Here’s another free resource to explore during any extra time you may have during this pandemic. The National Genealogical Society is providing free access to five years of archives of the NGS Monthly, an online publication usually only available as a benefit to members. Access to the public started yesterday and will continue until July 31. The archive is housed here on the NGS website. It appears that each issue has two articles, so that means there are 120 articles now freely available. NGS encourages you to share this information with family and friends.
Issues are arranged in reverse chronological order, but there is a search bar at the top of the page that will allow you to search the archive. Individual articles are also tagged, so exploring tags of interest is another way to approach reading the archive.
NGS Monthly is currently written and edited by award-winning genealogist Aaron Goodwin and the articles are clear and easy to read. I’m a member of NGS but I have to admit that I haven’t paid close attention to the NGS Monthly. I am grateful to be reminded what a wealth of information is available there!