Tag Archives: Pennsylvania

Another Year, Another Set of Pennsylvania Vital Records!

They’re here! Another year of vital records! A few years ago, the Pennsylvania legislature voted to allow public access to Pennsylvania’s birth and death records which had previously been closely held by the state. Voting for a privacy period of … Continue reading

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Looking Forward to 2016!

Happy Holidays from your GRIP co-directors, Debbie Deal and Elissa Scalise Powell! In these final days of 2015 you may find your thoughts turning to your 2016 educational plans. We hope that you are including a week or two in … Continue reading

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GRIP Announces 2015 Plans for Two Institute Weeks

The Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) announces their summer 2015 plans. In order to accommodate many different interests and a high demand for popular courses, two weeks of six courses each will be offered next summer, both at La … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Courses: Bridging the Gap – Migration and Early Records

For the sixth course being offered in July at GRIP, D. Joshua Taylor is coordinating “Bridging the 1780-1840 Gap: From New England to the Midwest.” This is one course that speaks to many of us whether we lost our ancestors … Continue reading

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