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Images scanned from the original Rand McNally Atlas printed in 1895
[Located in Category: Map Resources for Genealogists]
This site focuses on 20th century year-by-year and decade-by-decade timelines plus timelines on specific subjects.
[Located in Category: Timelines]
Additional resources can be found at the BLM Public Rooms
[Located in Category: Land Records]
This blog is written by Angela McGhie and focuses on genealogical educational opportunities.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs & Newsletters]
The Museum, founded in 1997, has an extensive collection of photographs, documents, and information to help us understand the contributions made by African Americans in the conflict. While the site itself does not have a large number of records, there is a resources tab to direct people to other organizations that do have records, online and off.
[Located in Category: National Genealogical Websites]
Our Future, Our Past: The Alberta Heritage Digitization Project (AHDP) is an ongoing, not-for-profit endeavor to provide all those interested in Alberta's history free, online access to cultural and heritage materials. Browse newspapers from 1885, read entire books about local communities, research legal documents, view historic photographs, and explore much more!
[Located in Category: International Resources]
Density profile maps by race and ethnicity.
[Located in Category: Map Resources for Genealogists]
The American Battle Monuments Commission, established by the Congress in 1923, is an agency of the Executive Branch of the Federal Government. The Commission is the guardian of America’s overseas commemorative cemeteries and memorials—honors the service, achievements and sacrifice of United States Armed Forces. The Commission’s commemorative mission includes: Designing, constructing, operating and maintaining permanent American cemeteries in foreign countries. Establishing and maintaining U.S. military memorials, monuments and markers where American armed forces have served overseas since April 6, 1917, and within the U.S. when directed by public law. Controlling the design and construction of permanent U.S. military monuments and markers by other U.S. citizens and organizations, both public and private, and encouraging their maintenance.
[Located in Category: National Genealogical Websites]
Published by Dick Weeks since 1997, this site contains a number of links to help with Civil War research. Particularly helpful in understanding what your Civil War ancestor may have experienced. Among the links are Civil War Battles, Biographies, Medicine, Letters about the War and the Armies.
[Located in Category: National Genealogical Websites]
Basic timeline of American History
[Located in Category: Timelines]
American Memory provides free and open access through the Internet to written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American experience. It is a digital record of American history and creativity. These materials, from the collections of the Library of Congress and other institutions, chronicle historical events, people, places, and ideas that continue to shape America, serving the public as a resource for education and lifelong learning.
[Located in Category: National Genealogical Websites]
Search for ancestors and locate your family surnames in some of the largest free genealogy databases online.
[Located in Category: Miscellaneous free sites]
Authored by EWGS 1st Vice President Miriam Robbins Midkiff, this entertaining and informative blog is rated in the top 40 genealogy blogs by Family Tree Magazine.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs & Newsletters]
Terri Rehmann's website focuses on her genealogy as well as photo restoration and digital archiving.
[Located in Category: Members Websites]
Advertises itself as the world's largest resource for family history documents and family trees. Subscriptions can be for United States resources only ($165.40 per year) of including international resources ($299.40 per year). There is other pricing for monthly or quarterly subscriptions.
[Located in Category: Subscription Sites]
Informational, and sometimes fun, posts from the folks behind the scenes at Ancestry. They hope you’ll notice just how passionate they are about family history and about the products they're building to help connect families over distance and time.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs & Newsletters]
Their free tool includes categories for states, territories, Presidents, society, native americans, world, science and culture.
[Located in Category: Timelines]
By Ludwig Ravenstein. Searchable Gazeteer eith downloadable maps at the Unversity of Wisconsin-Madison Library.
[Located in Category: Map Resources for Genealogists]
P.O. Box 135, Rollingbay, WA, USA, 98061-0135
[Located in Category: WA State Genealogy Societies]
Researching STEIN(Scots), MOSSEY/MASSE, JENKINS, and FORGEA/FORGET, BELDIN, CARLSON, REED, MILNE
[Located in Category: Members Websites]
Bible Records Online is a site dedicated to transcribing and digitizing the contents of family records that were written inside family Bibles and in other important documents from as early as the 1500s through today. Often, these were the only written records of births, marriages and deaths of a family, and these remain solid components to proving a family genealogy.
[Located in Category: Miscellaneous free sites]
This is a handy tool developed by Ben Buckner to help calculate birth dates from the death date and age at the time of death. Many old tombstones and death records list only these two facts and leave it to us to figure out the birth date. This does it with a simple keystroke or two. You must fill in all blanks for the "age" row. If you do not know the months or days, simply enter 0.
[Located in Category: Miscellaneous free sites]
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), General Land Office (GLO) Records Automation web site provides live access to Federal land conveyance records for the Public Land States. They also provide image access to more than three million Federal land title records for Eastern Public Land States, issued between 1820 and 1908.
[Located in Category: National Genealogical Websites]
British History Online is the digital library containing some of the core printed primary and secondary sources for the medieval and modern history of the British Isles. Created by the Institute of Historical Research and the History of Parliament Trust, we aim to support academic and personal users around the world in their learning, teaching and research.
