Special Author Offer – through Thanksgiving 2016 Thursday, Aug 25 2016 

Electronic Book Conversion – Discounts for all

Choose free electronic service, 50% off, or deeper discounts, depending on what is most helpful to you:

FREE: Submit a copy of your manuscript in MS Word and we’ll convert it to PDF at no charge. Electronic approval is required before using converted PDF for print production. These electronic book files are meant for personal and family use and enjoyment, as they will contain no Copyright or Digital Rights Management (DRM) protections.

OR Interested in a PDF book manuscript from hard copy? If it is document feedable, we will only charge a penny a page to convert (at least 50% savings)

OR EPUB file (more “traditional” EBook format) of interest? Basic file conversion is free, but seldom does a basic conversion result in a file authors are happy with due to the differences between the printed page and EBook formatting. If further services are desired, they can be billed at only $10.00 hour – over 50% savings.

Electronic file offers may be combined and files provided via Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box.com free of charge. Mailed file services available for a fee.

To qualify for your choice of special offer, you must do the following:

  • Send your manuscript (with production instructions and discount code), mailing information, and deposit to arrive at the publisher postmarked no later than 11-25-16 with code.

  • Use this Discount Code ONLY: “ENov16Conv”.

Catalog Savings Through September 2016 – Mexican War Tuesday, Aug 23 2016 

Order and receive 10% Retail Pricing Listed (terms below)

The Mexican War: The Missouri Mounted Volunteers Volume 1, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2004. 8½x11″, softbound book, 226 pages, 3386 names of the 1st and 2nd Regiments and Associated Separate Unites – includes Rosters and Articles about their Service. AD1077-$29.00

The Mexican War, Volume 2, The Missouri Volunteers of Company I and Unit Roster of 2nd Regiment Mexican War Companies and Roster for 3rd Regiment Company E, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2004. 8½x11″, softbound book, 146 pages. Over 1627 Surname References – Includes Addendum on Veterans of Earlier Wars. Previous title: Marion County, Missouri Volume 2: The Volunteers of Company I and Unit Roster of Second Regiment Mexican War Companies and Roster for 3rd Regiment Company E. AD1067-$26.00

The Mexican War: Index for Missouri Militia Muster Records, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2005. 8½x11″, softbound book, 256 pages, 8981 names. Organized by Companies with alphabetical index. AD1078-$29.00

Mexican War Index to Pension Files 1886-1926, by Navena Hembree Troxel & Susan Merrill Warner. All 8½x11″, softbound books. Index from complete Microfilm T-317 series.  Individual entry information includes soldier & wife/widow names, soldier’s application number, states/counties where soldier served, widow’s application number, states/counties where widow filed or was residing as well as state/county where soldier served and in what capacity as well as service date(s) if given.

    • G5001-$20.00-Volume 1 – A – Bandy, Richard R., 104 pages
    • G5002-$20.00-Volume 2 – Bandy, William J. Bryant, John R., 116 pages
    • G5003-$20.00-Volume 3 – Bryant, John Cooke, Bolivar H., 108 pages
    • G5004-$20.00-Volume 4 – Cooke, Charles P. Dyson, George Washington, 114 pages
    • G5005-$20.00-Volume 5 – Eacret, William H. Girrard, James S., 108 pages

G5006-$20.00-Volume 6Girten, Peter – Hoagland, Lucas, 114 pages

  • G5007-$20.00-Volume 7 – Hoahe, Chris – Klein, John, 116 pages
  • G5008-$20.00-Volume 8 – Klein, John Jacob – McNaughton, James, 108 pages
  • G5009-$20.00-Volume 9 – McNaughton, Lawrence – Nichols, James R., 112 pages
  • G5010-$20.00-Volume 10 – Nichols, James T. – Rhea, Charles, 112 pages
  • G5011-$20.00-Volume 11 – Rhea, Horace P. – Smith, James T., 118 pages
  • G5012-$20.00-Volume 12 – Smith, J. – Vickers, Henry, 118 pages
  • G5013-$20.00-Volume 13 – Vickers, Henry – Zwick, William, 112 pages

