Arkansas, Arkansas Genealogy Resources

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1830 United States Federal Census
http://www.ancestry.com?db=5803

1840 United States Federal Census
http://www.ancestry.com?db=5826

1850 United States Federal Census
http://www.ancestry.com?db=6047

Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots
This collection of abstracts of grave sites contains information originally published in the Senate documents of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, as well as the Society magazine. Veterans and patriots of the Revolutionary War whose graves were found between 1900 and 1987 are included in this first volume. Included in eac...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=4110

Arkansas Census, 1819-70
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3534

Arkansas Census, 1840
This is an index to the 1840 Census of Arkansas, the first Federal Census taken after Arkansas was admitted to the Union on June 15, 1836. Information in the Census includes, where available, the name of the head of the household, city or county of residence, number of free white males and females by age group, number of free colored males and fem...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3117

Arkansas History and Pioneers
Explored by Hernando de Soto in 1541, Arkansas became the twenty-fifth state of the Union in 1836. This database is a history of the state and biographical register of many important settlers in the region. Beginning with the earliest explorers to the region, it provides a detailed account of the state's development. Additionally, it contains biogr...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=4601

Arkansas Land Records
http://www.ancestry.com?db=2070

Arkansas Marriages to 1850
http://www.ancestry.com?db=2082

Arkansas Marriages, 1851-1900
http://www.ancestry.com?db=4383

Confederate Research Sources
This database, a guide to Confederate record archive collections, will prove helpful to anyone whose ancestors fought in a military unit of the Confederate forces during the American Civil War. This database identifies what Confederate records are available, and their exact location, enabling you to track down information about Confederate ancesto...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3207

Confederate States Field Officers
The costliest war in the history of the United States, the Civil War involved hundreds of thousands of men on both sides of the conflict. Originally published in the early 1900s, this database is a listing of men who served the Confederate States as field officers. In addition to listing the soldier's name, it also provides the soldier's rank, and ...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=4537

Dawes Commission Index, 1896
This is an index to over 14,000 records of individuals in the Five Civilized Tribes that applied for citizenship under the Act of 1896. The Five Civilized Tribes include the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chicasaw, Creek and the Seminole. Each record includes the individual's name tribe, and case number. This compilation, in effect an Indian census, was al...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3075

Dawes Commission Index, 1898-1914
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3118

Eastern Arkansas Biographies and Historical Memoirs
This large database is a condensed history of eastern Arkansas which also contains biographies of distinguished persons of that area of the state. It covers the time from the arrival of European explorers to about 1885. A wide range of information is contained within the work, including lists elected officials, genealogies, and the economic foundat...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3295

Ft. Smith Criminal Case Files, 1866-1900
This database consists of criminal court cases of such famous outlaws as Wyatt Earp and "Cherokee Bill" Goldsby. Many of these 50,000 cases were heard by the famous "hanging" Judge Isaac C. Parker, appointed by President Grant to bring law and order to the territory of Arkansas. The descriptions provide the first and last name of the defendant, t...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3119

Little Rock, Arkansas City Directories, 1893-98
The capital of Arkansas, Little Rock sits astride the Arkansas River in the central part of the state. This database is a collection of three directories for the city between 1893 and 1898. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes the names of nearly 46,600 people, mostly head...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=4414

Northeast Arkansas Biographies and Historical Memoirs
This large database is a history of northeastern Arkansas and a collection of biographies of persons in that area. It covers the time from the arrival of European explorers to about 1885. A wide range of information is contained within the work, including lists elected officials, genealogies, and the economic foundations of some communities. The bi...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3290

Northwestern Arkansas History
This large database is a history of northwestern Arkansas. It is also a collection of biographies of persons who lived in that area. It covers the time from the arrival of European explorers to about 1885. A wide range of information is contained within the work, including lists elected officials, genealogies, and the economic foundations of some c...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3328

Polk County, Arkansas Marriages, 1901-05
Marriage records can be an extremely valuable source of information for genealogical researchers, as there are often more than two names listed in each record. This database is a collection of marriages in Polk County, Arkansas, between 1901 and 1905, and contains over 1100 records. Each record of this database contains the name, age, and residence...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3434

Polk County, Arkansas Marriages, 1906-10
Located on the western border of the state, Polk County, Arkansas was created in 1844 and began recording marriages in 1881. This database is a collection of marriage records from the county between 1906 and 1910, and contains the names of almost 3000 persons. Each record, in addition to showing the date of marriage, contains the name, age, and res...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3439

Sons of the American Revolution
This work contains the entire list (thousands of members) of the membership of the National Society Sons of the American Revolution to December 31, 1901, including deceased members, with their line of descent from their Revolutionary ancestors. Search this database if you have ancestors who participated in the Revolution or who were members of the...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3072

Trans-Mississippi West, 1804-1912, Vol. 1-2
This guide identifies and describes all significant series of civil and military records relating to the States and Territories to the west of the Mississippi River. This guide also tells what Federal records are available, and their location, whether in the Washington D.C. area, or in regional archives. This is volume one and two of the multi-vo...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3108

USGenWeb Project - Arkansas
The USGenWeb Project State web sites are your starting points for finding genealogical and historical information. Each state site features state information and also provides you with links to each county web site within the state....[More]
http://www.rootsweb.com/~argenweb/

Western Arkansas Biographies and Historical Memoirs
This large database is a history of western Arkansas and a collection of biographies of persons in that area. It covers the time from the arrival of European explorers to about 1885. A wide range of information is contained within the work, including lists elected officials, genealogies, and the economic foundations of some communities. The biograp...[More]
http://www.ancestry.com?db=3294

Websites

The USGenWeb Project - Arkansas
http://www.rootsweb.com/~argenweb

Arkansas Genealogy: Resources For Family History Research
http://www.kindredtrails.com/arkansas.html

Bill Couch -The Original Arkansas Genealogy GenWeb
http://www.couchgenweb.com/arkansas

United States Resources: Arkansas
http://www.rootsweb.com/roots-l/USA/ar.html

Arkansas Genealogy and Genealogical Resources Anything Arkansas Directory
http://www.anythingarkansas.com/society/Genealogy.html

Arkansas Genealogy Forum
http://genforum.genealogy.com/ar

Cyndi's List - U.S. - Arkansas
http://www.cyndislist.com/ar.htm

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