|Title and Info||Where to get it:|
|Ann Arbor the Changing Scene|
Adam Christman, 1984,
|Cemetery Inscriptions in Washtenaw County Cemeteries 1825-1940|
|Cemetery Inscriptions of Saline Township, Washtenaw County, Michigan|
, 1984, Inscriptions of four rural cemeteries with history and plot maps. Oakhill Cemetery, Saline City, not included. Paper, 63 pages, indexed.
|Combination atlas Map of Washtenaw County, Michigan|
Everts and Alexander, 1874,
|Directory of Cemeteries of Washtenaw County, Michigan|
Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, 1997, Descriptions of all known cemeteries arranged by township with location maps. Sources of known tombstone transcriptions are noted. Spiral bound, 48 pages.
|Family History Capers|
Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, , This journal, published quarterly since 1977, emphasizes county records and history and includes queries and materials by members on their families and research. A master index is available here. Starting with volume 8 (1984-85), an annual volume index is included with issue #4. [specify the volume number and issue number at checkout]
|Family Maps of Washtenaw County, Michigan|
Gregory A. Boyd J.D., 2010, 322 pages with 65 total maps Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Washtenaw County, Michigan, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery.
|History of Washtenaw County, Michigan (Volume 1)|
Chas. C. Chapman & Co., 2012, Editions vary. Read descriptions carefully.
|History of Washtenaw County, Michigan (Volume 2)|
Chas. C. Chapman & Co., 1881, Editions vary. Read descriptions carefully.
|Index of 1894 Census for Washtenaw County, Michigan|
The Sarah Caswell Angell Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1984, All names found on the Michigan State Census for 1894, listed alphabetically. The location of the original census as well as the microfilm copy is noted. Includes a separate supplement. Unbound photocopy, 225 pages.
|Index to (Ann Arbor) State journal and (Ann Arbor) Michigan State Journal 9-10-1835 to 3-17-1847|
Louis Wm Doll and Kenneth Croft, 1987,
|Index to Adam Christman's Ann Arbor: The Changing Scene|
Ellen Stamelos, 2002, 42 pages.
|Index to Grace Shackman's Ann Arbor in the 19th Century, A Photographic History|
Ellen Stamelos, 2002, 24 pages.
|Index to James Mann's Ypsilanti, A History in Pictures|
Ellen Stamelos, 2004, 20 pages.
|Index to O. W. Stephenson's Ann Arbor: The First Hundred Years|
Ellen Stamelos, 2001, 84 pages.
|Index to the Michigan Argus, 2-12-1835 to 7-25-1839|
Louis William Doll, ,
|Inscriptions of Bethel Cemetery, Freedom Township, Washtenaw County, Michigan|
Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, 2004, 82 pages.
|Inscriptions of Lodi Cemetery, Lodi Township, Washtenaw County, Michigan|
Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, 2004, 112 pages.
|Lest it be Forgotten|
Gertrude Hiscock Nanry, 1987,
|Only A Few Bones|
John Philip Colletta, Direct Descent, 2000, 436 pages.
|Past and Present of Washtenaw Co., MI|
Samuel W. Beakes, 1906, Editions vary. Read descriptions carefully.
|Portrait and Biographical Album of Washtenaw County, Michigan|
Biographical publishing Co., 1891, Editions vary. Read descriptions carefully.
|Scio Village: Ghost town with a past, ninety years of forgotten history, 1827-1917|
Nicholas A. Marsh, 1993,
|Township plats of Washtenaw County, Michigan|
Paul Weinlander, 1934,
|Washtenaw County Michigan Relatives|
B. T. Stollsteimer, 1993,
|Washtenaw County, Michigan, Plat Maps 1856 and 1864|
Nancy H. Krohn and Mary L. Liskow, Editors, 1997, Reproduction in atlas form of the township maps from Bechler & Wenig 1856 and Samuel Geil 1864 wall maps with every-name index to land owners and business lists. Cemetery, church, school, and post-office locations identified. Hardcover, 175 pages, indexed.
|Washtenaw County: An Illustrated History|
Ruth Birgitta Anderson Bordin, 1988,
Washtenaw County Historical Society, 1980,
|Ypsilanti: A History in Pictures (MI) (Images of America)|
James Thomas Mann, 2002,