[Located in Category: International Resources]
The Family History Archive is a collection of published genealogy and family history books. The archive includes histories of families, county and local histories, how-to books on genealogy, genealogy magazines and periodicals (including some international), medieval books (including histories and pedigrees), and gazetteers. It also includes some specialized collections such as the Filipino card collection and the “Liahona Elders Journal.” The books come from the collections of the FamilySearch Family History Library, the Allen County Public Library, the Houston Public Library – Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research, the Mid-Continent Public Library – Midwest Genealogy Center, the BYU Harold B. Lee Library, the BYU Hawaii Joseph F. Smith Library, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Church History Library.
[Located in Category: Online Books]
A project of California State University Sacramento, this digital archive is the story of California's Underground Railroad.
[Located in Category: Digital Archives]
CastleGarden.org is an educational project of The Battery Conservancy. This free site offers access to an extraordinary database of information on 11 million immigrants from 1820 through 1892, the year Ellis Island opened. Over 100 million Americans can trace their ancestors to this early immigration period. Castle Garden, today known as Castle Clinton National Monument, is the major landmark within The Battery, the 25 acre waterfront park at the tip of Manhattan. From 1855 to 1890, the Castle was America's first official immigration center, a pioneering collaboration of New York State and New York City.
[Located in Category: National Genealogical Websites]
A Directory of Free Census Records including county maps, some with township maps, plat books and/or atlases, as well as links to other map sites.
[Located in Category: Map Resources for Genealogists]
Mikkel's Hus is Charles Michael Hansen's Genealogy Blog
[Located in Category: Members Websites]
In recognition of the Civil War sesquecentinal, NOAA and the Office of Coast Survey have placed new Civil War related material online.
[Located in Category: Map Resources for Genealogists]
Chronicling America enhances access to America's historic newspapers. This site allows you to search and view newspaper pages from 1880-1922 and find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP).
[Located in Category: National Genealogical Websites]
Information related to the U.S. Civil War including Union and Confederate Regimental Histories, Union Corps Histories, Soldier's Letters, Diaries, and a variety of other information including helpful links.
[Located in Category: Military]
This site has valuable links to online rosters of various units that served in the war from forty-four states and territories involved in the conflict. There are special links to US Colored Troops, Civil War Monuments, Prisons, etc.
[Located in Category: National Genealogical Websites]
The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System is a computerized database containing very basic facts about servicemen who served on both sides during the Civil War. The initial focus of the CWSS is the Names Index Project, a project to enter names and other basic information from 6.3 million soldier records in the National Archives. The facts about the soldiers were entered from records that are indexed to many millions of other documents about Union and Confederate Civil War soldiers maintained by the National Archives and Records Administration.
[Located in Category: Military]
The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System is a computerized database containing very basic facts about servicemen who served on both sides during the Civil War. The initial focus of the CWSS is the Names Index Project, a project to enter names and other basic information from 6.3 million soldier records in the National Archives. The facts about the soldiers were entered from records that are indexed to many millions of other documents about Union and Confederate Civil War soldiers maintained by the National Archives and Records Administration.
[Located in Category: National Genealogical Websites]
PO Box 1327 - Port Angeles, WA 98362
[Located in Category: WA State Genealogy Societies]
Genealogy records and information about ancestors in the 13 original colonies
[Located in Category: Miscellaneous free sites]
[Located in Category: WA State Genealogy Societies]
[Located in Category: WA State Genealogy Resources]
Confederate pensions were granted by the various states. Learn where and how to locate Confederate pension records, both online and off.
[Located in Category: Military]
Website for the National Society of the Daughter of the American Revolution. The DAR Genealogical Research System is a combination of several databases created in recent years to organize the large quantity of information that the DAR has collected since its inception in 1890.
[Located in Category: Miscellaneous free sites]
22,000 maps focusing on 18th and 19th century North American maps.
[Located in Category: Map Resources for Genealogists]
Searchable free archive of photographs.
[Located in Category: Miscellaneous free sites]
Pat Richley-Erickson’s long-lived blog, which has roots in her DearMYRTLE Family History Hour podcasts, lives up to its tagline: practical, down-to-earth advice for family historians. “Myrt” reports on genealogy news and events, answers questions, and has added a “docu-challenge” with questions based on the accompanying document. One of Family Tree Magazine's Top 40.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs & Newsletters]
The Dibean's have diligently worked on collecting an index of marriages for Michigan. They are collected from various places and researchers have sent them their marriages over the years. You can enter your Michigan marriages into their database by using the form provided or sending in an e-mail to Jack and Marianne. Remember, their work is an index only and should help you search for the original record.
[Located in Category: Digital Archives]
A National Digital Information Infrastructure & Preservation Program that is an intiative of the Library of Congress
[Located in Category: Digital Archives]
Genlias gives a quick way to find Dutch ancestors, both in the Netherlands and overseas. The information in Genlias is taken directly from Civil Register, the most important Dutch source for genealogical research covering the period since 1811. Genlias is a joint product of the regional history centres and archives in the Netherlands and overseas. Note: when searching Dutch surnames, omit the Van, Vander, De and Den so if searching for De Graaf enter it as Graaf. At the top of the website is a button for English.
[Located in Category: International Resources]
Keep up with the latest information from Eastern Washington Genealogical Society's award winning blog.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs & Newsletters]
The DAILY newsletter for genealogy consumers, packed with straight talk - hold the sugar coating - whether the vendors like it or not!
[Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs & Newsletters]
P.O. Box 374 Bellevue, WA 98009-0374
[Located in Category: WA State Genealogy Societies]