Wisconsin State Genealogical Society
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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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Yearbooks from high school or college are one of the most fun set of records for a genealogist to search. It provides you with a ton of story-like information about your ancestor's life. What their interests were, what sports and clubs they participated in, and often some goofy snapshots of them before they settled into being an adult. And of course, you get to see what they looked like. Below is a list of links to free online yearbooks from the state of Wisconsin.
Last Updated: 18 August 2020   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Yearbooks]
A checklist for beginners from Family Tree Magazine.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
Helpful tips from Lisa Alzo.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
From FamilySearch
Last Updated: 19 July 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Census Records]
From FamilySearch
Last Updated: 19 July 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Census Records]
From FamilySearch
Last Updated: 19 July 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Census Records]
From FamilySearch
Last Updated: 19 July 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Census Records]
From FamilySearch
Last Updated: 19 July 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Census Records]
From FamilySearch
Last Updated: 19 July 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Census Records]
From Stephen Danko
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Yugoslavian Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Serbian Resources]
By Stephen Danko
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Russian Resources]
By Stephen Danko
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Romanian Resources]
By Stephen Danko
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Polish Resources]
By Stephen Danko
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Jewish Resources]
From Stephen Danko
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: German Resources]
The Basics of Eastern European Genealogy by Stephen Danko, PhD, PLCGS.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
By Stephen Danko
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Croatian Resources]
By Stephen Danko
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Baltic Resources]
By Stephen Danko
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Austrian Resources]
From Stephen Danko
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Eastern European Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Free, multi-part, self-paced lessons covering Genealogical Basics, Family & Home Sources, Genealogy Research 101, and Vital Records - Birth, Marriage, Death, Divorce.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
AccessGenealogy.com contains the largest collection of free genealogy for your United States research. Specifically, we provide sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, church records, court records, military records, historical newspapers, cemeteries, and ethnic records. We also provide some historical details about different times and people in America’s history. Our specialty, however, is Native American genealogy and research. You can always access our Native American collection of material, by using the link at the top of every page.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Native American History and Genealogy is a guide to beginning Native American research, available records types, Bureau of Indian Affairs agencies and reservations, census, church, military records, schools, annuity, allotment, treaties, removal records, archives and libraries, cultural groups, and forts.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: Native American Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African Resources]
The African American Genealogical Society of Milwaukee (AAGSOM) is a non-profit organization committed to the preservation of the history and culture of our African American Ancestors. AAGSOM stresses the importance of African American history and genealogy by encouraging research, recording, and documenting personal family histories, and to encourage the preservation of records within families and the community.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
From the FamilySearch wiki.
Last Updated: 30 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Last Updated: 8 October 2017   [Located in Category: General Ethnic Resources]
The AAFD project is hosted by the Central Virginia History Researchers, a partnership among local historians, anthropologists, genealogists, and community residents. CVHR is developing a database for connecting African-American families to their antebellum roots and tracing patterns of community formation in the post-bellum period. We locate ante-bellum ancestors, and descendants of enslaved individuals, as well as visualize communities, research Projects, and map social networks.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Revised in 2009, this edition of African American Family Histories and Related Works in the Library of Congress incorporates all the past efforts of Sandra Lawson and Paul Connor, supplemented by the edition of 84 family histories and genealogical handbooks. Because of the changing technological environment since the first publication of this guide, links to the Library of Congress vast collection of digitized records and resources related to the African American experience in America have been included covering African American culture and society, places, slave narratives, military records, and resource guides. These electronic resources include digitized oral histories, newspapers, maps, and photographs. The addition of these digital resources and books published after 1997 enriches the availability of resources pertaining to African American family histories at the Library of Congress.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Wisconsin resources for African American research from the Genealogy Center of Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Home page for African-American Warriors.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Resources compiled by Angela Y. Walton-Raji, author of Black Indian Genealogy Research.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Resources compiled by Angela Y. Walton-Raji, author of Black Indian Genealogy Research.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: Native American Resources]
AfriGeneas is a site devoted to African American genealogy, to researching African Ancestry in the Americas in particular, and to genealogical research and resources in general. It is also an African Ancestry research community featuring the AfriGeneas mail list, the AfriGeneas message boards and daily and weekly genealogy chats.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
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.
