The Great Migration Study Project

The aim of the Great Migration Study Project is to compile comprehensive genealogical and biographical accounts of every person who settled in New England between 1620 and 1640. Between these years about twenty thousand English men, women, and children crossed the Atlantic to settle New England. For a century and a half genealogists have been studying these families, and thousands of books and articles have been published as a result.

The Great Migration Newsletter

Published quarterly and available in print and online, the Newsletter addresses broad issues key to understanding the lives and times of New England's first immigrants.

Volume 23, Number 2 - April–June 2014
Disappointed Fiancées, Editor’s Effusions, Focus on Rhode Island, Elements of Genealogical Analysis, John Knight of Watertown and Beyond, Recent Literature

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