20 November 2012

The Oct/Nov/Dec Issue of the NGS Magazine is Now Available!

The Oct/Nov/Dec issue of the NGS Magazine (PDF 4.7MB) is now online in the Members Only section of the website.

In memoriam: John Thomas Humphrey, CG, by Shirley Langdon Wilcox, CG, FNGS
Tracking generations with German familienbuch and sellenbuch, by Kathy Stickney
The Sicilians of south Louisiana, by Beth A. Stahr, CG
Lost causes as genealogical opportunities, by Harold Henderson, CG
If living were a crime…evidence your ancestor left at the scene, by Sharon Tate Moody, CG
Small miracles unite a family, by Carol L. Tefft
Call for Papers: NGS 2014 Family History Conference, Richmond
Is there an ancestor in the house? Or the senate? Researching legislative ancestors, by B. Darrell Jackson, PhD, CG

National Archives, by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens
Reference desk, by Kathy Petlewski, MSLS
Review, by Barbara Schenck
Technology, by Jordan Jones
Writing family history, by Harold E. Hinds Jr., PhD
Web of deceit, by Susan Zacharias


President’s message, by Jordan Jones
Editor’s corner, by Elizabeth Kelley Kerstens, CG
NGS news

To access, please be sure to log in under the User Login area in the right-hand column of the screen. If the above hyperlink does not work, copy and paste, or type, the following URL into your favorite browser: http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/members_only/publications_archive/magazine_online.

copyright © National Genealogical Society, 3108 Columbia Pike, Suite 300, Arlington, Virginia 22204-4370. http://www.ngsgenealogy.org.
NGS does not imply endorsement of any outside advertiser or other vendors appearing in this blog.
Republication of UpFront articles is permitted and encouraged for non-commercial purposes without express permission from NGS. Please drop us a note telling us where and when you are using the article. Express written permission is required if you wish to republish UpFront articles for commercial purposes. You may send a request for express written permission to [email protected]. All republished articles may not be edited or reworded and must contain the copyright statement found at the bottom of each UpFront article.
Follow NGS via Facebook, YouTube, Google+, Twitter
Think your friends, colleagues, or fellow genealogy researchers would find this blog post interesting? If so, please let them know that anyone can read past UpFront with NGS posts or subscribe!
Suggestions for topics for future UpFront with NGS posts are always welcome. Please send any suggested topics to [email protected]

No comments:

Post a Comment