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Genealogy Society Journal or Quarterly (week 39)

Journal by ngairedith

New Zealand Periodicals says "A periodical is a regularly published magazine, newsletter, or journal. Many genealogical societies and historical organizations in New Zealand publish magazines, newsletters and genealogical periodicals"

I subscribe to the monthly enewsletter from FamNet, the on-line Family History Network for those with a New Zealand connection! This is where you can interact with the FamNet community: post your views, read old newsletters, and so on. Most of this is freely available, you will not even need to register unless you want to post something, or get access to blogs.
See here for a list of past newsletters
... it includes:
? newsletters
? ask an expert
? can youo identify these pictures
? information wanted
? help offered
? for sale
? letters to the editor
? useful websites (currently 4410 URLs recorded in the searchable table)
? top NZ sites
? top OZ sites
? blogs & mailing lists
? FamNet in Schools (making family history fun & interesting)


The New Zealand Society of Genealogist (NZSG) is unique because it covers the whole of New Zealand.
In other countries, individual areas have their own organisations.

THE NZ GENEALOGIST MAGAZINE
NZSG Members receive bi-monthly issues of The New Zealand Genealogist for the period of their membership.
This award-winning magazine [FFHS Elizabeth Simpson Award 1995 & 1999] contains articles of interest to all members, not only those researching in New Zealand but also those researching overseas from New Zealand. A full-colour production, it also contains regular features on NZSG services to members, book reviews, NZSG activities around New Zealand, and the latest developments in the genealogy/family history world.
Members are entitled to have their research queries and up to 16 surnames of interest published each year in The New Zealand Genealogist, and are encouraged to submit articles on research and family history-related topics.

The Journal of the NZSG. This magazine is issued six times a year by the appointed editor under the umbrella of the NZSG elected Council.
You need to belong to the NZSG to receive it personally (see top link) but it could be available in libraries for you to see.

It features:
? Articles written by members about their research.
? Educational articles.
? Branch news.
? Resource news.
? Reports of meetings.
? New books available for borrowing.
? Who am I (photographs of unidentified people)
? Information wanted and offered.
? Members interests

Membership entitles you to:
* Branches
* Cheque Service
* Educational Courses
* Interest Groups
* Letter of introduction for overseas visits
* Library
* Members Interests
* Members On-Line Discussion [Members List]
* Members Only Databases
* NZSG Family Research Centre
* On Line [Gale] Newspapers - Yours to read on-line at home!
* Publications
* Research Services
? Government Gazettes
? Huguenot research service
? North America research service
* Schools Look ups
* Scottish Certificates purchasing service
* The NZ Genealogist magazine
* UK Certificates purchasing service
* UK Probates purchasing service
click her to become a Member


there are 72 NZSG Branches throughout New Zealand
- (go to this site for individual links to each town branch listed below)

54 branches in the North Island
Northland District:
? Bay of Islands
? Far North
? Northern Wairoa
? Warkworth
? Wellsford
? Whangarei

Auckland District:
? Auckland
? Franklin
? Hibiscus Coast
? Howick
? North Shore
? Panmure
? Papakura
? Papatoetoe
? St Heliers
? St Johns
? Waitakere

Waikato District:
? Cambridge
? Hamilton
? Huntly
? Matamata
? Morrinsville
? Te Awamutu
? Tokoroa

Thames Valley-Coromandel District:
? Mercury Bay
? Tairua/Pauanui
? Thames
? Waihi
? Whangamata

Bay of Plenty District:
? Papamoa
? Rotorua
? Tauranga
? Te Puke
? Whakatane

Taupo District:
? Lake Taupo

King Country District:
? Te Kuiti

East Cape/Poverty Bay District:
? Gisborne

Taranaki District:
? Hawera
? Inglewood
? New Plymouth
? Stratford
? Waitara

Wanganui/Rangitikei District:
? Wanganui

Hawkes Bay District:
? Hawkes Bay

Wairarapa District:
? Wairarapa

Manawatu/Horowhenua District:
? Feilding
? Otaki
? Palmerston North

Wellington District:
? Hutt Valley
? Kapiti
? Kilbirnie
? Porirua
? Wellington


18 branches in the South Island
Nelson District:
? Motueka
? Nelson

Malborough District:
? Blenheim

Westland District:

North Canterbury District:
? Waimakariri

Canterbury, Central & Mid District:
? Bishopdale
? Canterbury
? Riccarton

South Canterbury District:
? South Canterbury
? Waimate

Otago District:
? Alexandra
? Balclutha
? Cromwell
? Dunedin
? Mosgiel
? Oamaru

Southland District:
? Gore
? Southland
? Winton


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52 Weeks of Abundant Genealogy
week 33
ANCESTOR LEGEND

week 34
GENEALOGY CHALLENGES

week 35
GENEALOGY FRIENDS

week 36
ANCESTORS PHOTOS

week 37
STATE ARCHIVES

week 38
FUNNY ANCESTOR STORY

week 39
SOCIETY JOURNAL or QUARTERLY

week 40
WILD CARD

week 41
PAST GENEALOGY RESOURCES

week 42
BIGGEST GENEALOGY ACCOMPLISHMENT
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New Zealand Sociey of Genealogist
FAMILY HISTORY - PRESERVING OUR PAST FOR THE FUTURE

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on 2012-09-28 05:29:55

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