Mexican War Index to Pension Files 1886-1926, by Navena Hembree Troxel & Susan Merrill Warner all above softbound volumes in this complete 2 volume  8½x11″, 1460 pages hardbound set G5014-$300.00

Orders must be postmarked before September 30, 2016
Copy of sale header/graphic must be sent with mailed order (PayPal should request billing with this link).
Total minimum sale item order of $10.00, excluding S&H.

Welcome one and all! Monday, Dec 22 2008 

We are an independent publisher, specializing in genealogy and history. In business since 1970, we have been online since the 1980’s, but this is our first blog. First known as Gregath Company and more recently as The Gregath Publishing Company, we incorporated in 2010. Locally, our print shop is known as Timbercreek Limited. Feel free to poke around, visit the websites listed, and comment. We look forward to growing and expanding our service and support for the next 40 years – and beyond!

Visit our full website – click here.

Click here for our catalog of books for sale.

July-August 2016 Magazine Tuesday, Aug 23 2016 

What’s It Mean? A-Z
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Lining (super, mull, crash, and gauze): Material used to reinforce spines of library bound books.  This material is a part of the end paper system and provides the means for a firm connection between text block and cover, giving shape and firmness to the book.
Logo: Usually the following text printed in four lines centered at the bottom of the verso: Printed in the United States of America from author submitted camera ready copy by: Gregath Company, Inc. P O BOX 505 – Wyandotte, OK 74370 http://www.gregathcompany.com.

Manuscript Page Number (Electronic):  See Page Number

Margins: See Print Margin

*Mechanical binding: Bindings utilizing a mechanical medium of fastening such as wires, staples, or plastic. Gregath classified as soft or hard type binding.

Terms marked with an asterisk (*) are not generally used in our office.
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For other writing, printing, publishing, marketing lingo, check our glossaries at
http://www.gregathcomany.com/info/dictionary and
http://www.gregathcompany.com/info/dictionary/writers.html
Run across a word that you don’t understand?  Try us – email us your word, term or phrase and we will see if we can shed some light on the matter!
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Design Inspiration
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Many times an author may wish to include a large format map, photo, document, or other element that doesn’t fit well into the chosen book format size. With an 8.5×11″ book, depending on the item, a double page spread may provide a bit more space for these items. Sometimes the double page spread works and other times it still may not provide enough space to do the item justice. In addition to including it via QR code or in some other electronic format, consider including it large format. Depending on your budget, this can be a folded item loose inside the cover, placed in an enclosure, or bound directly into the spine.
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Book Manufacturing Concepts
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Benefits of our POD Publishing Offerings

  • Our range of manuscript upload options keeps growing. Currently available Dropbox, Google Drive, Box.com and mailed media such as CD.
  • Flexible shipping options from shipping all books to you, shipping to individual end buyer, or a mix of the two – in a variety of classes through several carriers.
  • Produced 100% in the USA with as much American made materials as we can.

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This section is drawn from
http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/pod

Brown ink on cream/ivory paper is an economical alternative to using parchment for medium to large publications – for ultra short publication, or black on cream/ivory is a great choice as it economically reproduces better than textured/parchment paper.
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The same people claiming direct mail doesn’t net enough return also claim print is dead. Don’t discount direct mailing for promotion. Some content ideas include:

  • Moving, moved, or adding a new store or branch
  • Adding, changing or discontinuing contact information such as phone, email, website, and social media

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This section is drawn from
http://www.gregathcompany.com/service/shipping/businessmailuses.html

Conventional website elements can be used equally effectively in a blog or social media account format. To view more suggestions visit our Marketing/Website page.
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One never knows what information is online, unless you have exemplary search skills, or people share unique “small” resources. One such online source is for the Cook County Cemetery in Dunning, Illinois (Chicago area). This website covers “only” 38,000 burials that included many institutional interments. The site provides more information besides just the database as well. http://www.cookcountycemetery.com/
Is your research style “direct decent”? If so, in areas of difficulty, don’t forget to gather all information available on all family members – even those without children (issue). There may be clues – or even actual information you seek – in records, newspaper items, etc. for siblings, aunts, etc.

