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Bush family

Works: 346 works in 578 publications in 7 languages and 21,812 library holdings
Genres: Personal correspondence  Biography  Sources  Archives  History  Academic theses  Correspondence  Military history  Diaries  Genealogy 
Roles: Author
Classifications: E838.5, 973.928
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All the best, George Bush : [my life in letters, and other writings] by George Bush( Recording )

1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection of letters, diary entries, and memos, with accompanying commentary provide an intimate and insightful portrayal of the forty-first president of the United States
George Bush by United States( )

1 edition published in 1965 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is the story of George Washington Bush and the five pioneering families and two bachelors, who, thirty-one in all, crossed to the north of the Columbia River in 1845 and made the first permanent American settlement in the area which is known today as Washington State. It is the story of these people, their settlement at Tumwater, WA and their contribution to the growth and developement of Washington Territory. It includes the list of the Bush-Simmons Party of 1845, a chronological time line for the Bush Family and the genealogy of the Bush family
Bush and Chamberlain families correspondence, diaries and genealogical research by Bush (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

James Clark Bush of Waterbury, Connecticut, married the eldest daughter of Edward M. Stanton, Eleanor Stanton. Bush was a Major in the United States Army. This collection consists of their correspondence and papers, those of James' sister Lucy Peck Bush, and the papers of James and Eleanor's daughter Eleanor Bush and her husband Weston P. Chamberlain. The bulk of the correspondence relates to genealogical research, although there are letters to Eleanor from her husband James Bush, and some family correspondence, particularly between Lucy Peck Bush and Eleanor Bush Chamberlain. Weston P. Chamberlain's correspondence concerns land he owned in Florida and apparently wanted to sell. Weston is also represented by two diaries, the one from 1896 stating clearly on the fly leaf that it was to be destroyed upon his death
by Bush (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Receipts, letters, accounts, military papers, and memorabilia, 1912-ca. 1905, of Andrew L. Bush, Fannie Bush, William Bush, and other members of the Bush family, with a clipping describing the gift of these items, 1983; biographical notes on Elizabeth Bush (1862-1948); account book of A.L. Bush, 1864-1868, concerning weighing charges for coal, hay, and straw; daybooks and sales books from the hardware/lumber business of W.L. Bush, 1863-1868; two maps of land owned by William Bush, 1865; and a drawing of the Bush homestead, 1933
Correspondence and other material by Bush (Family :( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection, containing letters, journals, newspaper articles, and other family correspondence, has been organized into folders by year, starting in 1846 and ending in 1960
William Henry Bush : the civil war's youngest person in uniform? by Steve Willis( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

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Audience level: 0.16 (from 0.09 for The faith ... to 0.99 for Papers, 18 ...)

The family : the real story of the Bush dynastyThe faith of George W. BushFirst son : George W. Bush and the Bush family dynastyThe Bushes : portrait of a dynastyBarbara Bush : matriarch of a dynastyFamily of secrets : the Bush dynasty, the powerful forces that put it in the White House, and what their influence means for AmericaW : revenge of the Bush dynastyCronies : oil, the Bushes, and the rise of Texas, America's superstate