The Jan/Feb/Mar 2015 issue of the NGS Magazine (PDF 6.2 MB) is now online in the Members Only section of the website.
Meet us at the Crossroads of America, by Ann Carter Fleming, CG, CGL, FNGS
Educational opportunities in genealogy Part 2, by Julie Cahill Tarr
Using FamilySearch to solve genealogical problems: 15 tips, by James Ison, AG, CG
Shootout at the Rhododendron Lodge: Reconstructing life-changing events, by Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL
Confederate court-martial records: An alternate research strategy for missing case files, by John P. Deeben
Finding free African American ancestors from the Antebellum period, by Guy-Oreido Weston
National Archives, by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens
Reference desk, by Kathy Petlewski, MSLS
Genetic genealogy journey, by Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL
Technology, by Jordan Jones
President’s message, by Jordan Jones
Editor’s corner, by Darcie Hind Posz, CG
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