A Gold Mine of Naturalization Records in New England- A valuable set of naturalization records for five New England states. An article published in the Fall 2004 issue of Prologue Magazine, Quarterly of the National Archives and Records Administration.
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American Ancestors- Web site of the New England Historic Genealogical Society.
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Cyberancestors- Cyberancestors provides a forum for the exchange of family history related to extensive research of an old european line that began migration to new england in the early 1600.
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New England Early Genealogy Connections- Database of over 64,000 names, million + links in the 1600+/-s to 1700+/-s. A unique-only database to have all names connected for this New England period. Import into any genealogy software program. Special attention given to finding heretofore unknown wives, mothers, etc. surnames. One free report.
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Northeast Captivity Stories- All along the frontier settlements in New England are fascinating accounts of pioneers being captured by Indians and taken to Canada. Some were eventually ransomed and returned to their communities. Some escaped from their captors in remarkable ways. Others chose to remain with their captives and became an integral part of their new family.
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People of Colour in Vermont & New England- Although primarily centered on Westminster, Windham Co., Vermont,
this genealogy site has been expanded to include other localities as well.
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Scotch-Irish in New England- An article by Rev. A. L. Perry, Professor of History and Politics, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass.
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The 1718 Migration- In 1718, the first organized migration of Scots and Irish-born Presbyterian people left the north of Ireland on their way to a new life in the New
England colonies in north America.
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The Boston States Migrations- Resources to track families migrating between the Canadian Eastern Provinces, New England and New York through the centuries.
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