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Family Tree Maker immigrant histories. Huguenot settlers in North America and Europe, 1600s-1900s [electronic resource].

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  • ISBN: 157944153X
  • ISBN: 9781579441531
  • Physical Description: 1 computer optical disc ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 user's manual (23 p. ; 12 cm.)
  • Publisher: [Novato, CA] : Learning Co. ; c1998.

Content descriptions

General Note: Title from disc surface.
"Family Tree Maker's Family Archives"--Container insert.
"CD #600."
Summary, etc.: "Contains electronically searchable text of the pages from seventeen volumes of French Protestant, or Huguenot, family and immigrant histories ... these books contain biographies, narratives, and records that trace the Huguenot migration through Europe to Canada and the United States. The volumes include a searchable index of approximately 19,000 Huguenot immigrants, although many more family members are included in the body of the text."--Container.
System Details Note: System requirements: CD-ROM drive; version 3.02 or higher of Family Tree Maker for Windows, or version 4.01 or higher of the Family Archive viewer.

Available copies

  • 1 copy at Merrimack Valley Library Consortium. (Show)
  • 1 copy at Andover. (Show)
  • 1 copy at Memorial Hall Library.

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0 current holds with 1 total copy.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Collection Status Due Date
Memorial Hall Library CD-ROM (Text) Stacks Available -
Subject: Computer files
Huguenots > United States > History.
Huguenots > United States > Genealogy.
Huguenots > Canada > History.
Huguenots > Canada > Genealogy.
Huguenots > History
Huguenots > Genealogy.
Topic Heading: Computer files.
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