CSG Board Member Pauline C. Merrick’s “Researching Freed and Enslaved in Colonial Connecticut” is one of the pre-recorded presentations for Virtual NERGC 2021.  Pauline has a lifelong interest in genealogy. She is the published author of a book and several journal articles. Her experience lies mainly in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York research, making the most of online resources, and interpretation and correlation of records. DNA for genealogy has fascinated her for several years, and she has planned DNA research programs and assisted others in interpreting their results. She lectures on Connecticut research and DNA. In addition to serving on CSGs Board of Governors, Pauline conducts special projects for the Samuel Huntington Homestead in Scotland, Connecticut. Her website can be found at PaulineCMerrick.com.

Registration for Virtual NERGC before March 25 ensures first access to several very important things: a link to the conference syllabus; a link to register for the Table Topics event; information on registration for the SIG sessions; and the all-important link to enter the Virtual Attendee Hub! Register at https://nergc.org