In addition to 700+ family genealogies, several printed English parish registers, dozens of Texas and Missouri local histories, issues of the periodical Pilgrim Notes and Queries, Michigan military records, marriage abstracts from several Kentucky counties, 5 volumes of the Adjutant General of Illinois records from the Civil War, and Latin for Local History: An Introduction, as well as many other titles were all digitized in July.
You can read Nathan Murphy's full report at http://goo.gl/KaC1F. That web page also has pointers to the complete list of books uploaded during July.
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