Tuesday, June 3, 2014

The Tracer Wins 2014 NGS Award

The Tracer is this year’s winner of the National Genealogical Society Newsletter Competition in the category of County or Local Genealogical or Historical Society.

As described on the NGS website, “A panel of three judges reviewed two issues of each submitted newsletter on these criteria: material interest, variety and originality; writing and editing quality; readability and attractiveness; and overall publication make-up.”

The judges’ comments included “it was one of the most professional newsletters that they have reviewed,” and “the content was far above any of the other nominations submitted for 2014.”     
            
The award was presented to Deb Cyprych, editor of The Tracer, at the NGS Conference in the States held in Richmond, Virginia May 7-10. The Tracer was honored with this award in the same location in 2007.

Great Timing!

The June issue of The Tracer is now available on our website in the Members Area. The contents of this issue are:
  • "Cincinnati Boardinghouses: 1819 to 1840"
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events
  • Lineage Societies Deadline and Heritage Luncheon
  • HCGS Publication News
  • Awards Presented at the Annual Seminar
  • HCGS in Kroger Community Rewards
  • New Project to Memorialize Civil War Veterans
  • Preserve the Pensions: $2,360!
  • More Hamilton County Marriage Records Online
  • Hamilton County Records Online at FamilySearch: Update
  • Divorce Records of the Insolvency Court
  • New Members
  • “Early History of Hamilton County—Residents in 1790”
  • Historic Hamilton County Courts and Their Records
  • Public Library Acquisitions
  • Book Reviews: Cincinnati’s Underground Railroad; A City That Sings
  • HCGS Treasurer’s Report, 2013

To read these articles, logon to our website in the Members Area and then click on The Tracer. If your HCGS membership includes printed copies of The Tracer, a copy will arrive soon by USPS mail.






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