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Created by American Ancestors Chief Genealogist David Allen Lambert and Genealogist Melanie McComb
Published: September 2020
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In the 17th and early 18th centuries, Maine (then part of Massachusetts), New Hampshire, and Vermont were considered frontier lands for the early New England colonists. Whether you are researching these states during the colonial period or present day, there are certain record sets and go-to resources that you should be aware of. This session will review various study projects, databases, manuscript items, and other resources available through American Ancestors that can assist you in researching northern New England.

This syllabus is intended to accompany our webinar “Northern New England Resources at American Ancestors” (archived recording) and provides a hyperlinked listing to published resources, databases, and more available at American Ancestors.

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