This is a small electronic publishing company owned and operated by Patricia Mullaney. We will be periodically releasing genealogies, family histories and material related to genealogical and historical research.
Publishing Format: All our books are published in the Adobe Acrobat format. They are all cross-platform Mac/PC and will run on either a Macintosh or PC system.
Shipping: We ship media mail. Delivery should normally take 3-4 days or less.
Cookies: There are no cookies on our site. We do not track people who visit this web site. We do not for any reason sell, trade or give away any information given to us when placing an order.
Credit Cards: Because we are a small company we are using PayPal to handle credit card orders over the internet. We also take orders via snail mail. PayPal will not share information with a third party.
Links on our site: We have put a few pages of links on this site that may be helpful mainly to people doing genealogical and historical research. We are not trying to compete with websites that have thousands of links. We are just giving people who may be just starting to do research a place to start.
Book searches: We have put up a page of book links. If you are looking for an out-of-print book you may find it there. If you email us we won't be able to give you any more help than you will find on the book links page. Sorry.
E-Mail: We try to respond to all the mail we receive. If you see something on these pages that you really like, if you have a complaint or a suggestion - we would like to hear from you. Please feel free to contact us by e-mail anytime.
Publishing Your Book: We only publish our own books. In the book links you might find someone who can publish your book or find some help to find someone who will publish it. Sorry.
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Availability: Some important genealogies and historical books that were published 100 years ago or more are no longer in print. They can only be obtained through a rare book dealer at great expense. Some books that have been republished are again out of print. If a book is published electronically it can be obtained at any time for about the same cost as when it was originally released on disk. It is not necessary to run off 10,000 copies. One copy can be reproduced in a short amount of time - any time. Also known as POD or Print On Demand.
Convenience: Many of the genealogies and other material used for reference work were not indexed at the time of their publication or only had a limited index. The Descendants of David Evans is one of these books. If you are looking for a particular date or place or event in our books you can search the text to find what you are looking for without having to do a manual search which is required with a "hard copy."
Storage: Less space is required to store a computer disk than a book. Backups can be made of a disk. You do not have to worry about acid leak, pages disintegrating, foxing or discoloration and myriad other problems connected with aging books written on paper.
Printing: If you wish a printed copy of certain parts of an electronic book you can print out just the information you are interested in or the entire book can be printed out if that is desired.
Print Size: For people who have problems reading small text, the text in our electronic books can be enlarged in Acrobat for easier reading.
Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded over the internet for free at this link. It is furnished free with your order and is available in both PC and Macintosh format. If you visit Adobe's site you will find downloads for other formats as well.
Dates Old Style/New Style: The Gregorian calendar instituted by Pope Gregory abolished the ancient Julian calendar because of its error of one day in every 128 years had moved the vernal equinox to March 11. Gregory restored the vernal equinox to March 21. The British government imposed the Gregorian calendar on all its possessions, including the American colonies, in 1752. The British decreed that the day following Sept. 2, 1752, should be called Sept. 14, a loss of 11 days. All dates preceding were marked O.S., for Old Style. In addition, New Year's Day was moved to Jan. 1 from Mar. 25 (under the old reckoning, Mar. 24, 1700, had been followed by Mar. 25, 1701). George Washington's birth date, which was Feb. 11, 1731, O.S., became Feb. 22, 1732, New Style (N.S.).
This page last updated March 20, 2010