Last Updated: 8 October 2017   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
A bibliography and research guide from the Local History & Genealogy Reference Services of the Library of Congress.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
AAHGS is dedicated to the study and research of African American history and genealogy, and promotes the documentation of African Americans in American history.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African 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.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [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.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [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.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [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.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: East Central European]
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.
Last Updated: 7 October 2019   [Located in Category: General Ethnic Resources]
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.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Digitized Genealogy Books]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Social Media Sites]
ABHM builds public awareness of the harmful legacies of slavery in America and promotes racial repair, reconciliation, and healing. We envision a society that remembers its past in order to shape a better future – a nation undivided by race where every person matters equally. This site is ABHM’s 3200+ page Virtual Museum!
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Expert webinars, lectures, and how-to videos from the New England Historic Genealogical Society, and not on just New England subjects.
Last Updated: 4 April 2020   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
While the American Civil War Homepage (1861–1865) allows students the opportunity to research the Civil War by subject, category, and topic, the Civil War Homepage also presents the war's history for each state. From Border States to Northern and Southern states, each subject is discussed with unique rich content which allows the reader to study and examine his or her state's contributions during the Civil War. What made the American Civil War different than other wars? Why should we even consider the late conflict? What were the results of the war? These questions and many more are explored and examined on this website.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
Last Updated: 10 April 2021   [Located in Category: German Resources]
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.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
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.
Last Updated: 1 February 2018   [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.
Last Updated: 1 February 2018   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Articles on how to search and view records on Ancestry.com, using different record sets, how to start your family history research, and more.
Last Updated: 1 February 2018   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
If you're new to family history, this article will help you get started. From home sources and interview questions to using social media and recording your sources.
Last Updated: 1 February 2018   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
Last Updated: 1 February 2018   [Located in Category: Social Media Sites]
Downloadable PDF format templates and forms.
Last Updated: 3 July 2018   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Social Media Sites]
Wisconsin vintage photos.
Last Updated: 3 July 2018   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Photographs]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African Resources]
David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States [AOTUS] at the National Archives
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Social Media Sites]
This database is a partial index to obituaries and death notices from Appleton newspapers. This project is just beginning. Only the following dates are currently available to be searched: Complete from Jan. 1, 2001 to Mar 8, 2011; 1853-66; 1870-1871; 1874; 1920-22; 1939-42; 1944; 1948-52; 1958-1960; 1970; 1980; 1981; 1992-94 Some records from 1848; 1875; 1889; 1899; 1923; 1930; 1945; 1954; 1957; 1969; 1971; 1972; 1981; 1982; 1987; 1991 This is an index only, but photocopies of the actual obituaries can be ordered from the site.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Obituaries]
Descriptive Finding Aids to various archival holdings including: The Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures The State of Wisconsin Collection The University of Wisconsin Archives and Records Management Service University of Wisconsin Memorial Library Department of Special Collections University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries, Archives Department Wisconsin Historical Society
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Wisconsin History]
Full-text daily and weekly coverage of more than 250 Wisconsin newspapers from 2005 to 90 days ago, plus 13 historical newspapers from the 1800s and 1900s. Each newspaper is available cover to cover in a searchable PDF format.
Last Updated: 4 May 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Newspapers]
ArchiveGrid includes over 5 million records describing archival materials, bringing together information about historical documents, personal papers, family histories, and more. With over 1,000 different archival institutions represented, ArchiveGrid helps researchers looking for primary source materials held in archives, libraries, museums and historical societies.
Last Updated: 2 November 2019   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Features a new guest expert every two weeks. Each of these experts offers new tips and lessons on topics that help you learn how to trace your family history.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
The Area Research Center (ARC) Network consists of 14 archives located at 11 University of Wisconsin campuses, Superior Public Library, Northern Great Lakes Visitors Center, and Wisconsin Historical Society. It brings historical records to the people of Wisconsin. Working cooperatively, the network's partners identify, collect, organize, and preserve records that document Wisconsin's heritage. Each Research Center houses manuscripts and local government records from a surrounding geographic region. In addition, each Center may borrow collections from the State Historical Society and the other Centers.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Repositories]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Hispanic Resources]
The AsiaGenWeb Project is an on-line data repository for queries, family histories, and source records as well as being resource center to identify other on-line databases and resources to assist researchers. It is the regional branch of the WorldGenWeb Project.
