17 July 2017

2017 Donald Mosher Award for Colonial Virginia Research Applications Sought by BCG

2017 Donald Mosher Award for Colonial Virginia Research Applications Sought by BCG

From our friends at the Board for Certification for Genealogists (BCG) …

The $500 Donald Mosher Award for Colonial Virginia is offered annually by the BCG Education Fund for current research in any of three categories:

- Three-generation Family genealogies beginning with a 17th- or 18th-century Virginia family.
- Studies of immigrant origins focusing on a 17th- or 18th-century Virginia immigrant whose pre-Virginia origins have not been previously documented.
- Projects that make accessible obscure or difficult, previously unpublished 17th- or 18th-century Virginia source material.

Award applications are accepted for projects published in 2017 or intended for future publication. Applications must be submitted by 31 December to [email protected].

A more complete description and directions for applications is at:

A list of previous Mosher Award winners, as well as information about other BCG Education Fund programs is at:

What other genealogy-related upcoming award deadlines are you aware of?

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