The Road Less Traveled: Polish & Ukrainian Research

Beyond the Draft: WWI Records in the National Archives

Cutting-Edge Genealogy: Using New Technology and Thinking to Move Your Research

New Avenues to Italian Family Research

An Introduction to Irish Research

Beyond the Basics of Irish Genealogy

Genealogy Technology: Latest Trends, Hardware & Software

Researching with E-Resources: Catalogs

Researching with E-Resources: Catalogs

Researching with E-Resources: Periodicals and Newspapers

Finding Family: Using Alien Files

Finding Family: Preserving Your Family Papers

Finding Family: Civil War Draft Records

Finding Family: Using NARA's Online Catalogs

Researching with E-Resources: Periodicals and Newspapers

Block & Lot: New York City

Block & Lot: New York City

Using Zotero in Your Research

Using Zotero in Your Research

German Genealogical Group - October Meeting

Technologies for Genealogists

Clues from Family Photos

Clues from Family Photos

Uncovering Your Family History: Introduction to Genealogical Research

Uncovering Your Family History: Introduction to Genealogical Research

Uncovering Your Family History: Introduction to Genealogical Research

Uncovering Your Family History: Introduction to Genealogical Research

Digital Gotham: Researching New York City History Online

Beginning Your Genealogical Journey

Beginning Your Genealogical Journey

Genealogy 101: Two Lectures

Beginning Your Irish Research

Reap More Genealogical Bounties

Genealogy 101: Two Lectures

Getting Started on Your Family History

Advancing Your Genealogical Journey

Getting Started on Your Family History

NYG&B 2012 Repository Tours: National Archives Northeast Region

NYG&B 2012 Repository Tours: New York City Municipal Archives

NYG&B 2012 Repository Tours: The Milstein & Map Divisions of NYPL

NYG&B 2012 Repository Tours: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

NYG&B 2012 Repository Tours: The Manuscripts and Archives Division of NYPL

NYG&B 2012 Repository Tours: Center for Jewish History

The Road to the 1940 Census: In Search of Your Family History

Uncovering Long Lost Stories at Green-Wood Cemetery

Exploring the A-files

One Thing Leads to Another: The Genealogy Journey of Discovery

A Matter of Church Heraldry

Acquiring a Coat of Arms

Differentiating a Logo from a Coat of Arms

The Heraldry of Wine 1/29/13

Tracking Nineteenth Century German-American Families: More Strategies and Sources for New York Researchers

Using New York Area Resources for Jewish Genealogical Research

Now Playing on Your Home Computer: The 1940 Census

Resources for Locating Caribbean Ancestors in New York City

Block & Lot: New York City

Researching with E-Resources: Periodicals and Newspapers

Researching with E-Resources: Scholarly Publications

Finding Family: Researching in the 1940 Census

Finding Family: Using Military Records

Researching and Restitution in the Austrian State Archives

Genealogy Workshop with Wilhelmina Kelly

Managing a Personal or Family Archive: Why? What? How?

Identity and Oral History

Clues from Family Photos

Uncovering Your Family History: Introduction to Genealogical Research, Part I

IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas

Beyond Borders: Social Movements, Immigrants, and New York City in the Transnational Context, 1895-1940

Domestic Workers in New York City, Yesterday and Today

Walking Tour: Trinity Church Cemetery in Upper Manhattan

Lunch & Learn: Historic Kreischerville

Bricks, Burrs, & Beer: Manufacturing on Staten Island

The Irish on Staten Island

Book Talk at the NYG&B: Hey America, Your Roots are Showing!

Irish and Scotch-Irish Research

Researching New York City Resources Remotely

Return of the Soldier: The Scots in America during World War I

50 Years of Preserving and Celebrating Northport’s History

Blogging Your Family History

The 1940 Census with the Genealogy Society of Bergen County

An Overview of German Personal and Place Names

Eighth Annual African-American Genealogy Conference

A Taste of Northport

Find Your Roots on St. Patrick’s Day

Book Talk: Oxford Geneticist, Brian Sykes at the NYG&B - SOLD OUT

Searching for your ancestors in the 1940 Federal Census

Uncovering Your Family History: Introduction to Genealogical Research, Part I

Getting Ready for the 1940 Census: Searching without a Name Index by "One Step" Stephen Morse

Researching with E-Resources: Catalogs

Research in Albany 2012 *SOLD OUT!

Introduction to Schenectady Genealogy Resources

Goodbye to Genealogy Clutter

Historic Brooklyn Heights Walking Tour with Big Onion

Discover Williamsburg Walking Tour with Urban Oyster

Brooklyn Bridge Tour with the Brooklyn Historical Society

Great Houses of Havana: A Century of Cuban Style

Who Do You Think Your Ancestors Were?