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Asian Resources]
The Association for Gravestone Studies (AGS) was founded in 1977 for the purpose of furthering the study and preservation of gravestones. AGS is an international organization with an interest in gravemarkers of all periods and styles. Through its publications, conferences, workshops and exhibits, AGS promotes the study of gravestones from historical and artistic perspectives, expands public awareness of the significance of historic gravemarkers, and encourages individuals and groups to record and preserve gravestones.
Last Updated: 31 July 2018   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
Interactive map site from the Newberry Library of Chicago from which you can select a state from the map to view all of the Atlas' content related to that state, including interactive maps, shapefiles, chronologies, and metadata.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Maps and text covering the historical boundaries, names, organization, and attachments of every Wisconsin county, extinct county and unsuccessful county proposal from the creation of the first county through December 31, 2000. From the Newberry LIbrary in Chicago.
Last Updated: 11 June 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Maps]
Maps and text covering the historical boundaries, names, organization, and attachments of every county, extinct county and unsuccessful county proposal from the creation of the first county through December 31, 2000. Part of the Newberry Library's online Atlas of Historical County Boundaries.
Last Updated: 22 September 2019   [Located in Category: Wisconsin General Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Austrian Resources]
fee-based service for backing up your GoogleDocs and GoogleApps online
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Technology Tools]
2MB of free online backup space, with more available for a fee. Works with Windows, Mac, Linux and Mobile operating systems.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Technology Tools]
In the fall of 1941 word came to the Sauk Prairie that this was to be the site of the largest ammunition plant in the world. The farmers whose farms were to be taken, organized to protest and implore the Government to consider other suitable sites and spare this area of some of the best farm land in the state of Wisconsin. Their efforts were for nothing as the decision had been made and was not going to be changed. By March 1, 1942 the farmers had left their farms, and construction went into full swing, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Ten months later the first production area went into operation.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Wisconsin History]
BadgerLink is a resource provided for free to Wisconsin residents by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning. Users can search tens of thousands of full-text magazines, journals, newspapers, reference materials and other specialized information sources. Included are over 8,000 full text magazines and journals, full text articles taken from more than 2,900 historical newspapers, and over 6,800 full text books. Databases of interest to genealogists include Access NewspaperARCHIVE, HeritageQuest Online, History Reference Center, Military & Government Collection, Newspaper Source Plus, Newspapers.com, and U.S. Newsstream. Free access is limited to Wisconsin residents who may log in with their public library card.
Last Updated: 13 May 2020   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
From Family Tree Magazine
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
Prezi presentation by Molly Mooney of Canton Public Library
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Belgian Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Belgian Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Hispanic Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
A PBS documentary film celebrating the history of America's Black newspapers.
Last Updated: 30 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Search for your Blacksheep Ancestors in free genealogical prison and convict records, historical court records, executions, insane asylum records and biographies of famous outlaws, criminals & pirates in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Search for your Blacksheep Ancestors from Wisconsin in free genealogical prison and convict records, historical court records, executions, insane asylum records and biographies of famous outlaws, criminals and pirates.
Last Updated: 10 April 2021   [Located in Category: Wisconsin General Resources]
Educator resource from the U.S. National Archives.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Hispanic Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Hispanic Resources]
Catalog of the research library of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Digitized Genealogy Books]
Catalog of the research library of Brigham Young University in Laie, Hawaii.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Digitized Genealogy Books]
Online noncredit courses from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. There are no final exams, and no course grades or certificates of completion. However, many students wish to track their progress, so assignments and exercises are graded for the student's own information. Students receive feedback for any incorrect answers to help them better grasp key concepts. Scroll down the page to the subject links listed below and then select a specific course. Family History/Genealogy -- Introductory Family History/Genealogy -- Record Type Family History/Genealogy -- Regional and Ethnic
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
The BLM GLO provide live access to Federal land conveyance records for the Public Land States (including Wisconsin). They also provide image access to more than three million Federal land title records for Eastern Public Land States, issued between 1820 and 1908. Currently, they are adding images of Military Land Warrants. These land patents were issued to individuals as a reward for their military service. Images related to survey plats and field notes, dating back to 1810, are added to the site state-by-state as each state's documents are completed. Due to organization of documents in the GLO collection, this site does not currently contain every Federal title record issued for the Public Land States.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African Resources]
Guide to Cambodia ancestry, family history and genealogy parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records.
