United States Genealogy Resources
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1920 U.S Federal Census: The entire 1920 census is ready and only online at Ancestry.com
All 2.3 million pages of the 1920 U.S. Federal Census are indexed and viewable at Ancestry.com. Search for your ancestors on our exclusive heads-of-household index of the census. Click to view a digital image of an original census page recorded 72 years ago at your ancestorís house. The 1920 census population schedules reveal an enormous amount o...[More]
1930 U.S. Federal Census at Ancestry.com
This database will detail those persons enumerated in the 1930 United States Federal Census, the Fifteenth Census of the United States and is an every name index. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to the actual images of the 1930 Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration ...[More]
1900 U.S. Census: Online Family History and Tree Search - Genealogy.com
Genealogy.com has the only fully indexed 1900 U.S. Census. Immediately search for ancestors and fill holes in your family tree and your family history. Search easily by head-of-household across nearly 75 million individuals. ...[More]
American Local History Network
Collection of historical and genealogical links and data pertaining to United States.
Links to genealogy research sites.
This site is helpful with brick walls, getting started, forms and tools through the use of census, periodicals, maps, cd look-ups. Also includes information on Illinois, Missouri, and New York.
Before the Needles: Executions in America Before Lethal Injection
The following is a detailed State by State listing of 14,490 executions that occurred under civil authority in the United States or within territory that later became the United States. From George Kendal being shot for espionage in Virginia (1608) until Gary Gilmore met his maker for murder in Utah (1977), it includes (when known) the convict's na...[More]
Black Stump Pandoras Box
Genealogy Resources Center
The Genealogy Resources Center is for both the hobby and serious genealogy researcher. It has well organized links to many internet resources. Find exactly what you need quickly and easily.
Genealogy resources to information both on and off line.
List and links of recognized genealogy sites in order of how much traffic they have received. Explains how to add your own site to this list to increase visits.
One-stop source for genealogy, history, and travel searches.
National Genealogical Society, Arlington, Virginia
The National Genealogical Society is a National Genealogy membership organization with 18,000 members nationwide. NGS provides leadership and Genealogical Education in Family History and Genealogy through various programs, scholarly publications, and research opportunities. These include a library and book loan program, quarterly journal, bimonth...[More]
Niles Family Genealogy from 1600's to 1999 homepage
An introduction to the roots of the Niles and Edwards family trees.
The Mayflower Web Pages
The Complete Site for Mayflower History and Genealogy.
The Peoples Path
The USGenWeb Project - Home Page
Consisting of a group of volunteers working together to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States, the Project is non-commercial and fully committed to free access for everyone.
United States Genealogy Network
The mission of the United States Genealogy Network is to provide internet services and links to genealogical and historical networks, societies and associations that serve and promote free access to genealogical and historical research on the Internet.
USGenWeb Archives Search Page
This search engine provides archived document information from each state.