Learn About the Heraldry of American Presidents

Walking Tour: Woodlawn Cemetery

Social Networking for Family Historians

Researching with E-Resources: Catalogs

Researching Criminal Ancestors

Irish Genealogy Resources: Finding Records for an Irish Ancestor

Book Talk: "Hey America, Your Roots Are Showing!"

Other Places Your Ancestors Might Be Hiding: "Non-Genealogy" Databases and Internet Resources to Explore

Finding Genealogical Treasure in the NYS Archives

Putting Flesh on the Bones of Your Ancestor

The Hoppers and Other Bergen County Dutch Families

Using Family Search

Uncovering Your Family History: Introduction to Genealogical Research, Part I

Block & Lot: Researching the Architecture and the Built Environment of NYC

Who Lived in a House Like This?: Research the History of Your NYC Home

Uncovering Your Family History: Introduction to Genealogical Research, Part II

National Archives at New York City: Relocation, Information Session and Opening Exhibit

Trace Your Roots with DNA

National Archives at New York City: Temporary Hours of Operation and Research Services

National Archives at New York City Exhibit: "The World's Port" Opening

NARA at NYC: 3rd Annual K-12 Archives Education Institute for Teachers

First Step to Freedom: The 150th Anniversary of the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation

Family History Game Show at Ellis Island

"Are You Really My Mother?" with the German Genealogy Group

Book Talk: Marmee and Louisa: The Untold Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Mother

*Rescheduled* Repository Tour: The Genealogy & Map Division of NYPL 2/15/13 *Rescheduled*

Repository Tour: Archives of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine 2/12/13

Repository Tour: New York City Municipal Archives 3/1/13

Repository Tour: The Manuscripts and Archives Division of NYPL, 3/13/13

Repository Tour: National Archives at New York City, 3/26/13

Repository Tour: Center for Jewish History, 4/11/13

Significantly Advance Your Research Skills with Online Legend Steve Morse

Book Talk: Defiant Brides: The Untold Story of Two Revolutionary-Era Women and the Radical Men They Married

New York’s Censuses and City Directories: Ancestral Record Links Across Decennial Gaps of Federal Censuses

Introduction to Census Records

Introduction to Passenger Arrival Records Research

Introduction to Naturalization Records Research

Researching Military Records

“Coming of Age as a Sharecropper”

“Tioga County African-American History"

Researching Your Roots with Genealogist Wilhelmena Kelly

Are You Really My Mother? with the German Genealogy Group

My Ancestor Was a What?: Researching Huguenots and Walloons in Europe and America

Exploring the Archives of the Reformed Church in America

Book Talk: African American Legacies

New York State Family History Conference

How we share and preserve memories in a digital era?

Palatines to America Conference in Albany

Book Talk: New Netherland in a Nutshell

New Benefit for NYG&B Members: Brown-Bag Lunch and Problem-Solving Session

Jewish Geography in America: Who Went Where When and Why

New York City Family History Research: An Afternoon of Learning in Memory of Steven Siegel

Irish Family History Forum: Naturalization in the United States

Same Name, Must Be Same Person: Is That Really Your Ancestor? with the German Genealogy Group

Weaving Genealogy and History

Book Talk: Grand Central: How a Train Station Transformed America

Finding Family Genealogy Series: Researching the 1940 Census

Finding Family Genealogy Series: Beginner Genealogy at the National Archives

Finding Family Genealogy Series: Using eVetRecs

Finding Family Genealogy Series: Using NARA’s Online Resources

Irish Genealogy Resources: Finding Records for an Irish Ancestor

Who Lived in a House Like This? How to Research the History of Your New York City Home.

Uncovering your Family History; Part I: Researching Vital Records and the Census

Who Lived in a House Like This? How to Research the History of Your New York City Home.

Uncovering your Family History: Using Handbooks to Develop Genealogy Research Plans

American Jewish History and Identity through Portraiture

Technology for Genealogists with the Genealogical Society of Bergen County

Walking Tour of the Local History and Genealogy Resources at the New York State Library

Making Effective Use of NewYorkFamilyHistory.org

Searching the All-Galicia Database & Gesher Galicia Map Room Online

South African Heraldry

A Life in Heraldry

French Medieval Heraldry

Papal Arms within the Discipline of Ecclesiastic Heraldry

Uncovering Your Family History: Researching Immigration Records

Hispanic Family History Fair by the Hispanic Genealogical Society of New York

Uncovering your Family History; Part I: Researching Vital Records and the Census

Who Lived in a House Like This? How to Research the History of Your New York City Home

