Resources for Salem Ancestry Research

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This year’s Salem Ancestry Days runs in person and virtually April 30-May 3, 2021. This new annual event celebrates ancestral and immigrant connections to Salem with lectures, walking tours, panels with genealogy experts and more.

Whether you are looking to get a jump start on researching your family history ahead of your visit, or looking for ways to get started at home, we’ve put together a list of resources that can be accessed all year long:

Getting Started with Ancestry Research

Salem Ancestry Resources

Salem Witch Trials

African American History

Indigenous Resources

Architectural History

Regional Resources

To learn more about Salem Ancestry Days, visit salemancestry.org.

 

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  1. So sad I just found your site as your weekend is just about over. Will you be keeping a database of interested people for next year, be having any events during the winter, or looking for any sort of volunteers? My Salem ancestor surnames are Winthrop, Dudley, and Bradstreet, who came pretty early and then moved on but I still feel the connection when I drive across town.

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      We do have an email list you can sign up for to get updates on next year’s festival! You can sign up here. Next year’s event will be April 29-May 2, 2022. We’re also going to compile a list of recordings from this year’s events that took place virtually that we’ll share on this blog soon!

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