History of The 353rd Infantry Regiment, 89th
DIVISION, NATIONAL ARMY,
SEPTEMBER, 1917 JUNE, 1919
From the Preface to "History of The 353rd Infantry Regiment, 89th Division, (that was founded Sept. 5, 1917) National Army". Published By The 353rd Infantry Society in 1921: "This history is dedicated to the men on the honor roll of the 353rd Infantry. Its purpose is to put into concrete and abiding record the service of the entire regiment, which required of these men on the honor roll the supreme sacrifice. Space allows for a general presentation of experience only. Those who were "there" will recall similar incidents for their own home circles." You will find the complete history of the 353rd Regiment, 89th Division on their service during World War I. It's one of the more interesting books that I've done, since it taught me so much about WWI and what the men went through at that time. This book contains a complete roster of the division, with lots of names with their home towns.
Wonderful photos, & maps, and transcribed by Connie Snyder of NEGenWeb, fondly also called our "Mother Hen" who is also busy transcribing more data for the library that we know you will appreciate.
A Visit Through the Eyes
of Old Topeka
A neat little souvenir booklet with exquisite photos from 1886.
Stage to California"
1901 by F. A. Root and Wm. Connelley -
Frank Root was messenger on stagecoach line and early employee of the US postal service. Material related to KS, CO & NE, includes information on Overland drivers, messengers & station keepers. PONY EXPRESS chapter. Photos & biographical information for some people who are difficult to trace. Original index included. Transcribed by Ted & Carole Miller.
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Livingston County MI Historical & Genealogical Site