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Volume 12, Number 1, Winter 2011
in Ohio's Western Reserve
Greetings from NEHGS
In This Issue
Letters & Feedback
Ken Burns to be features at NEHGS annual dinner • Boston Family History Day • Coddington Award of Merit • 2011 Great Migration Newsletter • New searchable databases • Volunteers &emdash; the lifeblood of the Society • New Fellows elected • New from Newbury Street Press • NEHGS board retreat in Concord • Expanding online learning resources • ROOTS 2011 • A presentation on William Bradford’s world • Obituaries • Special NEHGS Anniversaries
Education Programs & Tours
Washington, D.C., Research Tour • NEHGS/TIARA Seminar • Spring Weekend Research Getaway • Allen County Public Library Research Tour • Come Home to New England • Albany, New York, Research WEekend • London Research Tour • Salt Lake City Research Tour • NEHGS on the Road • Online and Boston Educational Programs
The Online Genealogist
A Connecticut Pioneer Family in Ohio's Western Reserve
Barbara Cook Barnes
The Western Reserve: A Brief Overview
An Overview of Genealogical Research in the Western Reserve
Tracing My Hidden Family Heritage in Hungary and Serbia
Researching Art & Craft: Allen Holcomb and his Daughter Collata Holcomb
“To Look at the Ground Once Owned and Trod by My Forebears”: On the Road with Thomas Hibbard
Genetics & Genealogy
YDNA Markers in Seven Agnate Descendants of Robert Chapman (1616–1687) of Saybrook, Connecticut
George Edward Gray
Manuscripts at NEHGS
The Pulsifer Family Papers
Timothy G.X. Salls
Diaries at NEHGS
Excerpt from the Diary of Rev. Daniel Rogers (1707–1785) of Exeter, N.H.
Tales from the Courthouse
The Real Scarlet Letters: Forbidden Love in Puritan Days
Focus on New York
Using the James Riker Papers in the Manuscripts and Archives Division of the New York Public Library
Christopher A. Brooks
Genealogies in Progress, Genealogies Recently Published, Other Books & CDs Recently Published, Family ASsociations, DNA Studies in Progress