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NEHGS Tote Bags and Ties

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NEHGS is happy to offer two new items in the Bookstore: the NEHGS Boat and Tote Bag and the NEHGS Seal Tie. The L.L. Bean Boat and Tote bag has the NEHGS seal and name printed in classic blue. The sturdy totes were made in Maine using heavy-duty cotton canvas, with reinforced flat bottoms plus overlapped seams double-stitched with nylon. Their color is natural with blue contrast-color 6” handles. The bags measure 12"H x 13"W x 6"D. The NEHGS Tote is $30 for NEHGS members ($35 for non-members).


Our new ties are hand-made, 100% silk, custom-designed by Vineyard Vines especially for NEHGS. The motif on the ties is taken from the NEHGS seal, designed in 1845 by Horatio Gates Somerby. The ties are available in red or light blue and measure 59” x 3 ¾”. The NEHGS Ties by Vineyard Vines are $65 for NEHGS members ($75 for non-members).


Orders can also be placed by calling 617-226-1212. Prices do not include shipping. Massachusetts residents will be charged 6.25% sales tax. Limited quantity available.


Did you know that the NEHGS Book Store offers library-quality copies of over 10,000 rare and out-of-print books? Some titles ordered by recent customers include:


1880 Federal Census of Ashe County, North Carolina


Annals of the Town of Mendon, Massachusetts from 1659 to 1880


Clopper, an American Family: Its Ups & Downs Through Eight Generations in New Amsterdam, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio & Texas, from 1650 to 1880


Gazetteer and Business Directory of Bennington Co., Vermont, For 1880-81


History of Piscataquis County, Maine, from its Earliest Settlement to 1880


You can search the entire Classic Reprints catalog online at . If you would like a list of FAQs and search tips for the Classic Reprints catalog, simply send an email with "Classic Reprints" in the subject line to

NEHGS Launches New Website

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Boston, MA – August 19, 2010 – D. Brenton Simons, President and CEO of the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS), today announced the launch of, the organization’s new website that will serve as the home of its growing regional and national genealogical resources. will contain all of the Society’s New England and New York content, features, articles, and resources, as well as weekly updates and databases in a variety of regional and ethnic specialties, such as sources for mid-Atlantic, Irish, and African American research.


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