Welch & Forbes is proud to have supported as a benefactor the New England Historic Genealogical Society’s Winter Dinner, celebrating 30 years of the Great Migration Study Project, held on January 24, 2019.
The Winter Dinner featured Robert Charles Anderson, FASG in conversation with William M. Fowler, Jr at the Chilton Club. Anderson has been in the role of director of the Great Migration Study Project since its inception, Fowler in the role of emcee for the event, a renowned historian and biographer.
The New England Historic Genealogical Society characterizes the Great Migration Study Project as “the most authoritative and comprehensive scholarship ever published on early immigrants to New England. Covering accounts of all immigrants to New England from 1620-1640, from the arrival of the Mayflower to the decline of immigration resulting from the beginning of the Civil War in England, the Great Migration Study Project is the essential resource for any genealogist, historian, or descendant with early New England interests and connections.”
Click here for more information on the 2019 Winter Dinner and click here for more information on the Great Migration Study Project from the New England Historic Genealogical Society.
Once again, we are proud to support an institution like the NEHGS who holds dear the care and respect towards comprehensive family history research and legacy services.
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Disclosure: Welch & Forbes is a sponsor of this event and this advertisement should not be considered an endorsement by the New England Historic Genealogical Society’s Winter Dinner.
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