah P. Lovejoy Bibliography

Alton Observer Newspaper 1836-1838. NewspaperArchive database Beecher, Edward. Narrative of Riots at Alton in Connection with the Death of Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy. Alton, Illinois: G. Holton, 1838. IR 977.3 BEE Dedication of the Lovejoy Monument, Alton, Illinois,...

How Did Our Immigrant Ancestors Get Here?

HOW DID OUR IMMIGRANT ANCESTORS GET HERE? Family historians look for an immigrant’s arrival record to establish when they put down roots in North America. But some immigrants are tougher to trace than others. Here are three strategies to help: 1. Search multiple...

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