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*For search engine submission, look for links on your favorite search engines and/or run “search submission” or similar searches for lots of places to start. Note even direct search engine submission is not instant – it can still take weeks, so don’t put it off in your marketing plan.

Did you know Family Search has an extensive program to share many books freely online, and others with fair use restrictions?
Read more about it http://www.ancestryinsider.org/2014/09/familysearchs-electronic-books-byufhgc.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed: AncestryInsider (The Ancestry Insider)

Retreat 2016 Date Update Monday, Jun 6 2016 

Apologies to all who have seen our printed flyers. We just found out from a lovely lady in Topeka that we’ve been printing the wrong dates on the flyers! While we will have bonus pre-retreat activities on Sunday, October 2 for full package attendees – the 2 day retreat starts on Monday the 3rd. Please feel free to share the corrected flyer far and wide. A fill-able PDF format flyer is available at our website.FlyerPhoto

June E-Magazine Thursday, Jun 2 2016 

What’s It Mean? A-Z
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Library Binding Institute (LBI): The main trade associating representing the binding industry. They collaborated with the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) to produce the American National Standard fro library binding.

Line Spacing: Actual space between lines of text characters on a page.  The standard computer default of “single” can be “squeezed” or “expanded” as space allows.

Terms marked with an asterisk (*) are not generally used in our office.

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For other writing, printing, publishing, marketing lingo, check our glossaries at
http://www.gregathcomany.com/info/dictionary and
http://www.gregathcompany.com/info/dictionary/writers.html

Run across a word that you don’t understand? Try us – email us your word, term or phrase and we will see if we can shed some light on the matter!
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Design Inspiration
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Here are what are considered standard industry terms with approximate heights:

Double elephant folio 50″
Atlas folio 25″
Elephant folio 23″
F = folio 15″ (coffee table book)
Q = quarto (4to) 12″ (telephone book)
O = octavo (8vo) 9″ (standard hardcover)
D = duodecimo (12mo) 7″ (standard paperback)
S = sixteenmo (16mo) 6″
T = twentyfourmo (24mo) 5″
thirtytwomo (32mo) 5″
fortyeightmo (48mo) 4″
sixtyfourmo (64mo) 3″

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Book Manufacturing Concepts
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Benefits of our POD Publishing Offerings

  • True 600 dpi digital reproduction for high quality books.
  • Basic promotional pieces are easily designed, produced, and mailed as specified.

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The same people claiming direct mail doesn’t net enough return also claim print is dead. Don’t discount direct mailing for promotion. Some content ideas include:

  • Offer free information that is of service to buyers (tips, tricks, hacks, advice, etc.)
  • Invite them personally to an event or to take advantage of your services
  • Further promotion: think of things you can do for your customers!

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The Online Catalog for the California State Archives

Online access to summary descriptions of the vast documentary treasures maintained by the California State Archives. A division of the Office of the Secretary of State, the California State Archives is responsible for the management and preservation of state government records. Within the more than 300 million items in its collections are documents from the state’s first constitutional convention in 1849, land grant records of the Spanish and Mexican eras, campaign contribution statements, State Supreme Court and Courts of Appeal case files, legislative committee files, original laws, papers of many of the state’s leading politicians, and large collections of photographs, maps, drawings, and audio/visual materials.

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Computer aid!?!
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Trying to locate something using an old bookmark/favorite that is no longer there? One of many options to try is the Wayback Machine at Archive.org. Currently in a handy search box at the top of the page, it searches previous versions of a lot of the internet. It’s not comprehensive, but is a user friendly way to “recover” material that has gone “missing.

