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New York NY. Mid-Atlantic. South. Midwest. West. Government, Taxation. American Indians. USGS: GNIS Place Name Search. U.S. Board on Geographic Names. GenForum: US States. US State Links. Scout: History & Heritage. 2 out of 5 based on 1 ratings About the Park: Welcome to Quechee State Park.

Scout: History & Heritage

Its location along US Route 4, and its proximity to many Upper... vtstateparks.com This tablet marks the site of the American Literary, Scientific, and Military Academy. Founded by Captain Alden Partr... hmdb.org On June 17, 1785, the Vermont General Assembly enacted a law which designated the place for keeping a County Grammar ... hmdb.org At 2:10 AM on February 5, 1887 the last car of The Montreal Express derailed causing three cars to fall from the brid... hmdb.org A native of Norwich, Vermont, Alden Partridge was a pioneer in American military education. Site of a log hut where the Hutchinson and Messenger Families were the first to winter in Norwich in 1765. MapHistory.net: US. Trails.com. Find My Past: United States Records. GermanRoots: US Vital Records by State. Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States.

A spectacular historical atlas refashioned for the 21st century Here you will find one of the greatest historical atlases: Charles O.

Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States

Paullin and John K. Wright's Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States, first published in 1932. This digital edition reproduces all of the atlas's nearly 700 maps. Many of these beautiful maps are enhanced here in ways impossible in print, animated to show change over time or made clickable to view the underlying data—remarkable maps produced eight decades ago with the functionality of the twenty-first century. hide introductory video next Old Atlas, New Functionality Georectified Maps Most maps in the atlas have been georectified, warped so that they can be placed consistently on top of a digital map.

Navigating the Atlas For most maps in the atlas click on georectified ⇆ plate to toggle back and forth between views of the georectified maps and how they look in the printed atlas. FamilySearch: US Migration Internal. Value of Migration Research Mountains, forests, waterways, and the gaps between them channelled migration into predictable settlement patterns.

FamilySearch: US Migration Internal

Events like gold or land rushes, and Indian treaties also affected settlement. Understanding the transportation systems available to ancestors can help genealogists better guess their place of origin. Connect the place where an ancestor settled to the nearby canals,waterways, trails, roads, and railroads to look for connections to places they may have lived previously. Migration research may help you discover: a place of origin, previous hometown, or place where an ancestor settled biographical details such as what they experienced, or with whom they traveled on their journey clues for finding other records. American Local History Network. Internet Archives: US Government Documents.

The American Genealogical Index v.6. You are browsing the text-only version of this page.

The American Genealogical Index v.6

The text-only version contains the complete content and navigation of this page, without purely cosmetic visual styling. NOTE: Older browsers, or those with poor support for web standards, may not be able to display the graphical version of our website. A list of standards-friendly browsers capable of displaying the graphic version is available. Please enter your Login ID (uniqname or Friend ID) and password to continue. Need a Login ID? Create a Login ID now. Important Security Tips U-M will never send you an email asking for your password. This page displays best when JavaScript is enabled in your web browser. Please Note: MToken is not available on mobile devices. Login Help To access many U-M computing services, you will need a Login ID (uniqname or Friend ID) and the associated password.

Faculty, staff, students, retirees and sponsored affiliates should already have a uniqname. Need a Login ID? MToken Help What is an MToken? Ancestry.com: American Genealogical-Biographical Index. One of the most important genealogical collections, the American Genealogical-Biographical Index, or AGBI, is the equivalent of more than 200 printed volumes.

ancestry.com: American Genealogical-Biographical Index

This database contains millions of records of people whose names have appeared in printed genealogical records and family histories. With data from sources largely from the last century, each entry contains the person's complete name, the year of the biography's publication, the person's state of birth (if known), abbreviated biographical data, and the book and page number of the original reference. In addition to family histories, other genealogical collections are indexed. The Rocker Box: Ghost Towns. Here is a repository for ghost towns, almost ghost towns, stories of lost treasures, lost mines, and buried treasure, and other treasure information.

The Rocker Box: Ghost Towns

Pick your state to find treasures and ghost towns in your area. Unlinked states will be added soon, so... Check back often! Do you know of other ghost towns or treasure stories? Email us the details.You and your club will get full credit! Notice for anyone using a "pop-up blocker" Research does not end with the knowledge that an event occurred that resulted in a "buried treasure," and that the treasure exists. This is where detailed research comes into play. USA.gov. National Register of Historic Places. American Jewish Historical Society.