16 April 2012

2012 March NGS Quarterly Now Online

The March 2012 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. If you wish to discontinue this option and continue to receive print copies of the journal, please with our website and update your profile to indicate the same.

Feature Articles
  • A Century and More: The National Genealogical Society Quarterly
  • The Genealogist’s Contribution to History, Milton Rubincam, FASG
  • Weighing Genealogical Evidence, Archibald F. Bennett
  • Genealogy, Handmaid of History, Lester J. Cappon
  • Who Was the Widow Anna Maria Lenz? Walter Lee Sheppard Jr.
  • Creative Imagination in Research, Dorothee Hughes Carousso
  • A Century of NGS Quarterly Editors

Editor’s Corner
  • Enduring Value
NGS Administration

  • Anything But a Dull Magazine”
  • Genealogical Publication Advice
  • Advocacy for a National Archive
  • Genealogical Research Advice in 1931
  • Institute of Genealogy, Alabama
  • The Institute on Genealogical Research
  • Standard Certificate of Death
  • An Advocate of Scholarly Research and Writing
  • Some Old American Families

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