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  • Ann Smith Lainhart

  • Boston in Print, Part 2: Town Records and Annexed Lands
    Boston in Print, Part Three: Cemeteries, Probate and Land Records, Other Sources
    Researching People in Boston: Boston in Print - Part One, Vital Records and Church Records
    Trouble in the Family: Researching Massachusetts Institutions for the Poor, Mentally Ill, Chronically Ill, and Disabled - Part 1
    Trouble in the Family: Researching Massachusetts Institutions for the Poor, Mentally Ill, Chronically Ill, and Disabled, Part 2
  • David Allen Lambert

  • Finding Your Civil War Ancestor at the NEHGS Research Library
    Massachusetts Regimental Histories of the Revolutionary War
    Vital Records of New England Civil War Veterans Abstracted from the Organization Pension File Index
    Vital Records of New England Civil War Veterans Abstracted from the Organization Pension File Index: Part 2
    World War I Resources at NEHGS — A Bibliography
    New Brunswick Resources at NEHGS
    Nova Scotia Resources at NEHGS
  • Michael J. Leclerc

  • Accessing Records From a Distance
    Advanced Sources for French-Canadian Research
    Canadian Church Records
    Did Your Ancestor Get Religion?
    Finding Clues to Immigrant Origins
    Getting Started: Canadian Census Records
    Introducing the Canadian Genealogy Centre
    Introduction to French-Canadian Research
    Loyalist Settlers of Atlantic Canada
    Microfilm Resources for Nova Scotia Research at NEHGS
    Sources for Canadian Research on Microfilm at NEHGS
    St. Albans Passenger Arrival Records
    The Drouin Institute
    The Name Game – Tips for Finding the Real Names of French-Canadian Ancestors
    The Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique (PDRH)
    Travelogues as a Resource for Family Historians
    Using Manuscript Collections in Your Research
    Vital Records in Québec
    Web Resources for Canadian Research, Part 2
    Web Resources for Canadian Research: Governmental Agencies
    The Computer Genealogist: Getting the Most out of NEHGS CD-ROMs
    The Computer Genealogist: Going, going, gone! Online Auctions for Genealogical Research
  • John F. Lescher

  • An Introduction to Revolutionary War Resources in New England
  • Donald MacDonald

  • Computer Interests - 'What Program Should I Buy?”'
    Computer Interests - Thanks For the Response
    Could a Computer Help Me?
  • Linda MacLachlan

  • Pre-1636 New England Immigrants: A Comprehensive Index
  • John C. MacLean

  • Hot Topics: Farm for Sale: Finding Family History in Early Nineteenth-Century Newspapers
    Resources for Researching Massachusetts Slaves and Slaveholders
  • Barbara Jean Mathews

  • Books for the Connecticut Researcher
    Books for the Connecticut Researcher, Part 2
    Congregational Church Records in Connecticut
    Connecticut Microfilms at NEHGS, Part 1
    Connecticut Microfilms at NEHGS, Part 2
    Connecticut Vital Records
    Manuscript Family Records in Connecticut
    Probate Records in Connecticut
  • Rhonda R. McClure

  • Computer Genealogist: RootsMagic — A New Program Enters the Arena
    The Computer Genealogist: 17th-Century History with a 21st-Century Twist: The Salem Witchcraft Trials on the Internet
    The Computer Genealogist: A Look at Global Positioning Systems and Genealogy
    The Computer Genealogist: Getting to Know Family Tree Maker
    Genealogy and Technology: Grafted or Grown? Getting the Right Limbs on the Family Tree
    Genealogy and Technology: Researching Online: Separating Fact from Fiction
    Genealogy and Technology: Searching for American Revolution Ancestors and History Online
    Genealogy and Technology: The Internet: A Virtual Canvas for Your Ancestry
    Genealogy and Technology: The Internet: Following the Rules Increases Success
  • Capers W. McDonald

  • Rod D. Moody

  • Researching in Boston's Back Bay: The Boston Public Library and the Massachusetts Historical Society
  • Leigh Montgomery

  • Hot Topics: Access Denied: New Restrictions for Online Public Records Databases
  • The Very Rev. Dr. John Moses

  • Chelmsford Cathedral Plans Memorial to Thomas Hooker
  • Peter D. Murphy

  • 'Where is Home? New Brunswick Communities Past and Present.'
    Identifying the Old Country Origins of Your New Brunswick Irish Ancestor
    New Brunswick Repositories: Archives of the Diocese of Saint John
    Shamrocks Among the Fleurs de Lis: The Hidden Treasures of Drouin’s Acadian French-Catholic Church Records Collection
  • New England Historic Genealogical Society

  • African American Genealogical Resources at the New England Historic Genealogical Society
    Getting Started For Kids
    Joel Blackman (ca. 1763-1832), Husband of Philena Summers (7:178)
  • Mary Ann Nicholson

  • So You’ve Traced Your Family -- Now What?
  • Julie Helen Otto

  • Lydia and Her Daughters: A Boston Matrilineal Case Study
    Lydia and Her Daughters: A Boston Matrilineal Case Study (concluded)
    Really Too Many Sarahs: Blackman-Booth Revisited
    A Dunton Update
  • Lora Pallatto

  • Thinking Genealogically #1: Follow the Money
    Thinking Genealogically #2: Subtle Hints and Euphemisms
  • Kenneth S. Paulsen

  • The Deladeray (Deladoey) Family of Switzerland and Lunenburg Township, Nova Scotia, 1750-1830
  • Joy F. Peach

  • Living Trusts Complicate Genealogical Research
  • Joyce S. Pendery

  • Connecticut Oral History Interviews: An Untapped Resource for Genealogists
    Connecticut Women: Not Completely Hidden from History, Part I: Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Women
    Connecticut Women: Not Completely Hidden from History:Part II: Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Women
    Histories of Connecticut Written Since 1960
    Research in Connecticut Cities and Towns, Part II: Hartford: The Connecticut Historical Society
    Research in Connecticut Towns: Part I: Records Kept in Connecticut Town Halls
    The 1790 Connecticut Census
  • Richard Andrew Pierce

  • Irish Origins: The Fitzgerald Ancestry of President John F. Kennedy
    Patrick Kennedy of Dunganstown, co. Wexford, Great-Grandfather of the President
    Deaths in Massachusetts (1852-1855), With Named Parents, of Irish Natives Born Before 1800
    Murphys and Barrons of Cloonagh, Parish of Owenduff, Co. Wexford: Further Ancestors of President John F. Kennedy
    Mary’s Catholic Cemetery, Milford, Massachusetts, Giving Exact Place of Origin in Ireland
  • William I. Powers, Jr

  • Lewis and (Double) Vanderburgh Ancestry of President George Bush: A Colonial New York Excursion
  • Elaine Bush Prince

  • A Visit to Messing, Essex: Still No Bush Breakthrough
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