Skip to Main Content
How Do I…
Parents & Teachers
Database & Internet Resources
Atlas of Historical County Maps
- including interactive maps, shape files, chronologies, and metadata.
- More then 120,000 genealogy links most of which are categorized & cross-referenced, in over 120 categories.
- Internet Genealogy Service by the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints. Genealogy on the Internet: a workshop
Family Tree Magazine
- An online and print resource for genealogist.
Family Tree Searcher
- Enter your family data once and this site will search multiple family tree web sites at one time.
Free Public Record Sites
- A free gateway to selected searchable local, county, state and federal records Web sites. Included are some important free non-governmental sites.
Genealogy Home Page
- A comprehensive list of genealogy resources on internet.
- Genealogy forums searchable by regions or surnames.
Genealogy on the Internet: a workshop
Making of America - Cornell University
Making of America - University of Michigan
"These two institutions are developing a thematically-related digital library documenting American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction." They have scanned in images of entire books and journals from 1850 to 1900.
One-step webpages by Steve Morse
- One step links for searching many genealogy websites.
Find out how common a surname is in different parts to the United States. Search uses the census information from 1850, 1880, 1920 and 1990 to track the distribution of surnames across America.
Cemeteries & Obituaries
Immigration & Naturalization
Regional & Local
Slideshow Left Arrow
Slideshow Right Arrow