May, 2016 Complete E-Zine Tuesday, May 3 2016 

What’s It Mean? A-Z
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*Leading:

See Line Spacing on website

*Leaf: Single sheet of paper – each side is a page.

see end sheet on website

*Leaf Attachment: How the pages of a text block are affixed together such as sewn by thread, adhesive, or non-ANSI/NISO/LBI Standard: staples.

Terms marked with an asterisk (*) are not generally used in our office.

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For other writing, printing, publishing, marketing lingo, check our glossaries at
http://www.gregathcomany.com/info/dictionary and
http://www.gregathcompany.com/info/dictionary/writers.html

Run across a word that you don’t understand? Try us – email us your word, term or phrase and we will see if we can shed some light on the matter!
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Design Inspiration
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When choosing an overall book length and width, consider what sizes books you see of the same subject matter and balance this with what you can place on pages in your preferred format. If economics are a focus, check with your publisher to see what size suggestions they have as well. Logic dictates you can not get the same information on a 5.5×8.5″ book page as on a 8.5×11″ page and maintain the same format, including font size. When deciding your overall size format, don’t forget to estimate the total page count (weight or heft) to decide if the size and format won’t be too heavy to reasonably use or ship economically.

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Book Manufacturing Concepts
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Benefits of our POD Publishing Offerings

  • Accomplished from printed or digital manuscript.
  • Manuscript formatting and graphic design services are reasonably priced professional service upgrades.

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The same people claiming direct mail doesn’t net enough return also claim print is dead. Don’t discount direct mailing for promotion. Some content ideas include:

  • Offer information on specials – individual “one of”, or reoccurring instances (new or well established).
  • Make your mail piece a gateway to more information available elsewhere such as websites, request printed material, etc. or use QR codes (can include audio or video).

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Always check date ranges of sources. Sometimes a range, sometimes not even very large, actually means only some of this time or non-comprehensive coverage such as the reference book “Calloway County, Kentucky Newspaper Abstracts: Volume A” may be listed to cover 1897-1927, when it actually contains non-comprehensive coverage of 1897 and 1927 (only 2 years).

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Computer aid!?!
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Over 2 million free books listed here: http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/
The Online Books Page was founded, and is edited, by John Mark Ockerbloom, He is a digital library planner and researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. He is responsible for the content of the site. Alison Miner is Associate Editor.

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About this e-zine
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Gregath Company, Inc. is pleased to present information that may be of help to authors and genealogists on a monthly basis in this format.

If you have decided since you requested this newsletter that you prefer not to receive mailings, please go to the following page and fill out the subscribe/unsubscribe form to be automatically dropped from the mailing list:
http://www.gregathcompany.com/zine
This set of directions is also the way to subscribe to this e-zine to get your own copy in your box monthly (if not already a subscriber).
NOTE: If trying to unsubscribe, supplying a different email address then the one you signed up with will result in multiple copies rather then being unsubscribed.

Back Issue information available through http://www.gregathcompany.com/zine or https://gregathcompany.wordpress.com

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Copyright and reprint information

Gregath Company, Inc. is happy to give permission to forward this e-zine in its entirety, INCLUDING all contact information, to any person or group. To excerpt this e-zine for any form of reproduction, you must contact us to request permission. All material is copyright by Gregath Company, Inc., as staff members are responsible for the content.

April 2016 E-Zine: Complete Wednesday, Apr 13 2016 

What’s It Mean?

Multichannel Marketing: Marketing that is composed of more than one media element (or channel) such as: print (advertisement, flyer, mail tool, promotional items, etc.), email, internet, electronic (scan codes, etc.), TV, radio, etc.

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Joint:  The grooves that run top to bottom (head to tail) on the outside of the cover itself, front and back, along which the boards hinge when they open.

