Four New Research in the States Guides From the NGS

Four new guides in the National Genealogical Society Research in the States Series are now available. They are for the following states:

And they are 10% off through August 18. Click on the links to order.

Following are descriptions of the four new titles:

Research in Mississippi – NGS Research in the States Series; By Lori Thornton, MLS; The Series is edited by Barbara Vines Little, CG, FNGS, FUGA, FVGS; Published 2017 by the National Genealogical Society, Arlington, VA; 44 pp; Soft Cover, Saddle Stapled; 8.5×11 in.; ISBN: 978-1-935815-25-9; Item # NGS30

The National Genealogical Society’s Research in the States series, of which this book is one, had it’s start in the NGS Quarterly with the publication of “Master Plan for North Carolina Research” in 1987. The Quarterly continued to publish state guides and NGS later issued many of them as special publications. This series includes both revised editions of earlier guides and many new states. Additional states are planned and Family Roots Publishing plans to distribute them as they are printed.

The following is found on the Table of Contents pages of the Mississippi volume:

RESEARCH IN FLORIDA

HISTORY AND SETTLEMENT

  • French Province (1699-1763)
  • British West Florida (1763-1779)
  • Spanish Dominion (1779-1798)
  • Mississippi Territory (1798-1817)
  • The State of Mississippi (1817-Present)
  • Jurisdictional Changes
  • Economy

ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES, AND SOCIETIES

  • Major Repositories
  • Other Repositories

MAJOR RESOURCES

  • Aids to Research
  • Atlases, Gazetteers and Maps
  • Bible Records
  • Biographical Guides
  • Business and Organization / Fraternal Records
  • Cemetery Records / Cemetery Surveys
  • Census Records – Colonial, Territorial, State, Federal Population, Other Federal Censuses
  • County-Level Research
  • Court Records
  • Directories: City and Suburban
  • Ethnic Records – AfricanAmerican; American Indian, Chinese
  • Genealogical and Historical Periodicals
  • Institutional Records
  • Internal Improvements
  • Land Records
  • Military Records – Civil War, Spanish American / Philippine Insurrection, World War I, World War II, Soldiers’ Homes
  • Naturalization and Immigration Records
  • Newspapers
  • Probate Records
  • Railroads
  • Religious Records – Assemblies of God, Baptist, Catholic, Church of God, Churches of Christ, Christian Churches, Disciples of Christ, Jewish, Methodist, Presbyterian
  • School Records
  • Tax Records
  • Vital Records – Adoption, Birth and Death, Marriage, Divorce
  • Women
  • Conclusion

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Research in North Carolina – NGS Research in the States Series – Second Edition; By Jeffrey L. Haines, C.G; The Series is edited by Barbara Vines Little, CG, FNGS, FUGA, FVGS; Published 2017 by the National Genealogical Society, Arlington, VA; 44 pp; Soft Cover, Saddle Stapled; 8.5×11 in.; ISBN: 978-1-935815-27-3; Item # NGS29

The following is found on the Table of Contents pages of the North Carolina volume:

HISTORY AND SETTLEMENT

ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES, AND SOCIETIES

  • State Archives of North Carolina
  • State Library of North Carolina’s Government and Heritage Library
  • University of North Carolina
  • University of North Carolina Collections – North Carolina Collection
  • University of North Carolina Collections – Southern Historical Collection
  • Duke University
  • East Carolina University
  • Other Repositories
  • North Carolina Genealogical Society
  • Other Societies

MAJOR RESOURCES

  • Aids to Research
  • Atlases, Gazetteers, and Maps
  • Biographical Guides
  • Business Records
  • Cemetery Records
  • Censuses and Census Substitutes – Federal Censuses
  • Censuses and Census Substitutes – State Censuses
  • City and County Directories
  • City-Level Research
  • County-Level Research
  • Court Records – County Courts
  • Court Records – Higher Courts
  • Court Records – Federal Courts
  • Ethnic Research – African American
  • Ethnic Research – American Indian
  • Ethnic Research – Cherokee
  • Ethnic Research – Lumbee
  • Ethnic Research – Other Tribes
  • Land Records – Colonial Land Grants
  • Land Records – County-Level Records
  • Military Records – Colonial Wars
  • Military Records – American Revolution
  • Military Records Cherokee Wars, War of 1812, and Mexican War
  • Military Records – Civil War
  • Military Records – Post Civil War and Reconstruction Records
  • Military Records – Spanish-American War
  • Military Records – World Wars
  • Naturalization and Immigration Records
  • Newspapers
  • Probate Records
  • Religious Records
  • State-Level Records
  • Tax Records
  • Vital Records – Adoption Records
  • Vital Records – Birth and Death Records
  • Vital Records – Marriage Records
  • Vital Records – Divorce Records
  • Voter Rolls
  • Women of North Carolina
  • Conclusion

