Check out the upcoming events at the New England Historical Genealogical Society in Boston. Click HERE for the event listing.
Thursday, January 17, 3:00–4:00 PM EST
Presented by Todd Pattison, NEHGS Conservator
FREE and open to the public
Many of us have books, photographs, Bibles, letters, and other paper-based objects relating to our families—some of which can be quite old and fragile. While these materials have sentimental value to us as individuals, collectively they form a large part of our cultural heritage; they need special attention in order to preserve them for future generations. This webinar will present and discuss strategies and steps for preserving your individual cultural heritage, with a focus on ways to store your material to ensure long-term survival.
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Click HERE for the NEHGS/American Ancestors January 2019 Calendar of Events.
Check out the events, conferences, webinars and educational programs taking place at NEHGS this month! Click here for more information.
Saturday, October 20, 12:00–6:00 PM EDT
Presented by Genealogists at NEHGS
Finding information about New York ancestors can be tricky. A fire in 1911 at the State Library and the fact that statewide registration of vital records did not start until 1880 only add to the difficulty. The presentations within this Online Conference will guide you through the maze of genealogical pitfalls, and to the bright spots in New York research. Our New York experts will discuss the settlement of New York and early migrations, vital records and substitutes, land and probate records, the state census, and more.
Click HERE for a listing of events offered by NEHGS/American Ancestors during August, 2018.
The NEHGS Calendar of Events for July 2018.