29 February 2012

The Jan/Feb/Mar 2012 Issue of the NGS Magazine Now Online in the Members Only Section


NGS is happy to announce that a new issue of the NGS Magazine, Jan/Feb/Mar issue of the NGS Magazine (PDF 5.2MB) is now available to NGS members.

Here is the table of contents for this issue:

Features
NGS Family History Conference, Cincinnati, by Kenny Burck
Celebrating 100 years of the NGSQ, by Arlene V. JenningsCG
American colonies in Cuba, by Boyd Leuenberger
Problems reading German immigrant passenger lists, by Kathy J. Stickney
Picture the past at your convenience, by Smiljka Kitanovic, PhD
Treating the southern sick and wounded: Confederate hospital records at the National Archives, by John P. Deeben
Case study: Questionable marriage information in death certificates, by Allen R. PetersonCG

Columns
National Archives, by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens
Reference desk, by Kathy Petlewski, MSLS
Review, by Barbara Schneck
Technology, by Jordan Jones
Writing family history, by Harold E. Hinds Jr.,
PhD

Departments
President’s message, by Ann Christnacht HilkeCG
Editor’s Column, by Elizabeth Kelley KerstensCG
NGS news
Genealogy news
Upcoming events




Editor’s Note: Remember that members are able to access the Magazine Archives as part of their membership.

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