OMAHS - Publications
 
 

 

The publications listed below are available for sale. Send your order with check to Mary Norbut, c/o OMAHS, 18763 Highway 21 North, Cadet, Mo 63630 (Postage included, unless indicated).

1890 PARISH CENSUS OF ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MO. A facsimile of the census written by Rev. E. T. Gallaher, 58 pp $15.00

1899 PARISH CENSUS OF ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MO. Compiled from original parish census by Alvin Politte, 1986, 59 pp $15.00

1830 FEDERAL CENSUS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY $15.00  

FEDERAL CENSUS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, MO - BOYERS 1830 - 1880 Newly revised edition now includes all BOYERS in the 1900 Washington County Federal Census. A time saving tool for Boyer Family researchers! by Patricia Weeks, May 1993, Revised August 2005 (50pp) $15.00

FEDERAL CENSUS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, MO - PORTAIS 1830 - 1880 by Patricia Weeks, May 1993, 6 pp $5.00

FEDERAL CENSUS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, MO - MISPLAYS 1840 - 1880 by Patricia Weeks, May 1993, 5 pp $5.00

THE COLEMAN FAMILY HISTORY by E. Curran McCormick (sixth printing) Newly revised version of the OMAHS staple contains a wealth of information for the Old Mines researcher focusing on the Francois Coleman family and several allied families. Sources are verified and documented by Pat Weeks 48 pp $25.00

MUNDY - A GENEALOGY OF THE FAMILY by Earl "Wes" Mundy, Jr. Detailed research of the descendants of Peter Mundy and Marguerite Corrigan. July 1996, 52 pp $14.00

TRUDEAUS IN MISSOURI by Patricia Weeks. Detailed research of author's lineage. 1700-1860. Includes Trudeau households of Washington County, MO in the 1830 - 1880 Federal Census. 1979, 7 pp $5.00

THE BEQUETTES - FAMILY HISTORY & STORIES by Victoria Bequette Wold. Family tales of Justin Bequette, Theodore T. Bequette, and Mary M.I. Charboneaiu. 1983, 10 pp $5.00

NICOLAS BOYER AND DOROTHEE OLIVIER LEAVE THEIR MARK by Patricia Weeks. A documented resume of the Boyer family from 1642 to 1785, with translation of Nicolas' grave; will, inventory, and sale. 24 pp $12.00

THE VILLMER FAMILY by Ben Villmer. Seven generations of a Villmer family of the Old Mines area consisting of a narrative, family group sheets, a detailed ancestor chart, and a few photos. April 1995, 43 pp $14.00

CHRONOLOGY OF THE OLD MINES AREA by Natalie Villmer. A historical timeline of Old Mines. Sept 1973, 11 pp $3.00.

THE DESCENDANTS & ANCESTORS OF JOSEPH ADOLPHE BAPTISTE SANSOUCIE & MARIE BARBE ROULEAU by Wayne A. Sanders. Lots of pedigree charts, several photo reproductions and a brief family history, June 1990, 39 pp $14.00

THE TIME OF THE FRENCH IN THE HEART OF NORTH AMERICA 1673-1818. 3rd Edition 2000, final printing by Charles J. Balesi. A "must have" for all history buffs focusing on the Mississippi Valley French. Easy to read and filled with fascinating facts. 348 pp $28.00

LES NOMS DES VIEILLE FAMILLE DE LA REGION LA VIEILLE MINES by Kent Beaulne, Judith Escoffier, and Patricia Weeks. Shows the evolution of various surnames of the area from 1700 to 1900, 1982, 11 pp $4.00

OLD MINES FRENCH LESSONS #1 - #8 by Dr. Rosemary Hyde Thomas. Text and lessons in the dialect of the Old Mines Area. Includes songs and history used in her Old Mines French class, 1978, 107pp $16.00

LA CONCESSION DE LA VIEILLE MINE by Kent Beaulne. Plat of the 31 original Spanish land grants known as the Old Mines Concession, suitable for framing, 1990, 15" x 20" $6.00

TUNES FROM THE PAPAW PATCH - La Guillonée Vol. 1. Re-release on compact disc of a 1956 recording of the Guillonée performed by Old Mines residents. First edition of music compiled by resident historian Kent Beaulne and Natalie Villmer with future projects to include re-mastering of some songs recoded by Joseph Médard Carrière. A companion booklet with narratives on La Guillonée is included. $15.00

