Gale Genealogy Connect: New England Subscription
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The early settlers of New England are the ancestors of over 30 million people living today. Fortunately, from their very beginnings, New England towns and cities maintained vital records and church records. These records form the basis of hundreds of genealogies. Among the many useful books in this bundle are the landmark publications on Massachusetts and Connecticut marriages by Frederic W. Bailey. Following the appearance of this important body of source records, the benchmark for region-wide collections of family histories was set with the publication of Donald Lines Jacobus’s Families of Ancient New Haven, a legendary work which complements other Connecticut compendia such as Susan Abbott’s Families of Early Milford, Lucius Barbour’s Families of Early Hartford, and Alvan Talcott’s Families of Early Guilford, all of which are featured in Gale Genealogy Connect: New England collection. Additional highlights of Gale Genealogy Connect: New England includes several works which have become standards, among them Susan Roser’s books on Mayflower passengers and their descendants, including Mayflower Increasings, Mayflower Marriages, Mayflower Births & Deaths, and Mayflower Deeds & Probates.
Gale Genealogy Connect features a wide range of comprehensive references and is powered by authoritative information from Genealogical.com — the parent company of Genealogical Publishing and Clearfield Company, leading publishers of works on genealogy and family history.
With these unique references, available for the first time online in fully searchable format, users can confidently connect the dots with authoritative contextual information, where the full story lives.
"Available round-the-clock to an unlimited number of simultaneous users, this collection will be welcomed by genealogists accustomed to finding these titles on noncirculating reference shelves. Recommended for public libraries." - Booklist, January 1, 2013— Booklist