Connecticut Archives, Societies & Publications

It is a good idea to familiarize personally with just about any repository in Connecticut that you simply might travel to by communicating with to the best suited archive or library in advance.

Most, if not all, Connecticut repositories have written and published content that present its collections as well as research policy.

Connecticut archives and historical organizations usually have On-line sites that provide equivalent details. Several also contain down loadable data for some or parts of their collections.

List of Connecticut Archives

List of Connecticut Libraries & Museums

List of Connecticut Historical & Genealogical Societies

For almost every state there is a state genealogical society, a state genealogical council, or both.

In addition to their own work, Connecticut groups many times help coordinate the efforts of local societies throughout the Connecticut.

Their unique publications, newsletters and quarterlies, supplement those created through the area societies.

Regional and State Societies

County, Township and City Societies

Religious and Ethnic Societies

Connecticut Newspapers & Publications

Connecticut Genealogical publications (magazines, newsletters, periodicals, books, etc.) contain all types of invaluable information about specific ancestors, whole lineages and families, places in time, and about all sorts of genealogical records and repositories.

Newspapers

Periodicals

Genealogical journals provide you with plenty of sources of information and facts, they are generally overlooked by genealogy and family history researchers and genealogist in looking around for family history.

Many regional and county genealogical and/or historical societies produce periodicals which have records relating to the region or vicinity they operate.

Frequently these publications have articles involving records that are not obtainable somewhere else.

  • New Haven Genealogical Magazine – (formerly The Families of Ancient New Haven and now The American Genealogist) was begun by Donald Lines Jacobus and still sets a standard for its depth and documentation
  • Connecticut Nutmegger – (1968–present) is a current publication of the Connecticut Society of Genealogists.

Books

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