The UW Libraries has the largest book collection in the state with over 7 million volumes. Included in the collection are many primary and secondary sources that may be useful to family historians such as: The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, Mining cultures: men, women, and leisure in Butte, 1914-41 and Die Inschriften der Stadt Fritzlar.
apache indian reservation
london court records
regimental histories civil war ohio
registers of birth massachusetts
wills lincoln england
Note down the library name and call number -- you need this information to locate the book.
The UW Libraries has a fairly small collection of genealogical reference books but an extensive collection of history-related reference works including encyclopedias and biographical dictionaries. See the various regional and topical sections of the History Research Guide for these titles. Larger collections of genealogical reference books can be found at local public libraries including the main branch of the Seattle Public Library, Fiske Genealogical Library, Seattle Genealogical Society and the Family History Center.
Sample titles available at the UW Libraries:
The UW Libraries has three major collections digitized collection of books that can be useful for genealogists researching colonial America and early modern British history.