Layout: A written/graphic plan of how the completed book should come together and look.  A full layout includes all elements from page placement to binding, and beyond.

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For other writing, printing, publishing, marketing lingo, check our glossaries at
http://www.gregathcomany.com/info/dictionary and
http://www.gregathcompany.com/info/dictionary/writers.html

Run across a word that you don’t understand? Try us – email us your word, term or phrase and we will see if we can shed some light on the matter!
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Design Inspiration
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Basic ideas include:

  • electronic elements such as alternate formats, audio, video, and bonus material
  • consider offering free updates

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Book Manufacturing Concepts
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Benefits of our POD Publishing Offerings

  • We offer a wide range of bindings – even for single books.
  • POD program makes it even easier – but less profitable.

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The same people claiming direct mail doesn’t net enough return also claim print is dead. Don’t discount direct mailing for promotion. Some content ideas include:

  • Provide coupons and special offers – from cents off to %, BOGO, or limited time only special service or products
  • Promote free consultations and quotations – many business charge for these services

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Never discard an unchecked document resource. Example: A person may own a fraction or “interest” to land through an estate – without owning land outright in their own name. This can still be used as collateral for mortgage (document), even if their name was never on the land document.

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Computer aid!?! – not in this issue

March 2016 E-Zine: Complete Wednesday, Apr 13 2016 

What’s It Mean? A-Z
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Inlay (back strip): A heavy but flexible paper strip used to stiffen the spine of a finished book.

ISBN: International Standard Book Number – assigned by various agencies world wide.  A unique 10 (old) or 13 (new) digit number, used for inventory control by many book sellers.  The assignment of this number also places the title in “Books in Print”.  http://www.isbn.org

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For other writing, printing, publishing, marketing lingo, check our glossaries at
http://www.gregathcomany.com/info/dictionary and
http://www.gregathcompany.com/info/dictionary/writers.html

Run across a word that you don’t understand? Try us – email us your word, term or phrase and we will see if we can shed some light on the matter!
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Design Inspiration
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Perfect if producing POD, consider personalizing each book’s cover. This can be done with a simple name, different backgrounds or photos, graphic and fonts. The cost differences depend on type of cover which may also make total quantity ordered a factor.

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Benefits of our POD Publishing Offerings

  • We dispense with the traditional publishing “10% rule” (You may get – and pay for – up to 10% more or less than ordered.
  • For most soft bindings, we dispense with our normal $25.00 set up fee.

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The adage of “it takes money to make money” is still true today. While grass roots promotion of a publishing project is low to no cost and can be very fulfilling, direct mail can be a fast and easy way to get your information into potential buyer’s hands. With a bit of creative work and careful planning, the cost of printing and mailing can be easily offset by income. Let Gregath be your mailing support team: We offer “hands off” services for many needs – you provide the content and contacts while we do the rest. Popular options include

We can address, stamp and mail

We can use camera ready files to produce and send your mailing(s) – singles or on a schedule

We offer graphic design to augment our offerings as well.

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Computer aid!?!
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Still not sure where to start when beginning your book’s online web presence? Whether doing a dedicated website, blog, of social media “pages”, you might find this worksheet (PDF) of assistance to plan each page, group, or section.

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web/easystart.html
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Catalog Discount through Independence Day 2016 Wednesday, Mar 9 2016 

MOinCWV17All volumes of Missourians in the Civil War
by Kenneth Weant
are offered at a 10% discount
through July 4, 2016.

Standard shipping and handling rates apply, unless otherwise arranged: $13.00 for first book and only $2.00 each additional. This savings may be combined with any other offers.

Please note these books are drop shipped directly from the author.

Retreat 2016 New Speaker Tuesday, Mar 8 2016 

Joe Bott will be joining us at the retreat to discuss and enlighten us about many positive facets of his free web project Dead Fred. His online photo archive has harnessed the power of networking to put identifications to photographs for many years – since before crowd-sourcing was popular. Visit the Retreat online for more information.

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