Researching the Early History of Black Lives in the Connecticut River Valley
Vital records contain essential genealogical information - birth, marriage, and death dates. Vital records information may also appear in such secondary sources as church, court, military, and probate records; census schedules; city directories; newspapers; pension applications; and tombstone inscriptions.
The W.E.B. Du Bois Library's collection is especially rich in Massachusetts resources and also includes some vital records from other states, Canada, and Europe.
Selective List of Materials in the W.E.B. Du Bois Library
colonists: Windsor 1635-1703 - Holbrook, Jay Mack
Call Number: F 104 W7 H65 1986
History of ancient Woodbury, Connecticut, from the first Indian deed in 1659 including the present towns of Washington, Southbury, Bethlem, Roxbury, and a part of Oxford and Middlebury - Cothren, William
Call Number: F 104 W88 C6 1871 Volumes 1-3
History of Durham, Connecticut, from the first grant of land in 1662 to 1866 - Fowler, William Chauncey
Call Number: F 104 D9 F7
History of Simsbury, Granby, and Canton: from 1642 to 1845 - Phelps, Noah A.
Call Number: Special Collections F 104 S61 P53
History of Stamford, Connecticut, 1641-1868, including Darien until 1820 - Huntington, E. B.
Call Number: F 104 S8 H9 1979
Vital records of Bolton to 1854 and Vernon to 1852
Call Number: F 104 B55 B5
Vital records of New Haven, 1649-1850
Call Number: F 104 N6 N66
Vital records of Norwich, 1659-1848
Call Number: F 104 N93 N68 Volumes 1-2
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