Monroe County Library System Pioneer Families’ Heritage Certificate
Bibliography of books that mention the
Original Settlers of the Erie District of the Michigan Territory
Now known as Monroe County, Michigan
By Raymond M. Dushane
Bartolo, Ghislaine Pieters and Lynn Waybright Reaume, comp. The Cross Leads
Generations On: A Bicentennial Retrospect: 1788-1988. St. Mary of the
Immaculate Conception Church (Monroe, Mich.) Tappan, NY: Custombook, 1988.
Carter, Clarence Edwin. comp. and ed. The Territorial Papers of the United States.
Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942, 1973.
Denissen, Christian. Rev ed. Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River
Region 1701-1936. Editor, Harold Frederic Powell ; 1987 Revision Editor, Robert L.
Pilon ; 1987 Revision Assistant Editor, Stephen F. Keller. Detroit: Detroit Society
for Genealogical Research, 1987.
Marquardt, Irma B. Pageant of Historic Monroe, June 23-24, 1926. Monroe, MI:
Lamour Printing, 1926.
Peck, Paul R. Landsmen of Monroe County; an Atlas and Plat of First Landowners of
Monroe County, Michigan. Clark Lake, MI: Liberty Town Press, 1984.
Records of the Adjutant General’s Office, 1780’s – 1917. Record Group 94. Section
94.2.2 Orders, Muster Rolls, and Returns. National Archives, Washington, D.C., no
date. Microfilm Publications: M29, M617, M654, M665, M690, M691, M727, M728,
M744, M851, M852, M1094, T1085, T1114, T1115.
Russell, Donna Valley. Michigan Censuses 1710-1830 under the French, British, and
Americans. Detroit: Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Inc., 1982.
St. Antoine / St. Mary Church Records, Archdiocese of Detroit, MI. Microfilm. Ellis
Reference and Information Center, Monroe, Michigan. Death 1795-1984. Marriage
1794-1908. Baptism 1794-1907.
Wagner, Karen M. Emerson. Et al. Souls of St. Antoine's Cemetery of Frenchtown,
Michigan, and Their Heroines. Monroe, MI: Frenchtown Chapter of the French-
Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan, c2000.