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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

SLIG--NEHGS part 1 New England

The next course we are going to focus on is part one in what will be a three part series about New England taught in partnership with the New England Historic Genealogical Society.

This course is taught by D. Joshua Taylor with the help of Christoper C. Child and Michael Leclerc. They will be teaching:
  • Sources for New England Research
  • Sources for New York Research
  • State Census Records and Census Substitutes
  • Land Records for New England and New York
  • Probate Records for New England and New York
  • Church Records for New England and New York
  • Migrations of the 17th and 18th Century
  • Early Federal Migrations of 1780-1830
  • Exploring Migrations to Western Massachusetts and New York
  • Canadian Connections to New York and New England
  • Trial by Community: Colonial Legal Systems in New England and New York
  • NewEnglandAncestors.org Advanced Techniques
  • Three Case Studies
  • Consultations
Explore the resources available for researching families in New England and New York before 1850 with the New England Historic Genealogical Society. This course will include hands-on case studies, group discussions, individual one-on-one consultations and a series of lectures on records, migration patterns, understanding boundaries and other tools for researchers.

This class is currently filled but you can join the waiting list by emailing the SLIG registrar at sligregistrar@infouga.org

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