Uncovering your Family History: Using Handbooks to Develop Genealogy Research Plans

Uncovering Your Family History: Researching Immigration Records

Researching with E-Resources: Periodicals and Newspapers

Knickerbocker Book Circle

The Genealogy Event

Photography of the Caribbean Jewish Cemeteries

Open House at Brooklyn Public Library's Brooklyn Collection

Preserving Your Family Scrapbooks with the Oyster Bay Historical Society

Archives and History Day at the Monmouth County Archives

Free African American Families in Antebellum Monmouth County

The British Soldier of Burgoyne's Army - A Living History Presentation

Heritage Hunters of Saratoga County NY Annual Genealogy Conference

Preservation at Home

Tour of Trinity Church and Archives

Book Talk: The Quack's Daughter: A True Story About the Private Life of a Victorian College Girl

Open House and Finding Family: Beginner Genealogy at the National Archives

Prohibition Gangsters: The Rise and Fall of a Bad Generation

2014 Repository Tours: NYPL: Milstein Division and Maps Division

2014 Repository Tours: NYPL: Manuscripts and Archives Division

SOLD OUT- 2014 Repository Tours: Municipal Archives Tour #1: Basic Orientation

SOLD OUT: 2014 Repository Tours: Municipal Archives Tour #2: Beyond the Basics

Walking Tour of the Local History and Genealogy Resources at the New York State Library

"The Myth and Reality of Jewish Life in Eastern Europe" with JGS

Jewish History of Lodz Poland and Genealogical Research

Using SecondSite to Create a Family History CD or Web Site

Irish traditions, stories, songs, and poetry for the Christmas season

“Material Matters: It’s in the Details” Seminar at Fort Ticonderoga

Citizen Cartography@NYPL: Building a Virtual Atlas of New York

Citizen Cartography @NYPL: Discovering Local Histories

Researching with E-Resources: Periodicals and Newspapers

Citizen Cartography @NYPL: Exploring New York's Past and Present

Who Lived in a House Like This? How to Research the History of Your New York City Home

Uncovering your Family History: Researching Vital Records and the Census

Uncovering Your Family History: Researching Immigration Records

Uncovering your Family History: Using Handbooks to Develop Genealogy Research Plans

Genealogy After Dark: Fenton History Center’s lock-in

Moving Emancipation into Equality: A Conversation on Post-Civil War Brooklyn with Carla Peterson, author of Black Gotham

Book Talk: Brooklyn’s Plymouth Church in the Civil War Era

Canadian Genealogy Research

Researching Your New Jersey Ancestors

IFHF General Meeting: Records of St. Malachy’s Home

IFHF General Meeting: The New NARA (National Archives and Records Administration)

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland; A New Era Has Begun

From Genealogy to History: Exploring the Jewish 20th Century through One Family’s Story

Can I Do My Genealogy On My Tablet?

Organizit: Reducing Your Paper and Digital Clutter

Finding Living Relatives

Using familysearch.org for Genealogical Research

Finding Family Genealogy Series at NARA NYC

Records & Information Management Class: Basics for Non-Records Managers

How Grand Central Transformed America presented by the New York State Museum and the New York State Archives Partnership Trust

"Grand Central Terminal: 100 Years of a New York Landmark", presented by the New York State Museum and the New York State Archives Partnership Trust

Scottish Herald at the NYG&B

POSTPONED: New York Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society Annual Convention

35th Conference on New York State History

Making Discoveries with Surname Variants

Andiamo in Italia: Italian Family History Research in Italy and from Home

Family Timelines with Treelines.com

Looking for Your New York Tenant Farmer: Little-Used Resources

The Essential Role of Gazetteers in Genealogical Research

Trolley Tour of Baseball’s Greats at Green-Wood with the Brooklyn Historical Society

IFHF General Meeting: My Irish Grandmother

Google for Genealogists

Using familysearch.org

City Directories for Genealogical Research

The records of St. Malachy’s Home in Brooklyn

Tracking David Stone, the Jewish Bank Robber of Frost, Texas

Using TMG: Beginners Help Session/Questions & Answers

Timelines and Chronologies: Secrets of Success

Auringer Seelye Talk at the Saratoga Springs Public Library

Genealogy Lock-In at the Patchogue-Medford Library

Genealogical Records of the War of 1812

Alien Files

Finding Your Ancestors’ Immigration Records and Stories at Ancestry

Getting the Most from Ancestry.com

Finding Family: Using Fold3

Finding Family: Using FamilySearch

Irish Genealogy Resources: Finding Records for an Irish Ancestor

Family Heirlooms and Treasures

My Father's Wars: Migration, Memory and the Violence of a Century

A visit to the Bialystocker Synagogue

Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) Citizenship Records: Beyond the Basics

Using SecondSite to Create a Family History CD or Web Site

Blogging for Beginners

They Fought Back: Jewish Heroines of Auschwitz

From Tangier to Argentina and Back: An International Journey

Finding Living People on the Internet

Naturalization: Where are the documents?

