16 December 2009

Research in New Jersey guide available

Just in time for Christmas, the latest NGS Research in the States guide, Research in New Jersey, is available. Written by professional genealogist Claire Keenan Agthe, this guide to the Garden State leads researchers down the right path to finding their ancestors—from the colonial era to later immigrants. Early in the history of the NGS Quarterly, lengthy articles about researching in specific states were featured. Eventually the articles were updated, expanded, and published as concise guides to the history, records, and research facilities of a state. The Research in the States series continues this tradition by publishing new guides in print and e-book versions. Research in New Jersey is the latest of thirteen states now available. The guides are economically priced, so you can buy the print version for your library and the electronic PDF version for your computer. Imagine having the entire collection on your laptop for reference, yet taking up no space in your briefcase or tote bag. And don't forget that NGS members receive a discount on purchases made in the NGS online store. Shop the NGS online store today for the states you need (be sure to log on to the NGS website before completing your purchase.)

1 comment:

  1. The Research in the States Series monographs are an outstanding research tool if you live in that specific state and do genealogy, or if you live somewhere else and need a guide for undertaking research by long-distance methods. The PDF versions are excellent and can reside right on your computer for handy and consistent reference.

    Don Rightmyer