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JOWBR Cemetery Inventory. Resources | Jews in America. On this page we have listed a number of historical societies, community organizations, museums, and archives which have archival resources on American Jewish history. The list was compiled by the Feinstein Center, and we thank them for letting us share selected portions of it here. To view their longer list, which includes descriptions of some important collections in general-topic repositories, visit their website This list is by no means comprehensive, and focuses on societies with a web presence. When doing research in AJH, make sure to consider local resources.

Many synagogues, Jewish community centers, and Jewish charities preserve their own records. Another vital part of American Jewish history research involves searching non-Jewish specialty archives. Consider the list below a useful starting place. The Jewish Museum - Home. Search CJH Collections. DigiBaeck | German-Jewish History Online. Center for Jewish History • 15 West 16th Street • New York, NY 10011. Home - AJC: Global Jewish Advocacy. Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. ArchiveTableMergedDataupdated10-25-13.pdf. The Myer and Rosaline Feinstein Center for American Jewish History Home - The Myer and Rosaline Feinstein Center for American Jewish History. Historical Societies | American Jewish Historical Society. On this page we have listed a number of historical societies, community organizations, museums, and archives which are dedicated to preserving and celebrating American Jewish life or which have archival resources on North American Jewish history.

To view information about the materials in each of these archives please visit the Portal to American Jewish History Resources page. We thank our volunteers who worked on and updated the list, and the Feinstein Center of Temple University which shared their repository database. This list is by no means comprehensive, and focuses on societies with a web presence. When doing research in American Jewish history, make sure to consider local resources. Many synagogues, Jewish community centers, and Jewish charities preserve their own records.

Jewish regional historical societies abound; many are independent while others are associated with universities, libraries, or other community institutions. Consider the list below a useful starting place. Iowa. Mount Zion Cemetery. JustaJoy.com  Welcome to the Grand Prairie Genealogical Society. HistoryLines - The Stories Of Your Ancestors. Search. AU Library - Archives / Special Collections. Archives and Special Collections acquires, preserves and makes available to researchers unique materials of enduring value to support research and teaching. Access and Services: Archives and Special collections materials do not circulate and its stacks are closed. American University faculty, staff, students, and other researchers are accorded access to these materials in the Archives Reading Room. Appointments to conduct research are strongly encouraged.

Digital Collections: American University Library offers a variety of digital repositories and collections. Manuscript Collections: The Manuscript Collections contain papers of American University alumni and faculty and as well as organizational records relating to international affairs, journalism, music, peace studies, public service, and religion. Performing Arts Collections: Rare Books Collections: University Archives: For information on new acquisitions and featured collections, please visit our New & Noteworthy Blog. Union County Public Library. NETR Online • Historic Aerials. Gramps. CardCow Vintage Postcards - Old Antique Post Cards.

Missouri Digital Heritage. Explore our Collective Past More than 9 million records can be accessed through Missouri Digital Heritage, including the collections of the Missouri State Archives, the Missouri State Library and other institutions from across the state. We’re always working to help local organizations digitize their collections and share them online.

If you have ideas or suggestions, please send them to mdh@sos.mo.gov. Videos and Featured Content Missouri Death Certificates 1910 - 1961 Listen to the audio tour from our Civil War exhibit, or watch a video preview. This video explores the history of Lincoln University and its Civil War connection. View more <h3><! Moments in Missouri: Missouri's Political Milestones Explore the History of the Civil War Missouri State Archives: Presentation Videos. Northwest Digital Archives. The Searchroots Blog | NH Genealogy & History News You Can Use. New Hampshire Name Changes from January 1921 to January 1923 | The Searchroots Blog. Top 100 Genealogy Sites Mega-Search. Family History Manuscript Submission Guidelines. NEHGS publishes guides, how-to books, and books of transcribed records. If you have written or compiled such a book and want to submit the manuscript for consideration, please send the following, either electronically or in hard copy: cover letter describing your project and why it would be a good fit for NEHGS and what the expected market would beoutline of the project or, if available, sample chapters (including a table of contents)if no sample chapters are available, a writing sample of no more than twenty pages Please allow up to three months for a reply.

