Open the Door to Your Early New England Ancestors
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Family historians can search nearly 300,000 records across a unique sets of databases that are at the forefront of early American genealogical research: The Great Migration Study Project, Early New England Families, 1641-1700, and Torrey’s New England Marriages to 1700. In addition to these essential databases, family historians will also benefit from how-to guides and webinars from staff experts at NEHGS that provide helpful research tips and techniques, essential resources, and contextual information to advance genealogical research.
Use the guide below to browse a wide variety of 17th century New England records, subject guides and books. From October 18-25, NEHGS is making all early New England resources and databases available to Guest Members. These resources are always available to our Paid Members.
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