New York Records Online: The NYG&B eLibrary Tutorial

Monday, July 10, 2017 - 10:30am

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society has over fifty digital record collections, which contain well over one million names.

Visit the NYG&B eLibrary to see our wide variety of record sets, which include birth, marriage and death records, religious records, every issue of our periodicals that have ever been published, and more. 

This article will show you how to get the most out of our digital library - for members, this is a great place to start taking advantage of your NYG&B membership. Even if you aren't a member, you can still view information about our collections, why they're important, and what areas and time periods they cover. 

For those looking for a brief overview, we suggest watching this video. For a more in-depth exploration of our website, watch our Using webinar. If you still have questions about the eLibrary, please read our eLibrary FAQ.




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I have made a note to myself to find information from Worden's Index and reported in a back issue of the Researcher. My searh is regarding an "MSS of Newman in Worden's, 70:77". Can you help with this request (Does it even make sense?) Thanks Alice Mellen