The Nebraska Genealogy Society first published a journal in 1923; and continued until the group ceased operations in 1944. Copies of the remaining issues of their journal are sold by the Nebraska State Historical Society. If they no longer have an original for sale, they will make a copy for you. Contact NSHS for information.
Editors of the RECORD were as follows:
Jan 1923 through Jan 1925: Mabel Lindly
Apr 1925 through Jan 1926: Mrs. E.B. Crownover
Apr 1926 through Oct 1927: Mabel Lindly
Jan 1928 through Apr 1931: Gilbert H. Doane, Librarian an UNL
Jul 1931 through 1944: Raymond E. Dale, employee of NSHS
Those issues without copyright appear here.
Choose the volume & issue from the following list.
The early volumes do NOT have a Table of Contents or a Surname Index. Some of the ToC's listed have been created for your convenience. The Table of Contents follows the Title Page for each issue; scroll down to view the Table of Contents.
We have added a compiled table of contents to each volume, with some notes as an aid to your research. Those notes cannot be considered complete.
Many extractions appear in segments, usually in consecutive issues (but sometimes with breaks).
Choose the Topic Index to view an index of articles arranged by location, or type of record, etc. It includes all the issues posted. The Topic Index is not hot-linked.
Choose the Census Index for hot links to the NE Territorial & State Census extractions found in this journal.
23 Apr 1998: While there are references in the early issues to plans for producing a Surname Index for Volumes 1-8, we were not able to secure a copy.
7 Jul 2000 - Thanks to Nancy Beach (York CC) &
Cindy Drake (NSHS),
a copy of the original typed manuscript for an
EVERY NAME INDEX for Vol I - VIII.
*NOTE: 18 Jan 2002 - Only one issue now remains that is under copyright (Vol V, no. 1) Contact NSHS for information & copies.
Compiled TOC is provided for each volume, with hot-links.
The surname index is annual, and appears in the last issue of each year. No links are provided from the surname indexes.
END of publication.
NOTE: Use this link to view maps of early NE on the York County page - eight counties in 1854 (NE Territorial Census in Volume XIII) and 24 counties in 1855 (NE Territorial Census in Volumes XIV and XV). Boundaries changed rapidly.
Thanks to Nancy Beach, York CC, for this link and the information it provides!
If you have questions about this series of genealogical publications, or wish to purchase original copies, please contact NSHS.
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Swept: Feb. 1999
Jul 2000 - Everyname Index for Vol. 1-VIII added.
2001 Vol II, no. 4 through Vol III added
2002 Vol IV added.