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AnnouncementsAn historic purhcase for NEHGS • Ancestry Day, 2013 • New searchable databases on AmericanAncestors.org • Free Fun Friday on July 26 • New from NEHGS
Education Programs & ToursFall Weekend Research Getaway • Come Home to New England • London Research Tour • Boston Educational Program • Essex, Norfolk, and Suffolk County Record Office Research Tour • Albany Research Tour • New Brunswick Research Tour • Salt Lake City Research Tour
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The Early New England Families Study ProjectAlicia Crane Williams
A Sketch from the Early New England Families Study Project: John Capen
Carrying the King Away: A Bostonian’s Brush with Treason, 1667D. Brenton Simons
“The Rise of American Genealogy” — An ExcerptFran¸ois Weil
Researching Mrs. Dr. Keck and Her Daughter CoraGreta S. Nettleton
Growing up in North Cambridge: Capturing a Time and Place in PrintStephen G. Surette
Preserving Community in Berlin, New Hampshire: An Historic New England Partnership ProjectKenneth C. Turino
Framing the Past: Identifying Crapo Family AmbrotypesMary Blauss Edwards
The Search for the Quebec Ancestry of Louis HickeyJohn P. Hickey, Jr.
Excerpts from the Past: An American in London—An Onlooker at the 1893 Royal Wedding ProceedingsScott C. Steward
Manuscripts at NEHGSThe Riobard O’Dwyer PapersTimothy G.X. Salls
Focus on New YorkHelping Overcome the Hurdles to Revolutionary War Research in New York StateEric G. Grundset
Family FocusGenealogies in Progress, Genealogies Recently Published, Other Books & CDs Recently Published, Family Associations, DNA Studies in Progress