NEHGS occasionally accepts for publication guides, how-to books, and books of transcribed records. We publish compiled genealogies only through our Newbury Street Press arm, which is supported by philanthropy. We are most likely to select books that can support themselves through book sales. Please note that we do not offer publishing services for hire. Email submissions Penny Stratton, Publishing Director pstratton@nehgs.org. Self-Publish your book: Family History, Local History, Church History, Memoirs, and more... > Otter Bay Books. Free: “10 Things You Need to Know About Self-Publishing” Enter your email address below and I’ll send you this free 24-page ebook packed with tips, links and resources to help get your books in print and on the market. When it comes to publishing your own book, it’s never been easier to get into print or on sale. But that doesn’t mean book publishing has gotten less complicated.

In fact, it may be more complex now than it’s ever been. But that doesn’t have to stop you. This free guide will get you up to speed quickly on 10 of the most important things you need to know to self-publish successfully. It covers subjects like: How to find freelance editors Getting and using your ISBNs Using social media to market your book Getting a great book cover . . . and a whole lot more! Not only that, I’ve added:Top 10 Mistakes Self-Publishers Make, and How to Avoid Them so you can skip all those errors and create a book people really want to buy.

And it’s all free, just enter your best email address in the opt-in box and hit “Send me the guide!” Joel Friedlander. Top 100 Genealogy Sites Mega-Search. Dennis Historical Society. Diane Florence Gravel, Certified Genealogist - Home. Diane Florence Gravel, Certified Genealogist - Home. USGenWeb Taunton, MA Cemeteries. USGenWeb Genealogical Site for the City of Return to USGenWeb Taunton Return to Bristol Cemeteries Database Project Taunton Cemetery Information, Photos and Transcriptions Collecting information about the cemeteries of Taunton is an ongoing effort, and this page will be revised as needed. If you have cemetery information or gravestone transcriptions that you would like to share please send me email. Where I have been able to determine it, the records repository for a cemetery is indicated. When a cemetery has had more than one name during its history the first name listed is the one by which it is usually known today, and alternative names are listed in square brackets.

A note on the Topographic Maps: In the past I have used links to online map servers to display topographic maps. I would like to thank John Sterling and Cherry Bamberg for sharing the Bristol Cemeteries Database of Bristol County gravestone records. Locator Map Street Map Topographic Map Abstracts at Find A Grave Caswell St. USGenWeb Taunton, MA Cemeteries.

Taunton Genealogy (in Bristol County, Massachusetts) Print Friendly & PDF. Bitly - The Power of the Link. Genealogy-on-facebook-list-toc. Clan Macneil USA | Clan Macneil Association of America. California Digital Newspaper Collection. Ottawa Museums and Archives. Bytown Museum The Bytown Museum is located in the heart of downtown Ottawa. It explores the stories of an evolving city and its residents from its early days as Bytown to present day Ottawa. City of Ottawa Archives With a mandate to preserve original documents on behalf of past, presesnt, and future generations, the City of Ottawa Archives are caretakers of Ottawa's documentary history. City of Ottawa Museums Through historic house, heritage village, and gallery settings, our five museums tell the stories of early community life and some of the founding families who helped build Ottawa.

