Arlington National Cemetery Map   - Details
An interactive map of Arlington National Cemetery. Search burials, view events, browse points of interest, submit feedback.

Bureau of Land Management(BLM), General Land Office (GLO) Records   - Details
Federal land conveyance records for the Public Land States. Note: This site takes a long time to load

Concordia Historical Institute: Department of Archives and History, LCMS   - Details
Search Missouri Synod Lutheran church records to see if one the churches your ancestors likely attended was microfilmed. You can look at the microfilm at the Headquarters branch of the St. Louis County Library on Lindbergh.

Ellis Island/Port of New York Records Search   - Details
The Statue of Liberty- Ellis Island Foundation, Inc.

Emslanders to the American Mid-West   - Details
This webpage is devoted to the identification of 19th century German emigrants who came to America from that part of Hannover known today as Emsland, Niedersachsen, and settled in the mid-western United States.

FamilySearch   - Details
Discover Your Family History. A service provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

GenForum   - Details
Every surname imaginable. If your Surname is not listed, start a forum yourself.

Geographic Names Information System   - Details
Search for cities, cemeteries, and much more in the US

Historic US Farm Newspaper Collection   - Details
The University of Illinois online collection of agricultural newspapers. The Farm, Field and Fireside collection as it is known consists of significant US farm weeklies published primarily in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The collection currently consists of 21 titles and spans the range from 1841 to 1981. Most of the newspaper titles in the collection are concentrated in the Illinois and Ohio region, but some are from other farm regions.

How to Decipher a Social Security Number   - Details
Social Security "Area Code" Number Chart

Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild   - Details
Search Immigrant ship records

Military Times Hall of Valor   - Details
Valor award citations of heroes from the U.S. armed services

National Archives   - Details
Resources for Genealogists

National World War II Memorial   - Details
Search the electronic World War II Registry

Old Fulton New York History   - Details
Search Over 20,670,000 Old New York State Historical Newspaper Pages

Online Programming for All Libraries (OPAL)   - Details
Archive of History and Genealogy Programs

Online Searchable Death Indexes & Records   - Details
directory of links to websites with online death indexes

OPAL Chronological List of All Upcoming Programs   - Details
Unless otherwise noted, each OPAL online program lasts approximately one hour.

Our Confederate Heros   - Details
The web site was designed to collect profiles of the everyday Confederate soldiers and sailors and to be a research platform for the Civil War and the Confederacy.

Research Outlines   - Details
FamilySearch is retiring their state research outlines. You used to buy them at the Family History Libraries for a dollar or two. Now they are free.

Social Security Death Index   - Details
on GenealogyBank

Stephen P. Morse One-Step Portal for On-Line Genealogy   - Details
A collection of links

United States Social Security Death Index   - Details
Name index to deaths recorded by the Social Security Administration beginning in 1962. Current as of March 31, 2013 on

US Civil War Widow Pension Records   - Details has added and indexed 404,000 records from their extensive collection of pension files of Civil War widows and other dependents. This is the second large addition to this collection in the last two months. Access is free.

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918   - Details
Name index and images of draft registration cards for World War I. Three registrations occurred between 1917 and 1918. The 1st was held 5 Jun 1917 for men ages 21-31. The 2nd was held 5 Jun 1918 for men who turned 21 since the 1st registration. The 3rd started 12 Sep 1918 for men ages 18-45. The collection includes cards for 24 million men.

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