13 January 2012

The December 2011 edition of the NGS Quarterly is now available under the Members Only Section

The December 2011 edition of the NGS Quarterly is now available under the Members Only Section at http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/members_only/publications_archive/ngsq_online/ngsq_disclaimer. Please be sure to log in under the User Login area to the right of the screen. 

Please note that access to the NGS Quarterly online is available only as long as your membership is active.

Feature Articles
o       Using Indirect Evidence and Linguistic Analysis to Trace Polin Ries of New Orleans, Teri D. Tillman, CG
o       Nathan W. Dowd of Ohio: Whose Child was He?, Linda Dowd Vivian 
o       Using Indirect Evidence to Find In-Laws for Conrad Peters of Monroe County, New York, Nancy A. Peters, CG

Notes & Documents
o       French Spoliation Awards: Heirs of Seth Russell of New Bedford, Massachusetts, Georgy Ely Russell, CG, FASG, FNGS
o       The Usefulness of School Records: Uncovering Roberta Dyer Howard’s Withheld Story, Mary L. Mall

o       ‘Tout le Monde’ Revisited: The William Moyse Family in Saint John, New Brunswick, Ronald A. Hill, Ph.D., CG, FASG

o       May They Rest in Peace, Separately
o       An Illegal Vote for Lincoln
o       Early Signs of Trouble—The French Won’t Pay
o       Agency at Washington City
o       The French Spoliation Claimants
o       The French Spoliation Claims—The Causten Papers
o       Divorce Unacceptable in Nineteenth-Century Canada

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