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Research in Tennessee – NGS Research in the States Series – Second Edition; By Charles A. Sherrill; Edited by Barbara Vines Little; Published 2017 by the National Genealogical Society, Arlington, VA; 40 pp; Soft Cover, Saddle Stapled; 8.5×11 in.; ISBN: 978-1-935815-26-6; Item # NGS28

The following is found on the Table of Contents pages of Research in Tennessee – Second Edition volume:

HISTORY AND SETTLEMENT

  • Jurisdiction Changes

ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES, AND SOCIETIES

  • Tennessee State Library and Archives
  • Tennessee Genealogical Society
  • Tennessee Historical Society
  • Other Facilities

MAJOR RESOURCES

  • Aids to Research
  • Atlases, Gazetteers, and Maps
  • Biographical Sources
  • Cemetery Records
  • Censuses & Census Their Substitutes
  • Church Records
  • County–Level Records
  • County–Level Records – Loose Papers
  • Court Records
  • Court Records
  • County Courts
  • Superior Courts
  • Court System, 1809-1934
  • Chancery Courts
  • Circuit Courts
  • Supreme Court
  • Federal Court
  • Directories: City & Suburban
  • Ethnic Records – Growth & Dispersal
  • Ethnic Records – Ethnic Origins
  • Ethnic Records – African Americans
  • Ethnic Records – Melungeons
  • Ethnic Records American Indians
  • Ethnic Records – Cherokee Resources
  • Ethnic Resources – Chickasaw Resources
  • Ethnic Records – General Information
  • Land Records
  • Land Records – North Carolina Grants
  • Land Records – Tennessee Grants
  • Land Records – Accessing the Grant Records
  • Land Records – County-Level Land Records
  • Military and Pension Records
  • Military Records – Colonial Era
  • Military Records – Revolutionary War
  • Military Records – Indian Campaigns, 1784-1811
  • Military Records – State Militia Activity, 1796-1903
  • Military Records – War of 1812
  • Military Records – Old Indian Wars
  • Military Records – Mexican War
  • Military Records – Civil War
  • Military Records – Spanish American War
  • Military Records – World Wars
  • Naturalization Records
  • Newspapers
  • Probate Records
  • State Records
  • State Records – Legislative Records
  • State Records – Governors’ Records
  • Tax Records
  • Vital Records – Adoption Records
  • Vital Records – Birth and Death Records
  • Vital Records – Marriage and Divorce Records
  • Women
  • Conclusion

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Research in American Indians of Oklahoma – NGS Research in the States Series; By Kathy Huber; The Series is edited by Barbara Vines Little, CG, FNGS, FUGA, FVGS; Published 2017 by the National Genealogical Society, Arlington, VA; 40 pp; Soft Cover, Saddle Stapled; 8.5×11 in.; ISBN: 978-1-935815-28-0; Item # NGS31

The following is found on the Table of Contents pages of the American Indians of Oklahoma volume:

AMERICAN INDIANS OF OKLAHOMA

EARLY HISTORY AND REMOVAL

ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES

  • Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS)
  • National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
  • National Archives of Fort Worth
  • Western Histories Collection, University of Oklahoma Libraries
  • Helmrich Center for American Research
  • Sequoyah National Research Center (SNRC)

MAJOR RESOURCES

  • Aids to Research
  • Allotment Records
  • Atlases, Gazetteers and Maps
  • Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
  • Census Records
  • Citizenship Records
  • Newspapers
  • Oral Histories
  • Personal Papers and Manuscripts
  • Removal Papers
  • School Records
  • Conclusion

Order any of the above books at 10% off through August 18, 2017 by clicking on their respective links.

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Author: Leland Meitzler

Leland K. Meitzler founded Heritage Quest in 1985, and has worked as Managing Editor of both Heritage Quest Magazine and The Genealogical Helper. He currently operates Family Roots Publishing Company (www.FamilyRootsPublishing.com), writes daily at GenealogyBlog.com, writes the weekly Genealogy Newsline, conducts the annual Salt Lake Christmas Tour to the Family History Library, and speaks nationally, having given over 2000 lectures since 1983.

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