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A Special Announcement
In This Issue
Letters & Feedback
AnnouncementsNEHGS featured with Ashley Judd on Who Do You Think You Are? • Kate Middleton book press coverage • NEHGS at Rootstech • New searchable databases • NEHGS in London • New from NEHGS Book • Photographs sought for The Last Muster, Volume 2
Education Programs & ToursAllen County Public Library Research Tour • Come Home to New England • A Tour Through Ireland and Irish History • Albany, New York, Research Weekend • London Research Tour • Fall Weekend Research Getaway — Breaking Through Brickwalls • Salt Lake City Research Tour • Visit NEHGS on the Road • Online and Boston Programs
The Online Genealogist
The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine Now OnlineAaron Goodwin
A Genealogist's Guide to Seventh Day BaptistsShellee A. Morehead, Ph.D.
John Winthrop, Jr., and the Alchemy of Colonial SettlementWalter W. Woodward
A Light in the Window: The Story of Rev. E. W. Dunbar (1823–1893)Sherill Baldwin
Letters to Jackie: Locating Correspondents through Historical and Genealogical ResearchEllen Fitzpatrick and Sarah Thorson Little
A Royal Wedding and Significant BirthdaysGary Boyd Roberts
Smashing a Brick Wall — And Uncovering the History of Jean PapineauOliver Popenoe
Genetics & GenealogyAutosomal DNA Testing: A Genealogical BreakthroughCurtis Rogers
Manuscripts at NEHGSWomen in the NEHGS Archives: Two Pioneers in American GenealogyJudith Lucey
Letters at NEHGSLetter from George Phillips to John Winthrop, Jr., ca. 1676Robert Shaw
Tales from the CourthouseWounded “With the Poynt of an Ax”: A Colonial CrimeDiane Rapaport
Focus on New YorkTracing the Origins of New Netherlanders in Continental EuropeJohn Blythe Dobson
Family FocusGenealogies in Progress, Genealogies Recently Published, Other Books & CDs Recently Published, Family Associations, DNA Studies in Progress