AmericanAncestors.Org is a product of the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS), America’s founding genealogical organization and the most respected name in family history. This resource provides access to more than 1.4 billion records that covers over twenty-two countries, including the United States, the British Isles, and continental Europe. This product also includes an extensive online collection of early American genealogical records and published genealogical research journals and magazines, and the largest collection of U.S Catholic records online. Educational resources are also available to help genealogy hobbyists improve their skills.
Access to thousands of databases of genealogical and historical information.
This primary source collection offers more than 19,000 American and global news sources, including over 400 current and historical Black publications, to provide a window into African American history, culture, and daily life—as well as the ways the dominant culture has portrayed and perceived people of African descent. The sources in this collection covers the time period between pre-Revolution America and the early 21st century.
Search the records of one of the largest genealogy organizations in the world. FamilySearch.Org is provided free of charge by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Resources include digitized books and a genealogy database of user submitted family trees.
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Fold3 provides access to military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served.
With over 28,000 books currently available, the entire U.S. Federal Census, Freedman's Bank Records, Revolutionary War Pension Records, and other expanding collections, HeritageQuest Online is designed specifically for patrons in public libraries who are either just beginning their family research or who after years of work are still uncovering their past.
A publication of Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, a non-profit genealogical support group for the Louisiana State Archives founded in 1978. Le Raconteur is published in March, June, September, and December. Each issue contains a variety of original genealogical and historical articles dealing with topics from around Louisiana. In order to access this journal online, you must visit a St. Tammany Parish Library branch and speak with a reference librarian, opens a new window.
MyHeritage Library Edition is one of the largest, most internationally diverse genealogy databases of its kind. It contains billions of historical records from all over the world to support family history research. It includes birth, death and marriage records; the complete U.S. and U.K. censuses; immigration, military and tombstone records; and nearly 5 billion family tree profiles. New exclusive content is added daily, with more than 100 million records added every month.
The electronic editions of current and archived full text newspaper titles, as well as newswires, web editions, blogs, videos, broadcast transcripts, business journals, periodicals, government documents and other publications--all in one easy-to-search database.
NewspaperARCHIVE is the world's best resource for historical and genealogical information. Our unique archive spans more than 400 years of family history, small-town events, world news, and more. Explore your family tree and discover your history at NewspaperARCHIVE.com, the world's largest online newspaper archive. You can also create a free user account to save your searches and organize your research with folders through the library's subscription.
This index is an easily accessible and searchable resource for anyone who wants to trace their family history or learn more about immigration and genealogy—from immigrant arrivals in New York through Ellis Island to passenger lists for those entering New Orleans and more than 200 other ports. It offers more than 5 million immigrant names from over 3,500 primary sources related to immigration into North America from the late 1500s to the mid-1900s.
This resource allows access to the Times-Picayune online. The Digital Archive begins with the first issue of The Picayune published on January 25, 1837.