06 June 2013

National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGSQ) Archive is Growing!


NGS continues to digitize back issues of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGSQ).  Newly available to NGS members are Volumes 58 (1970) and 60 (1972).

NGS members can access the archive here, http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/ngsq_archives.

Remember that anyone can access the FREE NGSQ Index, http://members.ngsgenealogy.org/NGSQSearch/search.cfm.

Some of the newly archives issues include articles with these titles:
  • Tax Roll of 1763: Antrim TownshipCumberland (Now Franklin) County, Pennsylvania
  • Through Richmond CountyGeorgia, Importer of Slaves, 1818-1824
  • The National Intelligencer (various titles covering the 1830s time period)
  • Individuals Identified by Dr. David Dale Owen On His Map of Southwestern Wisconsin in the Fall of 1839
  • The Free Negro Militia in Louisiana – 1804

... and many more really interesting article titles are found!







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