Links to Help You on Your Way


Arguably the number one genealogical library is the
Family History Library
in Salt Lake City

The library with the single largest collection of periodicals is
Allen County Public Library
in Fort Wayne, IN

Important Federal sites in DC are:
The National Archives This site is especially for genealogy.

However, if you're going to DC you may want to
visit the
Research Room at the Archives.


The Library of Congress Great site for genealogy.
To access their extensive
online catalog use this link.

BTW ---- both sites have extensive picture collections
that you may want to visit.

In DC, plan to visit the DAR LIBRARY

Online site with over 264,400+ links is
Cyndi's List
Many helpful hints

Big Research Databases: - LARGEST Online Database

GenWeb - lots of Links that will keep you busy.

RootsWeb - one of the oldest sites on WEB

The USGenWeb Project - links to all the states

World GenWeb - from the people who brought
you USGenWeb a project to find links all over the world

The Obituary Links Page - a collection of links and search engines designed to help
you find obituaries throughout the US

US Newspaper Links - a collection of newspaper links throughout the US. Also has other interesting sites

Genealogy Exchange  Surname Registry - No longer a working link.

Find A Grave - "A great site" Well worth a look!

Florida Links

The Florida State Genealogical Society - good site - lists our orginization

Pioneer Certificates - if your family lived in Florida for a long time you may be entitled. See this site for qualifications.

The Florida State Archives - Information about the archieves and lots of on-line Florida material.

The Florida Memory Project - Includes primary document records about Florida.

The Florida Historical Society
- prints the Florida Historical Quarterly.

Daytona Beach - Volusia County Public Library

St. Johns County residents have library privileges at the Jacksonville Public Library.

P. K. Yonge Library of Florida History
University of Florida at Gainesville

Southern Genealogist's Exchange Society
information and resources for genealogists

Some beginning lessons in Genealogy.
Here are some different sites to choose from:

Beginners Guide to Family Research

Beginning and Internet Genealogist Research with

Genealogy Primer

Jean Legried's Beginning Genealogy Lessons

How to Request copies of US Civil War Pension Records

Genealogy Charts and Census forms (free)

Style Guide for Internet Citations

Genealogy Glossary

Interviewing Techinques