The Maine State Library has received a grant to digitize 100,000+ pages of historical Maine newspapers. It’s a 2 year project and the content will be available online at […]

Information from member Frances Heales… As we know, churches in England may have plaques on the walls which may contain genealogical information. There may also be brass plaques on the […]

Someone I know who is American has a South American friend who travels on an Italian passport. Apparently if you are of close enough Italian descent you may be able […]

As further reference to what was in my president’s message… I heard part of a story on NPR of a non-profit which needed volunteers to take care of an old […]

Archival Notes, May 2017

The Aroostook County Genealogical Society (ACGS) Library in the Archival Room at The Caribou Public Library (CPL) is gradually growing its’ collection. The growth has been phenomenal since we were […]

This Old Tree, May 2017

This month I would like to remind all the readers, especially those that are just getting started, to not forget the female side of your ancestry. Many of the women are just facts and figures without a lot known of their individual lives in many trees.

President’s Message, May 2017

Hopefully your outdoor/travel research is now in full swing. When you’re out and about keep your eyes open for Victorian cradle graves. Those graves had a headstone, footstone, and 2 […]