Author Guidelines for Family History Publications
The editors of family history publications at the Indiana Historical Society Press publish research guide books and ethnic and immigration history books; the biannual family and local history journal THG: Connections and online publications that include book- and article-length indexes and source material that serve as keys for researchers into rare, archived material including – but not limited to – historic court records, business ledgers and personal journals. The editors of IHS Family History Publications seek nonfiction articles and book-length manuscripts that are solidly researched and attractively written, and they encourage genealogists, historians, journalists and freelance writers to make contributions.
Author Guidelines for Family History Books
Historical and genealogical research guides and ethnic and immigration histories.
Author Guidelines for Connections
Family history journal of narrative articles on how-to research, document and write individual, family and community history as well as histories of individuals, families and communities.
Author Guidelines for Online Connections
Indexes to rare source material and other database material helpful to genealogical and historical researchers looking for ancestors and other historic individuals including family genealogies
Address all correspondence to:
M. Teresa Baer
Managing Editor, Family History Publications
Indiana Historical Society Press
Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
450 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202-3269