Clues in the New York Biographical Index

Monday, November 14 at 07:30pm EST
Online
Program
Presented By Susan R. Miller
Sponsored by the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society

How can this database of more than half a million names be leveraged to find ancestors? Learn to find the clues and follow them to information and sources.  

The index created by Gunther E. Pohl, FGBS, leads to potentially overlooked biographical sketches.   

This program, part of NYG&B Week, is free and available to the public.

About the Presenter

Susan R. Miller is the Director of Programs and Publications at the NYG&B. Sue has been with the NYG&B for over 25 years, researching her family history in New York and New England. 

Sue is the editor of the NYG&B's award-winning publication the New York Researcher and the managing editor of the New York Family History Research Guide and Gazetteer. 

She also helps organize the New York State Family History Conference as well as many other programs and events for our community and NYG&B members.