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The Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library Family Tree
The Family Tree - April/May 2005

The New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) is pleased to announce the launch of a new website dedicated to the Great Migration Study Project! The website can be accessed at or through the Great Migration links on features a history of the Project written by GMSP Director Robert Charles Anderson as well as a complete backlist of all available Great Migration titles.


Subscribers to the Great Migration Newsletter can view current and archived (2002 to the present) issues of the Newsletter, as well as bonus biographical sketches. And, membership with NEHGS is no longer required to subscribe to the online version of the Newsletter!


The latest issue of the Newsletter (volume 14, number 1), which features articles on finding English origins and on Scituate, Massachusetts, is now available on the site.


The Great Migration Newsletter covers a variety of topics, including the settlement of early New England towns, migration patterns, seventeenth-century passenger lists, church records, land records, and much more. Subscriptions to either the print or online version of the Newsletter can be purchased at The print version is $20 per year, and the online version is $10 for NEHGS members and $20 for non-members.


If you have any questions about the Great Migration Study Project, please visit We hope you enjoy




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