Diefenbunker Museum Located in Carp, the Diefenbunker is 100,000 square foot underground bunker built between 1959 and 1961 to house over 500 government military officials in the event of a nuclear war. Goulbourn Museum Located in Ottawa's west end, Goulbourn Museum shares the story of Ottawa's oldest military settlement and early life in the former Goulbourn Township. Osgoode Township Museum. Cemetery Transcriptions & 1877 Gentry County Atlas | Carnegie Public Library. Name Index to Gentry/Worth County Cemeteries Adkins Cemetery Albany City Cemetery Allendale Cemetery Barnes Cemetery Berline Cemetery Bethel Cemetery Boatwright Cemetery Bulla Cemetery Carmack Cemetery Carter Cemetery Cooper Cemetery Crim Cemetery Darlington Cemetery DePriest Cemetery Douglas Cemetery Duncan Cemetery Enyart Cemetery Ernst Quigley Cemetery Fairview Cemetery Fairview Gentry Cemetery Finders Cemetery Fletchall Cemetery Ford City Cemetery Freeland Cemetery Gentry Worth Cemetery Grandview Cemetery Grandview Title Cemetery Grant City Cemetery Grant City Cemetery Grantham Cemetery Greenridge Cemetery Gribble Cemetery Groom Cemetery Hall Cemtery Hammer Cemetery Henton Cemetery Hoblet Cemetery Holmes Watkins Cemetery Honey Grove Cemetery Hugginsville Cemetery Hussey Cemetery Isabelle Cemetery Isadora Cemetery Jennings Cemetery Kent Cemetery King City Cemetery Kirk Cemetery Knox Cemetery Koger Cemetery Lamb Cemetery Liberty Cemetery Lone Star Cemetery Long Branch Cemetery Lotts Grove Cemetery Magee Cemetery McFall Cemetery Mt.

Mt. Photo Books | MyPublisher. The history of Gilmanton, embracing the proprie... The history of Gilmanton, embracing the proprie... History of the town of Rye, New Hampshire, from... History of the town of Gilsum, New Hampshire, f... DICKINSON. Amesbury Public Library | Serving the people of Amesbury, Massachusetts. World Newspaper Archive | Readex. The European Library. Paper of Record. ICON - International Coalition on Newspapers. Irish News Archive for Irish Historical Newspapers. Early Plainfield Newspapers - Plainfield Public Library. Plainfield Public Library. Irish Genealogist Volume 10 Index search. Irish Genealogist Volume 10 Index search Search tips and traps Background The database contains the indexes compiled from scanned copies of the Irish genealogist. The search results include a link to the article where the index entry is found. Note the page number or use the search function in the PDF download file to find the reference. Name variants Many of the articles appearing in the Irish Genealogist are based on old documents when name spelling varied a lot.

Search options family field If you are interested in the family SWAN using the default search will return SWAN, SWANN SWANZY and any other family beginning with SWAN. Sometimes a family has a compound name such as CROKER-KING, and the first two search options for KING will not find CROKER-KING. Search options forename field There are two search options for forenames. «– The Irish Genealogist main page. Irish Genealogy. RAOGK - Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness. Old Colony Historical Society. Town of Norton, MA - Town History. The area known today as the Town of Norton in Bristol County was originally part of the Taunton North Purchase. As more families settled in this area, the people wanted to either form their own town or a separate precinct. The main reasons for this were the distances they had to travel and the poor roads that made it most inconvenient to attend church services in Taunton. The settlers petitioned for a minister, a church, and the right to become a precinct.

Thus in 1709, this area became known as the North Precinct of Taunton. On June 12, 1711, the said North Precinct of Taunton was incorporated as the Town of Norton. Norton's composition is unique, as it was developed as villages. For a complete pictoral history of Norton, pick up a copy of the book "Images of America - Norton" written by our own historians Ruth E. Digital History Project | Wheaton College. Library Research – Wallace Library | Wheaton College. Norton Historical Society. NETR Online • Historic Aerials. Sharon Mass. Historical Society. Sharon MA | Sharon Public Library. Poetry Excursion: Let us go then, you and IWednesday, April 8th - 7:30 pm Poetry recitations by Rev. Dr. Gordon Postill provide an "excursion” format to ponder and discuss such themes as adventure, hope, death, friendship, and grief. The recitations include poems by William Shakespeare, Mary Oliver, W.H. Auden, Jane Kenyon, and other renowned poets. The content and format have been specifically designed for both poetry lovers in general as well as for anyone else who appreciates exploring core aspects of the human condition.

