Used book sale at NEHGS

The bookstore of the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) has been busy adding new titles, and now they’re slashing prices on used books in their collection.

With hundreds of books available at discounted prices, now’s the time to fill your library.

Prices are good through February 28, but supplies are limited so shop now: […]

Travel with NEHGS in 2018

The New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) offers a wide variety of guided research tours and extended programs for family historians of all skill levels.

Researching fraternal organizations

Was your ancestor a Freemason, an Odd Fellow, a Knight of Columbus, or a member of another fraternal organization? Not sure to what organization they may have belonged?


New England Catholic records – free webinar

Are you researching Catholic ancestors from Massachusetts or elsewhere in New England? Have you heard about the Historic Catholic Records Online project? Then you’ll be interested in this free webinar.


Finding your Pennsylvania ancestors

“Millions of Americans have ancestors who lived in Pennsylvania at some point in their lives. Prominent groups of immigrants who settled in Pennsylvania include Germans, Irish, African-Americans, Italians, Swiss, Dutch and Chinese. “


Another freebie offer – New England probate records

The New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) has announced an offer of free access to their 32 probate-related databases, starting yesterday (April 18) and running through Tuesday, April 25 (midnight, Eastern time).


American Ancestors piles on with free access thru Mar 22

American Ancestors, the website of the New England Historic Genealogical Service (NEHGS), is celebrating St Patrick’s Day by offering free access to its Irish resources from March 15-22.


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