New York Genealogy Research Tips at AmericanAncestors

AmericanAncestors has free New York genealogy research tips and articles available at their website. Some of the topics include:

  • An Easier Way to Obtain New York State Vital Records
  • Bounty Lands in the Military Tract in Post-Revolutionary War New York State
  • County Historians for the State of New York
  • Earliest Records of Western New York State
  • Early Nineteenth-Century Welsh Immigrants in Upper New York State
  • Early Palatine Families of New York
  • Early Vital Records of New York State: the Work of Fred Q. Bowman
  • From France to New York – The Story of Three Sisters Named Marie
  • Getting to Know the Lay of the Land Using New York State Gazetteers
  • Historical Newspaper Research for New York State Ancestors
  • New York City Research Guide, Part One: Vital Records, Property Records, and Estate Records
  • New York City Research Guide, Part Three: Censuses, Cemetery Records, Military Records, Newspapers, and Libraries
  • New York City Research Guide, Part Two: Naturalization and Immigration Records, Court Records, Religious Records, and City Directories
  • New York State Cemeteries: A Finding Aid
  • New York State Census Records
  • New York State Council of Genealogical Organizations (NYSCOGO)
  • New York State Vital Records: The Legacy of Gertrude Audrey Barber
  • New York’s Failed Annexation of Vermont
  • Records of the Holland Land Company
  • Settlers of the Beekman Patent in 18th-Century Dutchess County, New York
  • The Brown Tract
  • The Development of Prattsburg, New York
  • The Erie Canal: “Mother of Cities”
  • The Holland Purchase: Pioneer Settlements in Western New York State
  • The Phelps-Gorham Purchase
  • The Union Preserved : A Guide to Civil War Records in the New York State Archives
  • The Vosburgh Collection of Congregational Church Records
  • Upstate New York Research Still Difficult, but Getting Easier
  • Web Resources for New York State Research


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