A fascinating mix of in-person and online programming to take you on genealogical deep dives or to learn the latest in family history research. Thousands of new pages of records and collections from all over New York State and New York City—many of which aren’t available online anywhere else. A long-awaited landmark publication that will galvanize your New York genealogy research.
D. Joshua Taylor, President of the NYG&B, Jen Davis, Vice President of Membership & Advancement, and Ryan Gleason, Vice President of Digital Services, will be on hand to share exciting updates as the NYG&B marks its 155th year of operations as well as what’s in store for 2024 to help you discover your New York story, including:
- Digitize New York, a statewide initiative that partners with organizations across New York State to preserve their at-risk historical documents and make them more accessible.
- Our forthcoming publication, New York State Archives—A Guide For Family Historians, Biographers, and Historical Research, which will encompass more than 500 pages of carefully curated information for researchers.
- Upcoming research tours in New York City and Albany that will set participants up for success in their genealogical search as well as an exclusive small group heritage tour to the Netherlands this fall.