Michelle D. Novak—Revolutionary and Civil War Research: New and Overlooked Resources
Michelle D. Novak
Revolutionary and Civil War Research: New and Overlooked Resources
Believe it or not, researching your Revolutionary and Civil War ancestors has just gotten a lot more interesting. In this talk, we’ll look at some under-used resources at the State level, a whole new collection at the NYPL, and the digital changes happening at NARA—which brings more access at the same time that records are being retired to deep storage.
[Presented on March 28, 2016.]
Michelle D. Novak is a brand-designer [MND] (mnd.nyc) which serves finserv, education, and technology; a genealogist; and a teacher. She is a Master of Information student at Rutgers University, holds a BFA from RISD, and certificates from BU, Gen-Fed, and GRIP. Novak is Trustee and Webmaster for the Genealogical Society of Bergen County (GSBC) and a former Trustee of the Genealogical Society of New Jersey. She also serves as Project Administrator for the GSNJ-NJSA New Jersey Early Land Records Project; Editor of the GSBC’s national award-winning newsletter, The Archivist; and is involved with numerous transcription, indexing, publicity, and digitization projects. (She is also the designer of the History Camp logo and website.)
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