New York Articles Published in Journals Outside New York

Since 1990 the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society has published a column in the New York Researcher which points out articles related to New York genealogy published by genealogical journals with a focus other than New York.  For many years known as Seen Elsewhere, the column was published on an annual basis.  Now known as "New York Articles from Beyond Our Boundaries", the column is published quarterly. 

The eLibrary has compiled a comprehensive, index of articles that have appeared in the "Seen Elsewhere" and "Beyond Our Boundaries" columns from 1990 through 2011.

Many of the most important New York articles in journals other than the Record were published before 1990. They are identified in a series of NYG&B Newsletter articles written by Henry B. Hoff, CG, FASG, FGBS, who was also the long-time compiler of Seen Elsewhere. These articles can be found in the NYG&B's Knowledgebase.

The list, acessible as a PDF includes articles that happeared between 1990 and 2011 from the following publications:

  • American Ancestors
  • American Ancestors Journal
  • American Baptist Quarterly
  • The American Genealogist
  • The American Historical Review
  • The American Jewish Archives Journal
  • American Jewish History
  • American Journal of Legal History
  • Ancestry
  • The Archivist
  • Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly
  • The Atlantic County [New Jersey] Historical Yearbook with Historical and Genealogical Data
  • AVOTAYNU: The International Review of Jewish Genealogy
  • Berkshire Genealogist
  • Berry Bulletin
  • Cahiers du Centre De Genealogie Protestante
  • Connecticut Ancestry
  • The Connecticut Nutmegger
  • De Halve Maen
  • De Nederlandsche Leeuw
  • Desert Tracker (West Valley Genealogical Society, Youngtown, Arizona)
  • The Detroit Society for Genealogical Research Magazine
  • Dorot
  • Dutch Family Heritage Society Quarterly
  • Early American Studies
  • Everton's Genealogical Helper
  • Families (Ontario Genealogical Society)
  • Family Chronicle
  • Family Tree Magazine
  • FGS FORUM
  • Genealogical Journal
  • The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey
  • Genealogie et Histoire de la Caraibe
  • The Genealogist
  • Genealogists' Magazine
  • Gens Nostra
  • The German Connection
  • Great Migration Newsletter
  • Greenwich History: The Journal of the Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich [Connecticut]
  • Heritage Quest
  • History Connections
  • The Howland Quarterly
  • The Irish at Home and Abroad
  • The Irish Genealogist
  • Irish Roots
  • Italian Genealogical Group
  • Italian Genealogical Group Newsletter
  • Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society
  • The Journal of American History
  • Journal of the Early Republic
  • The Journal of Presbyterian History
  • Journal of Urban History
  • The Maine Genealogist
  • Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin
  • MASSOG: A Genealogical Magazine for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • The Mayflower Descendant
  • The Mayflower Quarterly
  • Memories de la Societe Genealogique Canadienne-Francaise
  • Mershon News Bulletin
  • The Michigan Historical Review
  • Minnesota Genealogist
  • National Genealogical Society Quarterly
  • National Society, Descendants of Early Quakers
  • New England Ancestors
  • The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
  • The New Hampshire Genealogical Record
  • News and Notes from the Fauquier Historical Society (Warrenton, Virginia)
  • NEXUS
  • NGS Magazine (formerly NGS Newsmagazine)
  • The Nova Scotia Genealogist
  • The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine
  • PROLOGUE: Quarterly of the National Archives and Records Administration
  • Rhode Island Roots
  • The Saint-Dominique Newsletter
  • Somerset County Genealogical Quarterly
  • The Sonneck Society for American Music Bulletin
  • Stammbaum: The Journal of German-Jewish Genealogical Research
  • Swedish American Genealogist
  • Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina
  • Vermont Genealogy
  • The Virginia Genealogist
  • The William and Mary Quarterly

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