Friday, September 7, 2007

NGS NewsMagazine - July-September 2007

The July-September 2007 issue of the NGS NewsMagazine was received late last week. The cover design and the page formats have been changed - they look good!

The Table of Contents includes:


10 -- "NGS award winners for 2007"
13 -- "National Genealogy Hall of Fame"
15 -- "NGS donations for calendar year 2006"
16 -- "Where to start when you inherit genealogy" by Janet Hovorka
20 -- "Rollin' down the river" by Patricia Walls Stamm, CG, CGL
24 -- "Navigating the world of U.S. river-map research" by Greg Boyd
29 -- "Utopian or communal societies in America" by Beverly Rice, CG
33 -- "Rich couple, poor couple? What will an estate inventory reveal" by Charles S. "Chuck" Mason Jr., CG
38 -- "They came by train: orphan train riders" by Becky Higgins
52 -- "Case Study: So who was Edith W. Saxon?" by Dawn Slater-Putt, CG


43 -- "National archives" by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens - "Canadian border Immigration records, 1895-1950s, Part 1: The records"
50 -- "Beginning genealogy" by Gary M. and Diana Crisman Smith - "Data reliability"
56 -- "Software review" by Barbara Schenck - "Review of Ancestral Manor teleconference seminars"
62 -- "Writing family history" by Harold E. Hinds, Jr., PhD - "Divided loyalties: Civil War ancestry"

I enjoy and appreciate this magazine because it continues to introduce new resources - both traditional and online - and discusses issues and topics of interest to all genealogy researchers.

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