1673 1899 History of the town of Sunderland, Massachusetts
Genealogies of Hadley Families Embracing the Early Settlers of the Towns of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby. 1862
1673 1899 History of the Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts. 1899
Genealogy of the Graves Family in America. Three Vols. Volume I. Sketch of the Family in England. Genealogy of the Family of Thomas Graves, of Hatfield, Massachusetts. 1896
Graves Genealogy, Traced down from Thomas Graves of Hatfield, Mass., A.D. 1645 with some English Ancestors Also Collins Genealogy As connected with the Graves family and traced down from the year 1600. 1911
Historical Sketches of Watertown, Massachusetts...1893
History of Western Massachusetts, the Counties of Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin and Berkshire. 1855
History of Hadley. Including the Early History of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Massachusetts. 1905
1660 1910 The History of Hatfield Massachusetts. 1910
History of the Town of Whately, Mass. Including a Narrative of Leading Events from the First Planning of Hatfield. 1660-1871. by J H Temple. 1872
Inscriptions of the Grave Stones in the Grave Yards of Northampton and of Other Towns of the Valley of the Connecticut...1850
212th Anniversary of the Indian Attack on Hatfield, And Field-Day of the Pacumtuck Valley Memorial Association, At Hatfield, Massachusetts, Thursday, September 19th, 1889. Gazette Printing Company, 1890. Northampton, Mass.
1673 1899 History of the Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts, Which Originally Embraced Within Its Limits the Present Towns of Montague and Leverett. By John Montague Smith. Greenfield, Mass. Press of E. A. Hall & Co. 1899
Jefferson County Prior to 1797. An address delivered at the Jefferson County Centennial in June 1905. by Robert Lansing.
Rupert, VT. Historical and Descriptive. 1761-1898 by Geo. S. Hibbard. The Tuttle Company, Printers and Publishers, Rutland. VTThere are also US Federal Census microfilm from the Allen County Public Library that have been scanned as well. Some of the media that has been scanned to this website are indexed the census images are not indexed. I was fortunate to find the 1880 Census images for Linn County, Missouri! My Louthan line settled there after the Civil War.
Play with your search terms, i.e. VT is not the same as Vermont. You will need to search for all known abbreviations for the state you are researching, i.e. MA or Mass. Don't get too specific or you will miss some hits. It does take some time to go through your search results to eliminate irrelevant hits. Only you can determine what is irrelevant to you. Depending on the size of the PDF, I will view the pages online first to see if it has information that I need. If it does, then I download it. Some of these books are quite large and take some time to download on DSL.
Good luck with your search, love the hunt!