Published by Our Staff
Here are some of the many research subjects that our current and former staff have published and presented to the public. Enjoy!
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Prologue was published quarterly by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) for nearly 50 years. The Winter 2017–18 issue was the last printed edition.
Early Naturalization Records from New England States, 1790-1906
Joseph Keefe, Archives Specialist, discusses how to use naturalization proceedings from federal, state and local courts (from Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont) between 1790 and September 26, 1906.
Originally broadcast April 15, 2015.
Finding the Correct Ancestor: Civil War Soldiers and Homesteads
This session highlights a frequent occurrence in genealogy research; multiple people with the same name, living in the same area. Using an example of a Michigan homesteader, who fought in the Civil War, this lecture outlines a process for identifying individuals in order to determine the correct ancestor.
by Jean Nudd, Archivist
Originally broadcast October 29, 2014 during Day 2 of the 2014 Virtual Genealogy Fair.