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The 
Penn Street 
Library

Welcome to the Penn Street Library. This site will be a growing collection of materials I have transcribed that I believe might be useful to the genealogist and/or historian. I hope that you enjoy and find this site to be helpful to your research. For questions, comments and suggestions please email me at grmira@yahoo.com
Thank you - Ronnie.

Contents|| Links || Special Thanks || Legal Stuff || Library's News & Updates
 

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Contents

~THE INDIAN TERRITORY
ITS CHIEFS, LEGISLATORS AND LEADING MEN
by H. F. & E. S. O'Beirne
St. Louis, C. B. Woodward Company, 1892
--A collection of over 200 biographies (indexed) along with the transcription of some town histories.
--Project completed.

~REMINISCENCES OF EDITORS AND REPORTERS
Collected and published by ARTHUR S. WHITE
White Printing Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan, MCMXXI
--A small collection of memorials and reminiscences of early reporters and editors in Grand Rapids, Michigan around 1900.
(indexed)
--Project completed.

~THE GRAHAMS OF IRELAND
A clearinghouse site for researchers of Graham families in Ireland, 1700 - 1900
--A new contributor-generated research site devoted to Graham families of Ireland during the period of 1700 to 1900. Site in early development stage yet but if you are researching the surname of Graham in Ireland, you'll want to get registered today!
--On going project.

~HISTORY of the RISE AND PROGRESS of the ALTON RIOTS
culminating in the DEATH OF REV. ELIJAH P. LOVEJOY.    November 7th, 1837
Henry Tanner
Printing House of James D. Warren, Buffalo.
Office of the "Buffalo Commercial Advertiser." 1878.
--History of an Abolitionist Editor, his work and his death.
--Project completed


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Links

These are links to work I have done and which are stored elsewhere. These links will take you from this site so please bookmark this page or use you back button to return here.

~Sunday Schools of Lake County
An account of the commencement and growth of the Sunday Schools of
Lake County, Indiana, from about 1840 to 1890.
A Semi-Centennial Volume. "One Soweth and another reapeth."
T.H. Ball,
Editor and Publisher for the Lake County S. S. Union,
Crown Point, Indiana, 1891.
Project began June 23, 2001; Completed November 17, 2001
--A history of the Sunday Schools in Lake County, Indiana. Includes hundreds of names. This work is located in
the USGenWeb Special Projects section. Tip: Use your find button to search for surnames of interest when you get
to the page.
--Project completed.

~A Citizens' History of Grand Rapids, Michigan
with program of the Campau Centennial
Compiled and Edited by William J. Etten
--Project completed.
 
 

Unusual, Funny, Helpful &/or Interesting Links

These are a few unusual links that I thought you might find interesting. Check out the how to's for
writing your own biographies!!
 
Museum of 
Hoaxes
The 
Toaster Museum

Mining Artifacts
My File
Cabinet
Unusual Tour of America Jennifer Godwin's
Homepage
The
Quackatorium
75 years of 
Band-Aid
Museum of of Menstruation and Women's Health
The Genealogy Funny Pages
How to Write a Biography by deb Christensen


 

The Biography Maker 
by Bellingham Schools


Special Thanks
I would like to thank Rootsweb for making it possible for me to have this site online and to both Rootsweb and the USGenWeb for the years of opportunities and connections in my own research. Hopefully, this site will continue their desired goals for providing free online research for both the genealogist and the historian. Thank you!


Legal Stuff
In the event that I am for whatever reason unable to maintain this site and the work within it, it is my wishes that all of this site be turned over to Rootsweb, host of this site, and to the USGenWeb together to be maintained as free sources of research online.

All materials within, to the best of my knowledge, are copyright free. Please contact me if there is any questions and/or disputes concerning such.

All materials, unless otherwise noted, can be found in the Grand Rapids Public Library, Family History Dept., Grand Rapids, Michigan. Grand Rapids Library- Local History Research Requests Information

Special thanks goes out to J.O.D.'s Place, Home of the Old Fashioned Clip Art Collection for web art found in these pages.

Send comments, questions, broken link advisory and/or suggestions to Ronnie

Copyright © 2001, 2002
by Veronica (a.k.a Ronnie) Aungst
Grand Rapids, Michigan
All rights reserved.
Email: grmira@yahoo.com

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