Books for Genealogists and Local Historians
If you’d like to look at our complete list of books, click here.
This series of books will help genealogists or local historians demystify the publishing process so that you can act as your own publisher, producing books that look like they have been professionally published. Even if you want to save your research for the next generation of researchers, publishing is easy enough today, that anyone who can research can publish. Get started creating treasures for your family and local community. To learn more, click here.
The Directory of Genealogical and Historical Societies, Libraries and Museums in the US and Canada is published biennially. The 2018 edition contains more than 22,000 genealogical and historical societies, 10,000 public and private libraries, archives and collections; and 15,000 historical, home, schoolhouse, pioneer and depot museums. To learn more, click here.
“… A welcome resource for genealogists who have exhausted local or state sources.”
Indexes make record sets more usable for researchers. In this collection, you’ll find dozens of indexes of Boulder, Colorado and vicinity record sets that have been indexed and annotated. There are also cemetery books and local histories. To learn more, click here.
Order by Mail
Our books are available for sale through this website, other online book sellers, and the Ingram catalog. If you would prefer to order by mail, we are happy to accept purchase orders from public libraries. Individuals please send payment with your order. Our mailing address is: P.O. Box 999, Niwot, CO 80544.