Book Reviews

As a genealogist you might have deep knowledge of the history of an area, the laws and customs governing records and why they were produced.  You might have expertise in searching and locating records.  You might have superb analytic skills, able to piece together direct, indirect and negative evidence, resolve contradictions and make persuasive arguments [...]

A new reference has just been published that will make a “reasonably exhaustive research” a little less exhausting for New England genealogists,  Vital Record Manuscripts at the State Historical Societies in New England. In New England, most of us are familiar with the government held records, found in town halls, court houses and state archives.  [...]

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