17 January 2013

Newest Edition of NGS Magazine Available Now!

The Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 issue of the NGS Magazine (PDF 4.9MB) is now online in the Members Only section of the website.

NGS Conference in Las Vegas, by Betteann Meyers
Why genealogists blog (or why they should!), by Thomas MacEntee
Information overload: organizing your genealogy records, by Barbara Becker Meehan, CG
Kentucky tax lists: a valuable resource for pre-1850s research, by Gail Jackson Miller, CG
A window into the lives of black and white ancestors: Freedmen’s Bureau field office records, by Sharon Batiste Gillins
The perfect puzzle piece, by Malissa Ruffner
The frugal genealogist: photography and genealogy, by Philip Hermann

National Archives, by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens
Reference desk, by Kathy Petlewski, MSLS
Review, by Gary M. and Diana Crisman Smith
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
Genealogy news

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