Last Updated: 29 February 2020   [Located in Category: Asian Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African Resources]
See Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Passenger Search site. The CastleGarden.org site no longer exists.
Last Updated: 3 May 2020   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Castlegarden.org is a free database developed and funded by The Battery Conservancy. It contains and makes available eleven million records of immigrants who arrived at the Port of New York from 1820 - 1892. Today more than 100 million Americans can trace their ancestry to this early period of immigration.
Last Updated: 15 May 2018   [Located in Category: Immigration Resources]
FamilySearch Blog post by Sunny Morton with links to FamilySearch collections of New York passenger and crew lists from Castle Garden and Ellis Island.
Last Updated: 18 April 2020   [Located in Category: Immigration Resources]
Wisconsin
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Census Records]
A historical record of the entire U.S. population, the census is the nation’s largest record set for family history and genealogy. Taken every ten years, from 1790 to the present day, each entry provides a unique snapshot of the lives of your ancestors. We bring this vast resource to you here online. The original records, made available by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) to censusrecords.com, can be viewed for free on microfiche rolls at the NARA offices in Washington DC. At censusrecords.com we have made it easy for you by making the records searchable by name, birth year, city and more from the comfort of your home.
Last Updated: 22 September 2019   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Millions of entries for people listed in Wisconsin federal censuses from 1850 to 1940.
Last Updated: 22 September 2019   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Census Records]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: French Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: African Resources]
Guide to China ancestry, family history, and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, parish registers, and military records.
Last Updated: 29 February 2020   [Located in Category: Asian Resources]
Links to news, resources and a directory of African American genealogy.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1924 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to 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.
Last Updated: 4 May 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Newspapers]
Chronicling America provides access to information about historic newspapers and select digitized newspaper pages, and is produced by the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP). NDNP, a partnership between the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the Library of Congress (LC), is a long-term effort to develop an Internet-based, searchable database of U.S. newspapers with descriptive information and select digitization of historic pages. Supported by NEH, this rich digital resource will be developed and permanently maintained at the Library of Congress. An NEH award program will fund the contribution of content from, eventually, all U.S. states and territories.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
The Civil War is the most transformative period in US history. Drawing upon letters, personal accounts, and images, Civil War 150 invites Americans to understand how soldiers, presidents, freedmen, and families struggled to address the nature of democracy and citizenship, the human toll of civil war, and the role of a president in wartime. From the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
Unidentified soldiers and sailors on ambrotypes and tintypes from the Library of Congress. Do you recognize anyone?
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
This online collection from the Library of Congress provides access to about 7,000 different views and portraits made during the American Civil War (1861-1865) and its immediate aftermath. The images represent the original glass plate negatives made under the supervision of Mathew Brady and Alexander Gardner as well as the photographic prints in the Civil War photographs file in the Prints & Photographs Reading Room. These negatives and prints are sometimes referred to as the Anthony-Taylor-Rand-Ordway-Eaton Collection to indicate the previous owners. The Library purchased the negatives in 1943.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
This site brings together materials from three premier collections: the Library of Congress Geography and Map Division, the Virginia Historical Society, and the Library of Virginia. Among the reconnaissance, sketch, and theater-of-war maps are the detailed battle maps made by Major Jedediah Hotchkiss for Generals Lee and Jackson, General Sherman's Southern military campaigns, and maps taken from diaries, scrapbooks, and manuscripts all available for the first time in one place. Most of the items presented here are documented in Civil War Maps: An Annotated List of Maps and Atlases in the Library of Congress, compiled by Richard W. Stephenson in 1989. New selections from 2,240 maps and 76 atlases held by the Library will be added monthly.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
The Civil War Museum opened in 2008 and focuses on the contributions of the Upper Middle West – Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Minnesota, and Michigan – to the Civil War. These states played a vital role by providing troops and supplies to the cause, even though no battles were fought in this region. The exhibits concentrate on personal stories of people from all walks of life and circumstance. Men, women and children from various ethnic backgrounds experienced life during and after the war in different ways. It is through these unique stories that the museum visitor learns about the causes and effects of the Civil War and its impact on the region.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
Using technology and community to rediscover lost identities in American Civil War-era photographs
Last Updated: 27 March 2019   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
Select audiovisual records at the U.S. National Archives.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
Exact numbers will never be known, but it is estimated that as many as 674,000 men were taken prisoner during the years 1861-1865. In the early days of the war captives were paroled or exchanged, but exchanges essentially ceased in early 1864. General Grant and Union officials felt that released Confederate prisoners would return to the battlefield, thus prolonging the war. Over 400,000 men were held in prisons in the north and south until the end of the war in April 1865. An estimated 56,000 died in prison - 30,000 in Confederate prisons and 26,000 in Union prisons.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
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. Other information includes: histories of regiments in both the Union and Confederate Armies, links to descriptions of 384 significant battles of the war, and other historical information. Additional information about soldiers, sailors, regiments, and battles, as well as prisoner-of-war records and cemetery records, will be added over time.
