Research Tours and Programs
Travel with New England Historic Genealogical Society
2017 Research Tours
February 23 – February 25, 2017
Escape to Boston for three days of research, consultations, lectures, and social events while exploring the rich offerings at the NEHGS research library and benefiting from the knowledge of expert genealogists. Register today.
March 5 – March 12, 2017
Discover the wealth of family history resources in the nation’s capital. Delve into military records, immigration files, newspapers, compiled family papers, and more at the National Archives and Records Administration, the Library of Congress, and the Daughters of the American Revolution Library. Register today.
Escape to NEHGS for three days of research, consultations, lectures, and social events while exploring the rich offerings of the NEHGS research library and benefiting from the knowledge of expert genealogists. Register today.
June 18 – June 25, 2017
Have you ever dreamed of visiting Edinburgh to research your Scottish ancestors? Let American Ancestors be your guide! Receive research assistance and support as you comb through 500 years of Scottish history at the National Archives of Scotland and ScotlandsPeople. Register today.
July 11 – July 15, 2017
You’ve been researching your ancestry for years and are most likely the foremost expert on certain families. Don’t let your research findings fall victim to the sands of time. Ensure your legacy by publishing a scholarly article and contributing to the genealogical canon. During this immersive week-long program, the writing and publishing experts at NEHGS will help you craft your research into a polished and compelling article for submission to the Register, American Ancestors magazine, Mayflower Descendant, or even a sketch for a published study project. Register today.
August 8 – 12, 2017
NEHGS has been collecting information about families in America for 170 years. Our collections are international in scope and contain significant materials that cover the United States, especially New England and New York, as well as Canada and Europe. This research program provides the opportunity for you to “come home” to Boston and work closely with NEHGS staff to advance your research. Register today.
October 12-October 14, 2017
Autumn in Boston is about bright foliage, pumpkin pie, and research! Discover the millions of genealogical resources at the NEHGS library and maximize your results with help from our experts. Register today.
November 5 – 12, 2017
Navigate the resources of the world’s largest genealogy library with the help of experts from American Ancestors. With nearly 40 years of experience leading researchers of all levels to Salt Lake City, you will benefit from special orientations and tutorials, one-on-one consultations, informative lectures, and more. Register today.