New England’s ‘Seventh State’: Life along the coast

B.J. Jamieson
Jun 16, 2021
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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Transportation Times
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Proof of Origin
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Newspaper Accounts
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Lloyd's Register
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Other Records
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Maritime Museums
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Announcements/prizes
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Questions/answers
12m 25s

About this webinar

Before railroads, New Englanders traveled by water along the coast from CT to RI and MA to ME. Records for those following a seafaring life (and their families) can be found in archives and other repositories along the coast.

About the speaker

About the speaker

B.J. Jamieson is the genealogy reference specialist at the Maine State Library, as well as serving as the genealogy interest group chair for the Maine Library Association. She holds an M.S. in library science from Clarion University as well as a p
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  1. Legacy Family Tree
    3 months ago

    B.J. always does an excellent job with her presentations.

    BJ, thank you the vast swath of detailed information.

    Excellent information! Thank you so much.

    Excellent presentation!

    Excellent! I love the topic. I love the lots of slides. BJ did a great job talking to us. So much info!

    Fascinating maps!!! Lots of useful information!!

    God presention. Good detailed info.

    Good info thanks

    Good research repository info… but wasn’t what I had expected. Worth a listen!

    Great information

    Great information that has expanded my knowledge on east coast life and available resources for researching in these areas.

    Great information, loved the maps! Great resources.

    Great Information. I really enjoyed . Please consider doing webinars on the different states.

    Great presentation! My seafaring folks are from much further south, but this gave me great ideas of resources to look for.

    Great topic!!

    I greatly enjoyed learning about maritime records.

    I love new info!

    I really appreciated her conversational presentation, rather than those who read a script. A wealth of great information.

    Interesting information. Thanks.

    It would be interesting to do a followup lecture on this topic either dividing by time, ie before and after 1820 or between MA and Maine. Very interesting topic!

    Lots of information !!!

    Lots of information, much of it different and not what I’ve heard before or thought of. Thank you.

    lots of new sources unknown to me

    love all the maps!

    My New England ancestry is pretty limited, but she covered information that is pertinent in any search of maritime ancestors. Thanks!

    opened up a whole new way of thinking — regarding travel in the New England states!!! Thanks so much!!

    Really enjoyable webinar. Speaker was knowledgeable and well prepared. Unique topic. Thanks!

    so much information that I did not know and resources to follow up on.

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  2. Legacy Family Tree
    3 months ago

    So very informative! I’d love to borrow Ms. Jamison as I research!

    Thank you!

    Thank you!

    Thanks for all the website suggestions.

    It’s good to be able to save/print the chat. The title/subject matter of this presentation was new to me but very relevant.

    The speaker gave us so much useful information! Thank you for this excellent webinar.

    This was the best webinar I have seen. Gave me some ideas of places I haven’t tried for information on a ship’s captain from around 1800-1820.

    This was very helpful and the information will definitely help me with my research!

    Very Good

    Very good suggestions for where to go for trouble spots to get information.

    Very helpful

    Very helpful! Hopefully I will get to use her information to find people.

    very informative

    Very informative! I had no idea so much information was available online. Great presenter, and very accessible and willing to help post presentation. Time was well spent in attending this webinar. Thank you very much. B.J. Jamieson and Legacy.

    very interesting

    very interesting information and very useful

    very interesting. Knowledgeable speaker

    Very,Very Good. Give food for thought.

    Well done. Lots of information

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