Are you interested in researching your family history in New York? The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society’s (NYG&B) quarterly review, New York Researcher, provides insight on conducting family history research on people and places in New York State. The publication’s run spans 1990 to present day.
The New York Researcher, formerly the NYG&B Newsletter, has been published by the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society (NYG&B) since 1970. The colorful quarterly review features instructive articles on genealogical research techniques and New York resources, profiles of repositories and genealogical societies across New York State, program announcements, website news, and book reviews.
The browsable collection of the New York Researcher allows the reader to select an issue and flip through the periodical as if reading a book or go to a specific page. It comprises JPG picture files of the original publication and does not allow full-text searching by keyword. You may discover the following information within this publication:
Authoritative articles on genealogical research techniques and resources
Timely information regarding new record sets for New York research
Profiles of genealogical societies and repositories in New York
Notices of articles on New York topics published by journals outside the state
Society updates and announcements, website news, and book reviews
In the Useful Links & Resources section, there is a link to the searchable version of this periodical, which comprises PDF files of the original publication. There you can search across the entire collection by keyword or narrow your search by volume, issue, page number, or publication year.