Sharon Public Library Community Survey Please take the Community Survey Please take a few minutes to help the library prioritize library services by clicking the link below and completing the survey. The LearningExpress Library has arrived! LearningExpress Library features nearly 1,000 online tutorials, practice tests, and eBooks to help patrons of all ages. IRS Forms and Instructions This year the IRS is not sending instruction booklets to public libraries. Details. Welcome to OPAC | V1.0. Thetford Historical Society. Online Local History Research | Forbes Library. David Ruggles Center for Early Florence History & Underground Railroad Studies The David Ruggles Center for Early Florence History & Underground Railroad Studies aims to collect and organize comprehensive copies of all materials pertinent to the early history of Florence and the Underground Railroad in western Massachusetts; providing historical exhibits, lectures and walking tours.

The website contains historical and biographical articles on abolitionists and early African American residents. Digital Amherst Utilizing the historical and literary resources of the Jones Library of Amherst, Massachusetts, in collaboration with area residents and scholars, this site celebrates Amherst’s 250th anniversary through images, multimedia, and documents that reflect the independent spirit of our people, creative works, and culture. A great local history resource! Provided by Forbes Library and available for use in the library.

Jones Library Special Collections Amherst’s public library. Mass Moments. Amherst's Public Libraries. Local History at Forbes Library | Forbes Library. Map of Northampton, 1875. From the Hampshire Room for Local History. Forbes Library maintains a sizable local history collection covering Northampton and Hampshire County, Massachusetts. Please also refer to our online resources for studying local history. In the library you will find: The Hampshire Room for Local History The Hampshire Room houses extensive resources in local history and genealogy. Newspapers and other materials on microfilm Our microfilm collection includes local church, town, and school records, the Judd Manuscript (Sylvester Judd’s invaluable compilation of documents of local interest), and local newspapers including the entire run of the Daily Hampshire Gazette on microfilm since its inception in 1786.

Local photographs, engravings, prints, and other visual materials The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Library and Museum In addition, Forbes Library is proud to host the Local History/Local Novelists series of talks on local history. Town of Alexandria - Home. Stonington Historical Society - Home. Towns. Historical Society | Town of Fairlee, Vermont. Town of Fairlee, Vermont | This is the official municipal and community website of Fairlee, Vermont. Fairlee Public Library - Home. The Nashua Public Library. Manchester City Library. iPac2.0. ILLiad Overview. Archives & Special Collections. Archives and Special Collections houses Amherst College's rare books, literary manuscripts, recorded information of unique value, and materials that document the college and its history. Learn more in General Information, Frequently Asked Questions, and our blog: The Consecrated Eminence.

Questions? Send us an e-mail , or call (413) 542-2299. "Amherst College in 1821" by Orra White Hitchcock A nearly complete set of The Olio dating back to 1861 is now available online through Amherst College Digital Collections. Follow this link: Amherst College Olios Collections & Finding Aids Archives & Special Collections holds more than 80,000 printed volumes and 11,000 linear feet of manuscript material that cover a wide range of subjects. General guides to our collections: Archives and Special Collections Collection Development PolicyGuide to Rare Book HoldingsSubject Guides to Archival and Manuscript Holdings Searching the contents of our collections: Guides to: Exhibitions "Shakespeare's Desk" Five College Archives & Manuscript Collections. Washington (Vermont) Historical Society | Keeping history in our future.

Orange County Vermont Court Records Directory. PVMA Deerfield | Memorial Hall Museum. All articles - Family Tree Gazette. FB: Genealogy - Improving Your Searches. Genealogy on Facebook. FGS: MUCHO Society Links! Historical Maps of Pennsylvania. About the Archives. Centre County Genealogical Society. Peoples Library. Alphabetical List of Research Databases, The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Williamstown Historical Museum.