The Armiger's News is a 12-20 page quarterly publication of The American College of Heraldry, released in January, April, July and October.
Contents include the latest details of arms registrations, along with detailed line drawings of each registration. Further, the latest news and updates on previously registered armigers is included, as well as articles on topics of heraldic and chivalric interest.
Readers/members are encouraged to contribute articles of general heraldic interest. The Armiger's News is distributed electronically to active members in Adobe Acrobat format.
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The Heraldic Register of America is a cumulative presentation of coats of arms Registered by The American College of Heraldry, a chartered, non-profit society. The purpose of the Register is to create a historical record of Arms borne in America.
Each entry displays a line drawing of the Arms, accompanied by biographical information regarding the owner and a listing of immediate family members. Entries include both contemporary and historical Arms, as well as those of corporations, academic institutions and governmental bodies. Some are of domestic origin while others were granted abroad.
Each volume contains about 70 pages, is softbound and indexed. In all, 17 volumes have been published. Future editions will be published in a digital format.
American Heraldry in Color, Volume I, ed. Dr. David Pittman Johnson (Electronic Edition [CD-ROM] - March 2003) ESBN 64496-030112-171649-75
The armorial bearings in this text include both historical and current examples. The preponderance are borne by United States residents and military personnel serving abroad. A few were borne buy those closely associated with the founding and development of the nation.
Many of the Arms are domestic, while others originated in, or were later recognized by, foreign officers of arms.
The purpose of this text is to provide an historical record of the armorial cultural heritage for heraldic, genealogical and other researchers in future generations. Therefore, the text is being distributed to major libraries throughout the nation, and made available for individual and institutional purchase.
The armorial and biographical information contained in this volume was collected over the period of some thirty years from among the Arms registered by The American College of Heraldry.
In each entry, we have listed the Armiger and, where available, his or her parents, along with the Armiger's children (as eligible descendants) and, as the case may be, their mother or father.