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Robert Charles AndersonNEHGS; 6 x 9 softcover, 188 pp., illus.reg. $24.95, member price $22.46Analyze records and make sound genealogical conclusions using the same method applied by Robert Charles Anderson for the Great Migration Study Project! This handbook presents a step-by-step process for solving genealogical problems—a methodology thirty years in the making. Developed by Anderson and perfected through his work on the Great Migration Study Project, this systematic approach considers each source, each record, and each possible linkage before making a genealogical conclusion. Clearly defined tools, checklists, and logically ordered steps throughout the book help make this method both accessible and effective. 2014
Robert Charles AndersonNEHGS; 912 pp.; 6 x 9 hardcoverreg. $64.95, member price $58.46In 1630 John Winthrop led hundreds of Puritans and a fleet of more than a dozen ships from England to the New World. This volume features more than 200 genealogical and biographical sketches of Winthrop Fleet immigrants — updated and expanded from The Great Migration Begins — and describes the migration to New England in 1629 and 1630, as organized and directed by the Massachusetts Bay Company. This volume also includes a fifty-page interpretive essay that characterizes the structure of immigration during the entire Great Migration period, from 1620 to 1640. 2012
Robert Charles AndersonNEHGS; 2,386 pp. in 3 hardcover volumesreg. $125, member price $99This classic three-volume set contains the most accurate, up-to-date information on more than 900 families who settled in New England between 1620 and 1633. Each individual or family entry includes (when known) their port or country of origin; the date and ship on which they arrived in New England; the earliest known record of the individual or family; their first residence and subsequent residences; return trips to their country of origin, whether temporary or permanent; and marriages, births, deaths, and other important family relationships. An essential reference for anyone researching their early New England connections. 1996
Now available in paperback! reg. $79.95, member price $71.96.
Robert Charles AndersonNEHGS; 6 x 9 hardcover, varying page counts, prices below The years 1634 and 1635 were watershed years for New England immigration, representing as much as 20% of the total for the period 1620–1640. This now-complete seven-volume set provides profiles of more than 1,400 early New England immigrants. Each volume includes a discussion on the methods and sources used, more than 200 genealogical sketches, and comprehensive every-name and place indexes. 1999–2011
Volume VII, the final volume of this award-winning series, presents more than 200 new, authoritative genealogical sketches including:
Richard Terry • Robert Terry • Thomas Terry • Anthony Thacher • Alexander Thwaits • Benjamin Thwing • Thomas Tibballs • Henry Tibbetts • Nathaniel Tilden • Thomas Tilestone • William Tilley • Ephraim Tinkham • Ralph Tompkins • John Train • Thomas Tredwell • Richard Truesdale • William Tubbs • John Tuttle • Richard Tuttle • William Tuttle • John Upham • Henry Vane • Philip Veren • Richard Wait • William Walton • Nathaniel Ward • William Warner • Lawrence Waters • John Webster • Edward Weeden • Francis Weekes • Joseph Weld • Thomas Welles • Twiford West • William Westwood • William Wetherell • John Whitcomb • Edward White • William White •Zachariah Whitman • John Whitney • William Wilcockson • Simon Willard • Alexander Winchester • John Winchester • Barnabas Wines • Faintnot Wines • Edward Winship • Edmund Wood • John Woodbridge • Archelaus Woodman • Edward Woodman • John Woolcott • Samuel Younglove • and many more.
Volume I, A–B, xcviii + 635 pp., 1999 reg. $59.95, member price $53.96
Volume II, C–F, ciii + 739 pp., 2001 reg. $59.95, member price $53.96
Volume III, G–H, cix + 599 pp., 2003 reg. $59.95, member price $53.96
Volume IV, I–L, cx + 475 pp., 2005 reg. $59.95, member price $53.96
Volume V, M–P, cxiv + 665 pp., 2007 reg. $59.95, member price $53.96
Volume VI, R–S, cxviii + 774 pp., 2009 reg. $64.95, member price $58.46
Volume VII, T–Y, cxx + 670 pp., 2011 reg. $64.95, member price $58.46
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Robert Charles AndersonNEHGS; 6 x 9 softcover, lxviii + 639 pp.reg. $29.95, member price $26.96The Pilgrim Migration collects in one place the story of every family or individual known to have resided in Plymouth Colony from the arrival of the Mayflower in 1620 until 1633. Each of the more than two hundred sketches provides information on the early histories of these immigrants as well as their New World experiences. This material is followed by the complete genealogical accounts, including all marriages and children of immigrants. 2004
Robert Charles AndersonNEHGS; 8½ x 11 softcover, 750 pp.reg. $27.95, member price $25.16The complete Great Migration Newsletter, with 20 years of scholarly research on the first wave of immigrants to New England. Sixty issues of the newsletter, from the years 1990 through 2011, are fully indexed by subject, place, and name. Covering topics not addressed elsewhere, this is an essential companion to the Great Migration books. 2012Also available for owners of previous compilations, The Great Migration Newsletter, Volumes 16-20. 8½ x 11 softcover, 200 pp. reg. $11.95, member price $10.76.