Tacoma-Pierce County Genealogical Society - Our Periodicals

Tacoma-Pierce County
Genealogical Society

Our Periodicals

The Society publishes five Newsletters and one Researcher each year.

The Newsletter contains news of the Society, and a variety of articles such as Genie Rubbings covering news from the world of genealogy; Browsings highlighting surnames discussed in exchanged periodicals; Queries regarding Northwest families; news from Family Line Research, the Society's research service; and New on the Bookshelf.

The Researcher contains broad interest articles such as family stories, brick-wall successes, and records extractions from school censuses, public records, probates, etc.

The Editors welcome and encourage our readers to submit content for publication. Please contact them directly for guidelines, instructions, and deadlines.

Newsletter Editor, Diane Bertram at dbcarsoncity@aol.com
Researcher Editor, George Osborn at george.osborn@centurylink.net

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See also: Index to Pierce County and Other Washington Records, Published in The Researcher, Volumes 1 - 44

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The Tacoma Pierce County Genealogical Society (TPCGS) is a registered nonprofit corporation recognized by the IRS under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code using EIN 91-1180097. In addition, the TPCGS is a registered nonprofit corporation in the state of Washington under WAC 458-20-169 using UBI 600444975. As such, your donations and contributions may be tax deductible and are greatly appreciated. Fundraising activities are occasionally held for the benefit of the TPCGS.

The purpose of the TPCGS is to stimulate popular interest in family history, to seek genealogical and historical knowledge, to preserve and perpetuate the records of our ancestors, to aid individual members in compiling their family histories, and to collect and publish genealogical source material.