Last Updated: 31 July 2018   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
Reenactments, living history, hikes, lectures, exhibits, tours and more.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
A series of three collections of photographs presented by The Atlantic magazine taken by correspondents during the war.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
A series of three collections of photographs presented by The Atlantic magazine taken by correspondents during the war.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
A series of three collections of photographs presented by The Atlantic magazine taken by correspondents during the war.
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
Last Updated: 19 April 2020   [Located in Category: Civil War Resources]
By Kerry Scott
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Social Media Sites]
In French
Last Updated: 31 July 2018   [Located in Category: French Resources]
Some English but mostly in French
Last Updated: 31 July 2018   [Located in Category: French Resources]
Wisconsin Genealogy Queries
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Queries]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Croatian Resources]
THE list of genealogy sites on the Internet, compiled by Cyndi Ingle since 1996. Cyndi's List is a categorized & cross-referenced index to genealogical resources on the Internet, a list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online, a FREE jumping-off point for you to use in your online research, a "card catalog" to the genealogical collection in the immense library that is the Internet, and your genealogical research portal onto the Internet.
Last Updated: 22 September 2019   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Categorized links to genealogical resources for African countries.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Categorized links to genealogical resources for African-American research.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Fiji, French Polynesia, India, Indonesia, Kazakstan, Kiribati, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, Micronesia, Mongolia, Nauru, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Polynesia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tahiti, Tajikistan, Thailand, Tonga, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vietnam, Western Samoa.
Last Updated: 29 February 2020   [Located in Category: Asian Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Baltic Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Belgian Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Hispanic Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Danish Resources]
Learn more about DNA and genetic genealogy from the hundreds of links on Cyndi's List.
Last Updated: 3 March 2018   [Located in Category: DNA]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Russian Resources]
Including Albanian, Armenian, Belarussian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Carpatho-Russian, Croatian, Galician, Georgian, Hungarian, Macedonian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Ukranian, Yugoslavian.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Ethnic Resources]
Including Albanian, Armenian, Belarussian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Carpatho-Russian, Croatian, Galician, Georgian, Hungarian, Macedonian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Ukranian, Yugoslavian
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Yugoslavian Resources]
Including Albanian, Armenian, Belarussian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Carpatho-Russian, Croatian, Galician, Georgian, Hungarian, Macedonian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Ukranian
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Serbian Resources]
Including Albanian, Armenian, Belarussian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Carpatho-Russian, Croatian, Galician, Georgian, Hungarian, Macedonian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Ukranian, Yugoslavia
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Russian Resources]
Including Albanian, Armenian, Belarussian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Carpatho-Russian, Croatian, Galician, Georgian, Hungarian, Macedonian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Ukranian, Yugoslavian
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Romanian Resources]
Including Albanian, Armenian, Belarussian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Carpatho-Russian, Croatian, Galician, Georgian, Hungarian, Macedonian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Ukranian
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Croatian Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Finnish Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: French Resources]
Including Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Ethnic Resources]
Including Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Swedish Resources]
Including Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Norwegian Resources]
Including Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Finnish Resources]
Including Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Danish Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: German Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: German Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Greek Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Italian Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Jewish Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Luxembourger Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Hispanic Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Native American Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Dutch Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Norwegian Resources]
Last Updated: 5 February 2017   [Located in Category: Polish Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Swedish Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Swiss Resources]
Includes Armenian, Egyptian, Iranian, Iraqi, Israeli, Jordanian, Kuwaiti, Lebanese, Palestinian, Saudi Arabian, Syrian, Turkish, Yemeni
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Ethnic Resources]
Includes Armenian, Egyptian, Iranian, Iraqi, Israeli, Jordanian, Kuwaiti, Lebanese, Palestinian, Saudi Arabian, Syrian, Turkish, Yemeni
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Jewish Resources]
Includes Armenian, Egyptian, Iranian, Iraqi, Israeli, Jordanian, Kuwaiti, Lebanese, Palestinian, Saudi Arabian, Syrian, Turkish, Yemeni
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Middle Eastern Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Hispanic Resources]
THE list of genealogy sites on the Internet, compiled by Cyndi Ingle since 1996. This link leads to her list of Wisconsin resources.
