25 July 2011

NGS Magazine -- July/August/September 2011 Edition Now Available!

NGS is happy to announce that a new issue of the NGS Magazine, July/Aug/Sept 2011 (PDF 4.1MB) is now available to NGS members.

Here is the table of contents for this issue:

NGS 2011 awards and competitions, by Phyllis Matthews Ziller, MLIS
Albert Cook Myers elected to the National Ge
nealogy Hall of Fame
Ask Granny, by Judith F. Russell, PhD
nealogy in the classroom, by Elizabeth Drembus
Breaking through the scholarly divide: open access for family historians, by Dawn C. Stricklin
Protecting precious photographic memories, by Gordon Lynn Hufford
How typical were your ancestors? Carl Ludwig Richter and New York City’s “Little Germany,” by John Philip Colletta, PhD
Fur trade permits granted in the District of Montréal, 1721–52, by Denyse Beaugrand-Champagne
Who was Brockbank of the Confederate Submarine H.L. Hunley?, by Eric Stroschein
Case study: Kilroy was here, by Michael Brophy

National Archives, by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens
Technology, by Jordan Jones
Writing family history, by Harold E. Hinds Jr., PhD

President’s message, by Ann Christnacht HilkeCG
Editor’s Column, by Elizabeth Kelley KerstensCG
NGS news
nealogy 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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