Four Unfamiliar Bergen County Resources
Presentation by Peggy W. Norris, MS, MLIS,
Recorded Monday, 10 October 2022
A tour of some rich, but often overlooked Bergen County (New Jersey) Resources, including the Dutch Door Genealogy website, the George Olin Zabriskie papers, the Revolutionary War Erskine maps, and the Bergen County Division of Cultural and Historical Affairs website.
Four Unfamiliar Bergen County Resources, Session Handout. ©2022 Peggy W. Norris, MS, MLIS [PDF]
Guide to George Olin Zabriskie Manuscript Collections, FamilySearch. ©2022 Peggy W. Norris, MS, MLIS [PDF]
Peggy W. Norris, MS, MLIS, is a librarian retired from the Bolger Heritage Center at Ridgewood Public Library. She has been researching family history for over 30 years and in recent years has been using deeds to solve genealogical problems. She is also interested in quilts and quilt history.
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