Last Updated: 22 September 2019   [Located in Category: Wisconsin General Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Austrian Resources]
Last Updated: 15 September 2019   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
This is a public Facebook group for discussing Czech Bohemian genealogical research.
Last Updated: 25 March 2019   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
Last Updated: 25 March 2019   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
This is a public Facebook group for discussing Czech genealogical research.
Last Updated: 25 March 2019   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
Blanka Lednicka
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
Last Updated: 25 March 2019   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
Last Updated: 25 March 2019   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
Last Updated: 25 March 2019   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Czech/Slovak/Bohemian]
Images of naturalization records from Dane County, Wisconsin. The records include declarations (1887-1915), petitions (1906-1945), photographs (1841-1955), depositions (1910-1929) and certificate stubs (1907-1926). This collection is being published as images become available from FamilySearch.org.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: WI Naturalization Records]
Last Updated: 31 July 2018   [Located in Category: Danish Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Danish Resources]
Images of Wisconsin maps from the David Rumsey Map Collection which focuses on 16th through 21st century maps of North and and South America, as well as maps of the World, Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania. The collection includes atlases, globes, school geographies, maritime charts, and a variety of separate maps including pocket, wall, children's and manuscript maps. The online selection is an expanding cross section of images designed to highlight the depth and breadth of the collection.
Last Updated: 11 June 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Maps]
By Pat Richley-Erickson
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Social Media Sites]
This website is a directory of links to websites with online death indexes, listed by state and county. Included are death records, death certificate indexes, death notices & register, obituaries, probate indexes, and cemetery & burial records. You can also find information here about searching the Social Security Death Index online.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
The central database for UK burials and cremations
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Danish Resources]
This file contains many of the common "buzzwords," terminology and legal words found in genealogy work
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
This Dictionary from the Wisconsin Historical Society explains more than 8,000 terms (people, places, things, and events) used in writings about Wisconsin history.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Wisconsin History]
A list of the 38,000 confirmed victims of the Buchenwald Concentration Camp. The site is in German.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Jewish Resources]
A list of the more than 11,000 victims of the Miettelbau-Dora Concentration Camp. The site is in German.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Jewish Resources]
DPLA connects people to the riches held within America’s libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural heritage institutions. All of the materials found through DPLA—photographs, books, maps, news footage, oral histories, personal letters, museum objects, artwork, government documents, and so much more—are free and immediately available in digital format. The cultural institutions participating in DPLA represent the richness and diversity of America itself, from the smallest local history museum to our nation’s largest cultural institutions.
