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Resources for Genealogists and Family Historians

Resources for Genealogists and Family Historians
Skip Navigation. Resources for Genealogists Home > Research Our Records > Resources for Genealogists Now online - Start Your Family Research Learn how you can use the resources at the National Archives to explore your family's ancestry. Browse Popular Topics Explore genealogy resources related to specific topics: Events Tools for Genealogists Genealogy-Related Articles Caring for Your Family Records News and Events Family Tree Friday blog Can I start my family history research by typing a name in the search box? While you can't use the search box to find information on a specific person, you can browse the thousands of genealogy-related holdings -- many of which are available online. Most Requested Other Learning Resources Resources for Genealogists > Connect With Us Online Research Resources For… What's New Research Guides I Want To…

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Free Genealogy Resources Tracing back your family tree is rewarding, but can often be pretty challenging! Learn about new ways to make your genealogy research easier. Whether you are just beginning your genealogy research, or have been doing it for over 20 years, you may find these articles of help when it comes to discovering new genealogical resources, organizing yourself, and making the most of the research technology available! Find Genealogy Records When it gets difficult to find a particular genealogy record, this is the resource you can turn to. Review of the Top 40+ FREE Online Genealogy Websites Where You Can Start Your Ancestry Search « (Update: September 26, 2011: To celebrate the two year anniversary of this post, we have added 40 more free links to a new updated post. Now there are 82 free genealogy resources that you can use right now to start your searching your family history. Check the new post out here.) There are a million websites that have information about genealogy, census records, and family tree research. Some are free and some expect you to pay a membership fee.

Louisiana Biography and Obituary Index, New Orleans Public Library-Mozilla Firefox About the Online ProjectHistory of the Obituary IndexCredits & Thanks Ordering ObituariesTips from the StaffNewspapers IndexedBiographical References IndexedOther New Orleans Obit Indexing Projects Click here to The Louisiana Biography and Obituary Index references obituaries and death notices published in New Orleans newspapers from 1804-1972 and biographical information published in older Louisiana collective biographies. The original index, housed in the Louisiana Division of New Orleans Public Library, is an alphabetical card file of more than 650,000 names. Flesh on the Bones: Turning Dry Ancestral Details into a Life Story Flesh on the Bones: Turning Dry Ancestral Details into a Life Story by Sharon DeBartolo Carmack I was a budding genealogist when I entered college in my thirties to earn an undergraduate degree. When my history professor gave the class an assignment to write a research paper, I told her I wanted to write about my great-grandparents, who immigrated through Ellis Island in the early 1900s. “That’s fine,” she said, “but you’ll need to put your ancestors into historical context.”

Free Genealogy Resources - Home How to find family records using the best free Internet resources Bookmark This Site (Ctrl+D) There are literally millions of web pages on genealogy and it is easy to get lost so that you can't see the forest for the trees. Where do you go first? Let's look at the sites that are likely to give you quick and easy results. To the left you will find links to the most important British American genealogy web sites.

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