Genealogy Resources

Good Stuff

• Overview of North Carolina Census Records, 1787 - 1920 (North Carolina Archives Information Circular Num 2)
• Jim's List of Genealogical Tools & Resources (Submitted by Jim McKinney) [Downloads as a Word Doc with hot links]
• Family Tree in Spanish - Male (Credit "Discovering Your Mexican Genealogy", Submitted by Marcy Hundley)
Family Tree in Spanish - Female (Credit Digging Up Deep Roots, Submitted by Marcy Hundley)
Selected Resources for NM, AZ and MEX (Source: PBS' "Genealogy Roadshow")
Amy Crow Johnson's Genealogy Blog (Genealogy Blog to which you can, but need not, subscribe for free)
• RootsTech 2017 Session Videos (Access videos from the RootsTech 2017 conference via Geneabloggers web site)
Personal History Questions and Resources (Submitted by Eva Nevarez St John and Karen Ray)

Valuable Websites (DACGS Member Recommended)

Archive.org (Submitted by Trica Willey Hazelton) - Free non-profit library with millions of Surname Books, County Histories, Probate Abstracts, Genealogies, etc.
FamilySearch.org (Submitted by Leo Clear) - Always growing, always expanding.
North Carolina eBooks (Submitted by Carl Hundley) - 1000's of books written on NC from its first charter in 1629 to the present day. All books shown are considered in the Public Domain and no longer under copyright protection.
jstor.org (Submitted by James Hazelton) - Offers articles from Historical Journals at very reasonable prices, generally under $2.
accessgenealogy.com (Submitted by Karen Pineau) - a free genealogy resource including US genealogy by state, black genealogy, cemetery records, census records, DNA and more.
davidrumsey.com (Submitted by Georgie McDougle) - An historical map collection with over 75,000 maps and images online.
• A Trio from Keith Burke
   * Find A Grave - Search for cemeteries and people.
   * GEDMatchProvides DNA and genealogical analysis tools for amateur and professional researchers and genealogists.
   * WikiTree - A free data base for validated information.
Fold3 - (Submitted by Karen Pineau) Discovery your family's military past.


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