Last Updated: 14 June 2019   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
This directory provides information about more than 350 local affiliates of the Wisconsin Historical Society. It lists museums, archives, hours, directions and contact information. Mailing addresses represent physical locations. However, if an affiliate does not own a building, the address represents an officer contact or a post office box. We recommend that you check with the local society before visiting the address listed here.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Wisconsin History]
This directory describes oral history collections documenting the experiences of Wisconsin veterans and civilians during World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the Persian Gulf War. This list was compiled by Recollection Wisconsin in 2016-2017 as part of a yearlong planning project supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). This is not a comprehensive list, but offers a sample of the range of wartime oral history resources held in libraries, archives, historical societies, and museums across Wisconsin. For more information about the project, visit http://recollectionwisconsin.org/wioralhistory. Note: The majority of the content described here is not currently available online, and in-person access to these collections varies. Researchers are encouraged to call ahead before planning a visit.
Last Updated: 1 October 2017   [Located in Category: Wisconsin Oral Histories]
A listing of old medical terms for diseases and what they are known as now complied by Dan Burrows.
Last Updated: 20 August 2019   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Enter a date between 1800 and 2002 to see an "On This Day in History" synopsis of the headlines of the day, top songs, prices of commonly-bought items such as bread and milk, who the President and Vice-President were, Academy Award winners that year, popular books and television shows (if there was TV then), and people born on that date.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
Learn more about genetic genealogy from Wisconsin genealogist, Mary Eberle, JD.
Last Updated: 10 April 2021   [Located in Category: DNA]
DNA Painter is a chromosome mapping tool created by Jonny Perl. The utility provides tracking matching DNA segments across the different companies and having a permanent place to store them. DNA Painter initially launched as free in 2018 but switched to a subscription platform by year's end. The system now includes the first profile for free but after that, subscription for up to fifty profiles. The subscription also includes access to the "Shared cM Tool" and the 'What are the Odds (WATO)" utility. The new Trees feature debuted in August 2019. The utility won the DNA Innovation Prize at the 2018 RootsTech Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Last Updated: 2 October 2019   [Located in Category: DNA]
This group is for users of the DNA Painter website at dnapainter.com. DNA Painter is a site that lets you create profiles for chromosome mapping run by Jonny Perl. This is a closed Facebook group, but you just have to request membership to be added.
Last Updated: 3 March 2018   [Located in Category: DNA]
A blog on DNA and genetic genealogy from Roberta Estes. She describes her blog: For several years now, I’ve been writing Personalized DNA Reports, publishing articles in newsletters about genetic genealogy and blogging about the Native Heritage Project. I post lots of free papers to my website at www.dnaexplain.com under the Publications tab, but I’ve often felt the need to be able to talk to and with people who have questions. I learned long ago that if one person has a question about something, many others probably have that same question. Blogging is an interactive, personal way to communicate. Genetic genealogy is a world full of promise, but it changes rapidly and can be confusing. People need to understand how to use the numerous tools available to us to unravel our ancestral history. People also love to share stories. We become inspired by the successes of others, and ideas are often forthcoming that we would not have otherwise thought of. So, I invite you to follow along with this blog as I share things I learn, answer people’s questions and generally, have fun with genetic genealogy!!!
Last Updated: 3 March 2018   [Located in Category: DNA]
DNAGedcom is a site created by Rob Warthen to help users quickly analyze their data. They provide a Client application that allows you to download data from 23andMe, Ancestry, FTDNA and My Heritage. In addition, the website has the ability to compare many Gedcoms at one time through the GWorks utility. Finally, the JWorks and KWorks tools allow you to quickly group your data together in a visually appealing manner. The DNAGedcom Client is the tool used to download your information. That tool runs on your Mac or Windows machine and downloads the information directly to your computer. Recently, a new tool was added called the Collins Leeds Method. It allows you to review your matches in common with and visually see how they relate to each other using a method pioneered by Dana Leeds. This also allows you to tag your matches so you can do more detailed clustering. DNAGedcom also hosts Don Worth's Autosomal DNA Segment Analyser, a visual tool for triangulating and comparing segments chromosome by chromosome without the need for a spreadsheet.
Last Updated: 2 October 2019   [Located in Category: DNA]
A free program provided by Louis Kessler. Double Match Triangulator is an autosomal DNA analysis tool for Windows. DMT combines segment match data of two or more people and automates the analysis of your segment match data, combining it with common ancestor data that you provide. This gives information that could help you determine how you are related to your DNA matches. DMT can accept data from FamilyTreeDNA, 23andMe, MyHeritage DNA, or GEDmatch.
