Online Course: New England Research (View-Only)
Class recordings will be posted on a weekly basis through August 2020; all materials available until November 30, 2020.
Due to popular demand, we have created this special "view-only" opportunity for you to participate in our online course, New England Research. By enrolling in this course, you will be able to access all of the course materials (slides, handouts, etc.) and watch a recording of each class session. You will also be able to send in your questions by email to the moderator and/or instructors during the six-week course. You will NOT be able to attend the live sessions, however, you will not miss any of the content by participating this way. Upon completion of your order, you will receive a receipt of your payment and a separate email with information on how to access the course page and content. You will also receive emails each week notifying you once the materials and recordings are available. You will have until the end of November 2020 to watch, download, or print the course materials.
About the course:
New England is an area rich with published family history resources, record keeping since the 17th century, and a plethora of supplemental records. Still, each state presents unique challenges, gaps in records, and other obstacles. This six-week series will look at each of the New England states—Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont—and provide go-to records, resources, and research techniques for each.
Session #1: Massachusetts, Presented by David Allen Lambert
Session #2: Maine, Presented by Melanie McComb
Session #3: New Hampshire, Presented by David Allen Lambert
Session #4: Vermont, Presented by Ann Lawthers
Session #5: Rhode Island, Presented by Rhonda R. McClure
Session #6: Connecticut, Presented Christopher C. Child
NOTE: This copyrighted broadcast is the property of New England Historic Genealogical Society. Any rebroadcast or reproduction without the express written consent of NEHGS is strictly prohibited.