Wisconsin State Genealogical Society
Research Links
This section of the website contains links to resources on the Internet which you can use for your genealogical research and education. This first page has links to sites of general genealogical research use.  Click on the down arrow following the words "General Research Sites" in the "Filter by Category" box at the top of the page to see other pages of links for different subject areas related to Wisconsin genealogical research, ethnic research, and genealogical social media, education, and more!
 
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A checklist for beginners from Family Tree Magazine.
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Helpful tips from Lisa Alzo.
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From FamilySearch
[Located in Category: Wisconsin Census Records]
From FamilySearch
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From FamilySearch
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From FamilySearch
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From FamilySearch
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From FamilySearch
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From Stephen Danko
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By Stephen Danko
[Located in Category: Russian Resources]
By Stephen Danko
[Located in Category: Romanian Resources]
By Stephen Danko
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By Stephen Danko
[Located in Category: Jewish Resources]
From Stephen Danko
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The Basics of Eastern European Genealogy by Stephen Danko, PhD, PLCGS.
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By Stephen Danko
[Located in Category: Croatian Resources]
By Stephen Danko
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By Stephen Danko
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Free, multi-part, self-paced lessons covering Genealogical Basics, Family & Home Sources, Genealogy Research 101, and Vital Records - Birth, Marriage, Death, Divorce.
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Access NewspaperARCHIVE contains tens of millions of searchable historical newspaper pages, dating as far back as the 1700s and is the world's largest archive of online newspapers. Use the archive to view, save and print full-page newspapers from around the world. Please note that access to this database is brought to Wisconsin residents via the BadgerLink project of the Department of Public Instruction and you will have to log in using your library card number. You may not be able to access it if you do not live in the state of Wisconsin. If you're not able to access it from this link, check with your local libraries to see if they have access.
[Located in Category: General Research Sites]
[Located in Category: General Ethnic Resources]
[Located in Category: African-American Resources]
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From Genealogy Center of Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana
[Located in Category: African-American Resources]
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From Family Tree Magazine
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[Located in Category: Native American Resources]
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The AFRO American Newspapers, in cooperation with Google, are proud to present an extensive collection of digitally archived issues spanning over 100 years of history. The AFRO Archives feature various AFRO editions covering an impressive span of change, division and progress in African American History.
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This database covers everything from birth, death, marriage and divorce records to phonebooks, school and landowner records, all from the former Austro-Hungarian province of Galicia, which today is part of eastern Poland and western Ukraine. Although Gesher Galicia's focus is researching Jewish roots in this region, the diverse community sources of information in this database also contain names that span all the ethnic and religious groups who lived in the area, so not everyone listed in this database will necessarily be Jewish.
[Located in Category: Polish Resources]
This database covers everything from birth, death, marriage and divorce records to phonebooks, school and landowner records, all from the former Austro-Hungarian province of Galicia, which today is part of eastern Poland and western Ukraine. Although Gesher Galicia's focus is researching Jewish roots in this region, the diverse community sources of information in this database also contain names that span all the ethnic and religious groups who lived in the area, so not everyone listed in this database will necessarily be Jewish.
[Located in Category: Eastern European Resources]
This database covers everything from birth, death, marriage and divorce records to phonebooks, school and landowner records, all from the former Austro-Hungarian province of Galicia, which today is part of eastern Poland and western Ukraine. Although Gesher Galicia's focus is researching Jewish roots in this region, the diverse community sources of information in this database also contain names that span all the ethnic and religious groups who lived in the area, so not everyone listed in this database will necessarily be Jewish.
[Located in Category: Jewish Resources]
This database covers everything from birth, death, marriage and divorce records to phonebooks, school and landowner records, all from the former Austro-Hungarian province of Galicia, which today is part of eastern Poland and western Ukraine. Although Gesher Galicia's focus is researching Jewish roots in this region, the diverse community sources of information in this database also contain names that span all the ethnic and religious groups who lived in the area, so not everyone listed in this database will necessarily be Jewish.
[Located in Category: East Central European]
The ACPL Genealogy Center is a unique and valuable resource for the Northeastern Indiana community and the entire genealogical community at large. They have one of the largest research collections available, incorporating records from around the world. Their staff specializes in genealogy and is always available to help.
[Located in Category: Digitized Genealogy Books]
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[Located in Category: French Resources]
[Located in Category: African-American Resources]
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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: General Research Sites]
Search for your ancestors using this interactive directory of the best free genealogy search engines. Search top world-wide & specialized genealogy databases from one genealogy search site! The Ancestor Search site also has unique custom genealogy search engines found no where else.
[Located in Category: General Research Sites]
Ancestry magazine focused on genealogy for today’s family historian, with tips for using Ancestry.com, advice from family history experts, and success stories from genealogists across the globe. Regular features included “Found!” by Megan Smolenyak, reader-submitted heritage recipes, Howard Wolinsky’s tech-driven “NextGen,” feature articles, a timeline, how-to tips for Family Tree Maker, and insider insight to new tools and records at Ancestry.com. Ancestry magazine was published 6 times yearly by Ancestry Inc., parent company of Ancestry.com. It has now ceased publication with the March/April 2010 issue. Searchable digitized issues from vol.12:no.1, January/February 1994, through vol.27:no.5, September/October 2009, are available via Google Books.
[Located in Category: Tools & Education]
Ancestry magazine focused on genealogy for today's family historian, with tips for using Ancestry.com, advice from family history experts, and success stories from genealogists across the globe. Regular features included "Found!" by Megan Smolenyak, reader-submitted heritage recipes, Howard Wolinsky's tech-driven "NextGen" feature articles, a timeline, how-to tips for Family Tree Maker, and insider insight to new tools and records at Ancestry.com. Ancestry magazine was published 6 times yearly by Ancestry Inc., parent company of Ancestry.com. It has now ceased publication with the March/April 2010 issue. Searchable digitized issues from vol.12:no.1, January/February 1994, through vol.28:no.2, March/April 2010, are available via Google Books.
[Located in Category: General Research Sites]
[Located in Category: Social Media Sites]
As you learn more about the records your ancestors left behind and their place in history, your story emerges. Ancestry.com's family history community and the family historians on their staff love sharing their experiences, and they would love to hear your stories, too. Join them on Facebook, Twitter and their blogs, and watch helpful videosvia their Livestream and YouTube channels. You can also subscribe to their weekly and monthly newsletters which deliver tips and tricks directly to your inbox.
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If you're new to family history, this section will help you get started. From home sources and interview questions to online searching and family history trees.
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