Is there one resource for JSTOR, New England and Hinshaw's Quaker Record Access

+11 votes
Has anyone found a "one stop shop" access - free or subscription based - that provides access to the Virginia/Colonial records (JSTOR), New England (American Ancestors databases) and Hinshaw's Quaker Meeting indices and records?

I'd even take JSTOR and New England if we can find it.

asked in The Tree House by Elizabeth Townsend G2G6 Mach 1 (19.7k points)

2 Answers

+3 votes

NEHGS / American Ancestors has many Virginia records now. Have you checked to see if the ones you want are in their online collection?
answered by Jillaine Smith G2G6 Pilot (642k points)
Hi Jillane,
I am not able to tell if the Virginia records I am looking for are there because I have not reinstated my NEHGS membership until I find the most effective solution to suit my needs; it can become cost prohibitive.  I am searching for Washington, Ashton, Warner, Lewis.  The Two John Washingtons and surrounding documents are a part of what I need.
+2 votes
Hinshaw's Quaker records are at and of course many VA  and New England records. Not knowing exactly which topics or time period  you are looking for, don't know what would substitute for JSTOR's journals.
answered by Marj Adams G2G6 Mach 3 (32.9k points)

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