Last Updated: 2 October 2019   [Located in Category: DNA]
Links to free websites in the British Isles containing parish records.
Last Updated: 20 October 2019   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Dutch Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Canadian Resources]
The East Asian Collection includes historical images that present a visual archive of 20th century East Asian cultural heritage. Currently, the collection consists of images that document early 20th century China including the the Sino-Japanese Conflict (1937-1945), a visual history of Buddhist practices and temples in China, and other images of daily life in both rural and urban China. The completed project will be a valuable resource for research into this region and its history.
Last Updated: 29 February 2020   [Located in Category: Asian Resources]
This guide has been prepared primarily to assist individuals beginning genealogical research at the Library of Congress concerning families that originated in East Central Europe. The regions covered correspond approximately to territories that once formed the Austro-Hungarian empire, which broke up at the end of World War I. The turbulent history of this region makes precise demarcations impossible; but the guide focuses on areas that are now part of Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, and portions of Romania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, and Ukraine. Sources cited here are limited to basic English-language resources that are useful in the early stages of research. Ethnicities covered include: Austrian and German; Croat, Serb and Slovene; Czech and Slovak; Hungarian; Jewish; Polish; Romanian.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Ethnic Resources]
By Dick Eastman
Last Updated: 10 April 2021   [Located in Category: Social Media Sites]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Middle Eastern Resources]
The goal of Elephind.com is to make it possible to search all the world’s online historic newspapers from one place. With Elephind.com it is now possible for family historians, genealogists, and researchers to search historic digitized newspaper archives from around the globe. Elephind.com is much like Google, Bing, or other search engines but is focused on only historical, digitized newspapers. It enables you to search, for free, across many newspaper sites simultaneously, rather than having to visit each site separately. By clicking on the Elephind.com search result that interests you you'll go directly to the newspaper site which hosts that story.
Last Updated: 13 May 2020   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
On this page you will find a detailed history of Ellis Island including the actual origin of the island as a location for an immigration hub, all the way to its current status as a national monument.
Last Updated: 15 May 2018   [Located in Category: Immigration Resources]
Search passenger lists for more than 65 million people who passed through the Port of New York for the time period 1892 to 1954.
Last Updated: 22 September 2019   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
From GenealogyLinks.net
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
From Family Tree Magazine
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
An interactive map tool from the BBC showing the changing borders of European countries from 1900 to the present.
Last Updated: 15 April 2019   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
ELIZABETH SHOWN MILLS is a historical writer with decades of research experience in public and private records of many Western nations. Published widely by academic and popular presses, Mills edited a national-level scholarly journal for sixteen years, taught for thirteen years at a National Archives-based institute on archival records and, for twenty-five years has headed a university-based program in advanced research methodology. Mills knows records, voraciously devours records, and regularly shares her expertise in them with live and media audiences across three continents.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
From Elizabeth Shown Mills
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
From Price & Associates
Last Updated: 10 April 2021   [Located in Category: British Isles Resources]
A Facebook community page discussing Wisconsin genealogical research.
Last Updated: 22 September 2019   [Located in Category: Wisconsin General Resources]
Links to the Research Wiki, Research Courses, and Get Started pages of the FamilySearch.org site.
Last Updated: 31 July 2018   [Located in Category: Tools & Education]
Family History Books is a collection of more than 100,000 digitized genealogy and family history publications from the archives of some of the most important family history libraries in the world. The collection includes family histories, county and local histories, genealogy magazines and how-to books, gazetteers, and medieval histories and pedigrees. The valuable resources included in Family History Books come from the following partner institutions: Allen County Public Library, Brigham Young University Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University Idaho David O. McKay Library, Brigham Young University Hawaii Joseph F. Smith Library Church History Library, Family History Library, Houston Public Library - Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research, and the Mid-Continent Public Library - Midwest Genealogy Center.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
Compiled by Kip Sperry.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: General Research Resources]
FamilySearch catalog of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014   [Located in Category: Digitized Genealogy Books]
By Lisa Louise Cooke
Last Updated: 31 July 2018   [Located in Category: Social Media Sites]
Articles from Family Tree Magazine relating to African American genealogy.
Last Updated: 31 October 2019   [Located in Category: African-American Resources]