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North Lake Connections Book

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A few years back, I put together a book on the people and places of North Lake which proved to be rather popular as a reference source during discussions. Many people have asked if there are any updated books available.

As you can see from the content on this site, there is a significant increase in articles as well as the database of people. While the process of adding to the site is relatively simple, putting it together in book form is far more time consuming. Editing, formatting, adding pictures and anecdotes just to mention a few of the requirements. The total time is probably well in excess of 40 hours spread over a couple of months.

That being said, I am happy to say the an updated book is now completed.

It consists of 1450 pages divided into 7 parts: Historical background of North Lake, Communities, Migration and Settlement (a well researched paper by Rex Grady), People database, Murder in North Lake, Cemetery Burials and the 1901 and 1911 census for North Lake. The one thing not included is the birth dates of people born 1930 or later, unless dead. This is to respect their privacy.

There is a download version in PDF format (you will need Adobe Reader to view), or print if you want a hard copy. The process is fairly straight forward. Click on the link below and the download will automatically start. It is a large file that will take a few minutes to complete. If you do run into problems, please contact me by email outlining the problem. I will get back to you in very short time.

I have looked at producing a hard copy version but the cost is not exactly enticing.

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