NGS releases updated Pennsylvania guide

The National Genealogical Society (NGS) has updated their guide to Research in Pennsylvania. Part of their series on Research in the States, the new edition is available for purchase online in either PDF or print versions.

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Books for Irish family history research

While you’ll find lots of family history information online, the traditionalists among us often prefer to hold a book in our hands.

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Irish Lives Remembered, Summer 2016

The Summer 2o16 issue of Irish Lives Remembered carries many stories about World War I. And more!

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FREE search of NEHGS Irish databases

From August 2-9 (Tuesday-Tuesday), the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) is offering free access to Irish records on its website AmericanAncestors.org.

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The Harp and the Hand

Last November I received an email request from author Teva J. Scheer to review a draft of her new, in-progress book, The Harp and the Hand – Exploring Irish Roots.

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Further reductions at IGSI bookstore

Delays to a website update mean the Irish Genealogical Society Intl (IGSI) online bookstore will remain in business for at least a few more weeks! Final liquidation of any remaining book inventory will take place at the Celtic Connections Conference on August 5-6.

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New books by Brian Mitchell

Brian Mitchell is widely recognized for his genealogical expertise in Derry City and County. His book, A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland, is considered one of the standard guides for Irish research. Now Mitchell has published two new books, The People of Derry City, 1921, and The Place Names of County Derry.

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The families of the seven 1916 Proclamation signatories

The Irish Family History Foundation has published a special, free edition of their quarterly newsletter, Clann, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising.

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Irish Lives Remembered – Easter 2016

Eneclann has taken over publishing the e-magazine Irish Lives Remembered, and its first quarterly issue commemorates the 100th anniversary of Easter Rising.

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Discover Irish Land Records

Have you mined every Irish source of birth, marriage and death records and still have holes in your family history? Have you been intimidated by the prospect of researching land and property records?

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