Ellis Island Records, Googling Your Family Tree, and Citing Your Sources

Tips and Tricks of Surname Searching, Your Scandinavian Roots, & Useful State Genealogy Sites

Dead Relatives Club, Sachem Public Library

Dowered or Bound Out: Records of Widows and Orphans

Tracing Italian Immigrant History to the Italian American Present

A Family For Isabella: Building a Family Through Circumstantial Evidence

Connecticut Genealogy Resources

Records & Information Management Basics for Non-Record Managers, Part 2

The Kellys of Kildare at the Emerson Family History Center

What is “Fact” at the Ridgewood Public Library

Finding the Others at the Ridgewood Public Library

Technology Tools for Genealogists

Bergen County History Breakfast

Heritage Conversations at the Ridgewood Public Library: Intro to Genealogy

Heritage Conversations at the Ridgewood Public Library: Using Zotero

"You Stand Alone...Fight Like Hell": The 97th New York at Gettysburg

The Battle of Oriskany and General Nicholas Herkimer

Hidden History of the Mohawk Valley

Genealogy Online with HeritageQuest and Ancestry

Walking Tour of the Local History and Genealogy Resources at the New York State Library

A Focus on the Civil War

History of the Catholic Church in America and Research Opportunities

Resources for Genealogists at Onondaga County Public Library

Researching Your Immigrant Ancestors

Understanding and Exploring Your Polish Genealogy

2014 Repository Tours: Municipal Archives Tour #3: Beyond the Basics

Special Genealogy Program: Introduction to INS Immigration and Naturalization Records

Finding the Only Child's Niece

Immigrant Nation Event at Ellis Island

Preservation Week 2014: Caring for Your Personal Media

Preservation Week 2014: Caring for Your Home Book and Paper Collections

Preservation Week 2014: Caring for Your Home Photograph Collections

Preservation Week 2014: Behind the Scenes - A Brief Look at the Barbara Goldsmith Preservation Moving Image Labs

Preservation Week 2014: Caring for Your Personal Media

Preservation Week 2014: Audio Preservation at NYPL

Preservation Week 2014: Caring for Your Home Book and Paper Collections

Preservation Week 2014: Preservation Open House in Albany

Preservation Week 2014: Preserving Family Photographs

Preservation Week 2014: Preserving Your Personal Treasures

Preservation Week 2014: Behind the Scenes Tour of the Center for Jewish History

Preservation Week 2014: Ask the Experts at CJH

Preservation Week 2014: Introduction to Film Preservation with NYPL’s Reserve Film and Video Collection

Preservation Week 2014: Preserving Scrapbooks, Webinar

Dead Relatives Club, Sachem Public Library

Dead Relatives Club, Sachem Public Library

Dead Relatives Club, Sachem Public Library

Ancient Irish Genealogies

Founder's Day Weekend

Halfmoon Historical Society Meeting

Historic Brooklyn Heights Tour with Big Onion

FREE Book Launch and Author Talk: Philip F. Napoli Bringing It All Back Home An Oral History of New York City’s Vietnam Veterans

Phelps Genealogy Club

Wayne County New York Genealogical Society

Italian Genealogical Group Meeting

"Writing Your Family History" with the GGG

Finding the Only Child's Niece: Truth and Fiction in Genealogical Sources

The Master Genealogist computer program -- Q & A

Exploring Familysearch.org

Passenger Manifests and the Immigrant Voyage

An Introduction to Census Research and A Beginner’s Guide to Italian Family Tree Resources

How to Reopen and Work a Genealogical Cold Case

Canadian Ports of Entry

Bring ‘Em Back to Life: Developing an Ancestor Profile

The Future of Genealogy at Forest Lawn Cemetery: The Margaret L. Wendt Archive and Resource Center

2014 Repository Tours: Municipal Archives Tour #2: Beyond the Basics

2014 Repository Tours: Municipal Archives Tour #1: Basic Orientation

Hispanic Genealogy Research

Who Lived In A House Like This?: Researching the History of Your New York City Home

Genealogy Day at the Schenectady County Historical Society

Sharing Stories: Polish Life in Our Valley