THE PETROGLYPHS AND PICTOGRAPHS OF MISSOURI by Carol Diaz-Granados and James Duncan. This book documents Missouri's rich array of petroglyphs and pictographics, analyzing many of these rock carvings and paints to show how representations of ritual activities can enhance our understanding of Native American culture. Carol and Jim have mapped the patterning of 58 major motifs across the state. Distribution maps show how motifs provide clues to patterns of movement among prehistoric peoples and the the range of belief systems. 331 pp $30.00

THE WAY WE WERE:
VOL. 1 FRENCH INVOLVEMENT IN NORTH AMERICA 402 pp - $23.00
VOL. 2 OUR FRENCH CANADIAN/ACADIAN ANCESTORS 525 pp - $29.00
by Zacharcy M. (Jack) DuClos, PH.D. A two volume set about the involvement of our French ancestors in the history of North America. Very detailed.

Volume One is sub-titled "French Involvement in North America"; Volume Two is sub-titled "Our French/Acadian Ancestors" covering the biographies of 130 French- Canadian families, whose descendants migrated to the Mississippi River areas of the U.S. Both Volumes $45.00

THE DIGGINS: There is a wealth of information in past issues.
Volume 1, Issue I thru Volume 8 , Issue 4 $2.00 per issue
Volume 9, Issue I thru current, $4.00 per issue

NEW:

The History of Richwoods, MO - $25.00 by Leroy Godat. Covering a span of 200 years, this book includes over a thousand names and dates associated with past residents. Including cemetery records, maps and geography, this book also includes information on the Spanish Land Grants in the Richwoods Area.

Becket, Becquette, Beckett, Bequette Family: A detailed decescendant outline for the Bequette Family from its beginnings in America - Based on an earlier Bequet Family book by Eugene Austin Beckett, this book expands the information previously given and includes the research from the Bequette Family database maintained by and researched by Tanit Langley and Pat Moore. Containing more than 325 pages of detailed information, it includes all subsidiary families including Coleman, Bequette, Degonia, Boyer, Juliette/Juellerat/Jullerat and other extended family ties. Also includes marriage records, obituaries and military records from other major databases. Includes over 12,000 names. Authors: Eugene Austin Beckett, Tanit Langley and Pat Moore - $45.00

ALL OF THESE BY MARY C PASHIA NORBUT: These are accounts of families with research completed by Mary Catherine Norbut and offered through OMAHS - source information is not included:

Descendants of chief (François Xavier) ROUENSA $25.00   

Descendants of NICHOLOS ANTOINE I BOYER       $25.00

Descendants of RAYMOND PAGE    $25.00     

Descendants of JOHN ROBERT/ROBART    $25.00     .

Descendants of ETIENNE THIBAULT    $25.00  

Descendants of FRANCOIS RICARD       $25.00  

Descendants of HEINRICH KUHLMAN    $25.00   

Descendants of FRANCOIS PORTAIS      $25.00   

Descendants of FRANCOIS BOURASSA I    $25.00    

Descndants of HUGH O’DOHERTY      $25.00    

2 BOOK SET BY KENT BEAULNE:

WELCOME TO THE MINING COUNTRY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 1723-1998                    
THE USE OF HAND FORGED IRON CROSSES AS CEMETARY MARKERS   Both for $6.00

DESCENDANTS/ANCESTORS OF JOSEPH ADOLPHE BAPTISTE SANSOUCIE & MARIE ROULEAU
$14.00            

ON CD: Many of the photos are from their own family archives $10.00 per disk

CHILDHOOD MEMORIES OF LOCAL RESIDENTS OF OLD MINES, MO AREA - Men's disk contains photos, music and memories of Old Mines from these life-long residents - all over 70 years old:
"THE MEN" WILBURN BOYER, PAUL SAMPSON, BENNY THEBEAU, AND ALVIN WARDEN

CHILDHOOD MEMORIES OF LOCAL RESIDENTS OF OLD MINES, MO AREA - Women's disk contains photos, traditions and memories of Old Mines from the perspective of a woman living in the area over 70 years ago:
“THE WOMEN”  REGINA BEQUETTE BROWN, MARCELLA RODERICK PINSON, ANN ROBART PRATT AND MAMIE COURTWAY.

 

 

 

     
   

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19065 Highway 21 North
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