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The '''Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania'''     
  
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*What are the benefits for becoming a member of the society?
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*What are the benefits the society has to offer for those who are not members?
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== History of the society ==
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== Contact&nbsp;Information&nbsp;  ==
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== Society Officers ==
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The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania <br>2207 Chestnut Street <br>Philadelphia, PA 19103
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== Society Projects ==
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<br>'''phone '''<br>215-545-0391
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=== Current Projects ===
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'''email <br>'''execdir@genpa.org
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=== FamilySearch Wiki Projects ===
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'''website <br>'''http://www.genpa.org <br>Visit us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter!
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== History of the Society  ==
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Founded in 1892 as a non-profit organization, the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (GSP) was among the first in the United States to recognize the value of collecting and preserving the vital and personal records of those ancestors whose lives now comprise our American History. GSP is committed to preserving and publishing heretofore unpublished primary sources. The continuing dedication to this service enables the Society to make an increasingly significant contribution to the cultural life of our city, state, and indeed the whole country.
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*The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (GSP) is proud to provide a wide variety of publications to both members and non-members.&nbsp; Our book distributor is Diane Publishing Co., which supplies publications for a number of Pennsylvania historical and cultural institutions.
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*The Society produces a twice-yearly journal, the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, and a quarterly newsletter, Penn in Hand.
  
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*GSP&nbsp;offers a wide variety of programming, including workshops, conferences and webinars.&nbsp;&nbsp; Please visit our website for a complete schedule of our upcoming events.
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Founded in 1892 as a non-profit organization, the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (GSP) was among the first in the United States to recognize the value of collecting and preserving the vital and personal records of those ancestors whose lives now comprise our American History. GSP is committed to preserving and publishing heretofore unpublished primary sources. The continuing dedication to this service enables the Society to make an increasingly significant contribution to the cultural life of our city, state, and indeed the whole country.
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Concentrating primarily in Pennsylvania and its adjoining states, but also including immigration into and out of Pennsylvania, the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania has research materials available to members through the Genealogical Collection at the historic Historical Society of Pennsylvania (HSP), accumulated by GSP and HSP and maintained in HSP's Library. Included are wills, deeds, census and tax lists, church registers, funeral, cemetery, and family Bible records, family papers and correspondence, as well as published genealogies, town and county histories, and periodicals. Comprehensive card catalogs in HSP's library at 1300 Locust Street provide an index by surname or locale for most of the collections. Much of GSP’s collections are itemized in the HSP online catalog.
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A loyal corps of volunteers are collating and indexing church, cemetery, and other records, and are extracting genealogically important items from the Public Ledger (Philadelphia) 1834 - 1870.The volumes resulting from this work are placed in the collections and distributed to other research institutions.
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*2 issues each year of the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine with articles and information pertaining to Pennsylvania and Pennsylvanians
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*Access to databases in "Members Only" area of GSP's website
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*4 issues each year of Penn In Hand electronic newsletter, with reports of Society meetings, new publications of interest, meeting announcements, and members activities
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*Free queries in Penn In Hand
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*Discount on Research by Mail queries
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*Discount on GSP-sponsored events
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*10% member discount on all GSP publications when purchased through Diane Publishing
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*First Families of Pennsylvania — open to any GSP member who can prove descent from a Pennsylvania resident
  
Each year, the Society conducts conferences, alone or in conjunction with other societies, offering lectures for all levels of research. Lectures and/or field trips conducted by outstanding genealogists are sponsored by the Program Committee.<br>
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In addition, GSP offers many free databases on its website that non-members can access.  
  
To learn more about the Society, visit our web page at [http://www.genpa.org http://www.genpa.org].
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Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
Established 1892

The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania     


Contents

Contact Information 

The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
2207 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103


phone
215-545-0391

email
execdir@genpa.org

website
http://www.genpa.org
Visit us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter!

History of the Society

Founded in 1892 as a non-profit organization, the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (GSP) was among the first in the United States to recognize the value of collecting and preserving the vital and personal records of those ancestors whose lives now comprise our American History. GSP is committed to preserving and publishing heretofore unpublished primary sources. The continuing dedication to this service enables the Society to make an increasingly significant contribution to the cultural life of our city, state, and indeed the whole country.

Publications

  • The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (GSP) is proud to provide a wide variety of publications to both members and non-members.  Our book distributor is Diane Publishing Co., which supplies publications for a number of Pennsylvania historical and cultural institutions.
  • The Society produces a twice-yearly journal, the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, and a quarterly newsletter, Penn in Hand.

Events

  • GSP offers a wide variety of programming, including workshops, conferences and webinars.   Please visit our website for a complete schedule of our upcoming events.

Benefits

The society offers a variety of benefits for its members, including
  • 2 issues each year of the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine with articles and information pertaining to Pennsylvania and Pennsylvanians
  • Access to databases in "Members Only" area of GSP's website
  • 4 issues each year of Penn In Hand electronic newsletter, with reports of Society meetings, new publications of interest, meeting announcements, and members activities
  • Free queries in Penn In Hand
  • Discount on Research by Mail queries
  • Discount on GSP-sponsored events
  • 10% member discount on all GSP publications when purchased through Diane Publishing
  • First Families of Pennsylvania — open to any GSP member who can prove descent from a Pennsylvania resident

In addition, GSP offers many free databases on its website that non-members can access.



 

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