Genealogy Links
The links below are aids to finding genealogy resources. Those that are marked with a $ sign are fee-based sites.
For links from North Hills Genealogists monthly meetings, see the section on Meetings.
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The North Carolina Digital Collections contain over 90,000 historic and recent photographs, state government publications, manuscripts, and other resources on topics related to North Carolina. The Collections are free and full-text searchable, and bring together content from the State Archives of North Carolina and the State Library of North Carolina.
"The Archives also houses records created by Ala- bama state, county, and local government agen- cies. The Archives also has large collections of non-governmental records about Alabama includ- ing newspapers, private manuscripts, books, maps, and photographs, as well as numerous other resources. All of these records are avail- able for use in the Archives The Alabama De- partment of Ar- chives and His- tory (ADAH) was established in 1901 as the first state-supported archives in the United States." Also included are many online resources.
"Records in the Alaska State Archives document the functions and activities of the State and Territorial government. None of the records kept at the Archives were created for the purpose of genealogical research. However the Archives does hold many records that contain information on individuals such as: Naturalization records (1888-1972) Pioneer Home Residents (1913-1980) Probate Index (1883-1960) Teacher records (1917-1959) World War I Veterans (1913-1923) Vital Statistics (1816-1998)
Browse over 945,000 gravestone photo records from across the state of Arkansas!
"This website is about Arkansas places, people and history. You will find a lot of military history…we have a lot of patriotic pride and will never forget those who served and died for us. You will find a lot of photographs….everywhere we go we try to document Arkansas beauty and history."
"The primary purpose and highest priority of SFgenealogy is to provide FREE internet access to genealogical and historical information for San Francisco, the San Francisco Bay Area, and the State of California. Our commitment is to never charge fees for any data hosted at SFgenealogy."
"This collection contains 61,412 issues comprising 545,955 pages and 6,364,529 articles."
"The Online Archive of California (OAC) provides free public access to detailed descriptions of primary resource collections maintained by more than 200 contributing institutions including libraries, special collections, archives, historical societies, and museums throughout California and collections maintained by the 10 University of California (UC) campuses."
Genealogy resources available include birth records, census records, city directories, death and divorce records, probate files, and naturalization records among others.
"The Digital Collections include Colorado obituary, mortuary and cemetery indexes, census and tax lists, naturalization files, military, pioneer, marriage and divorce indexes as well as biography listings."