Resources

Every resource that has been discovered along my blogging adventure will be listed on this page. Hope you find something new and helpful to aid in genealogical research.

1940 U.S. Federal Census

About.com. Genealogy: Genealogy for Children

Access Genealogy

America's Story from America's Library: The Library of Congress (children)

Ancestor Search

Bureau of Land Managment: General Land Office Records: the offical federal land records site

Chronicling America

Civil War Preservation Trust

Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System

Civil War Women Blog

Colonial Ancestors Database

Cyndi's List

Cyndi's List: Kids & Teens

Daughters of the American Revolution

Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, 1861-1865

David Rumsey Map Collection

Delaware Public Archives

Department of Veterans Affairs Nationwide Gravesite Locator

East Europe Gen Web Project

Ellis Island

Family Old Photos

Family Tree Kids: making family history fun

Federation of East European Family History Societies

Find a Grave

Free Genealogy Forms and Charts -GenealogySearch.org

GeneaBios : biographies for genealogy

Genealogy.com

Genealogy In Time

Genealogy.org

Genealogy Today

German Genealogy Group

Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online

Google Operands

Google Alerts

Google Alerts - Automated Web Searches for Genealogists - RootsWeb

Google Earth

Google Patents Beta

History of the Mennonites by Daniel K. Cassel, published 1888 - Google Books

Historical Directories England & Wales

Historical Marker Database

Interment.net

Internet Archive

JewishGen

Kids' Turn Central: Genealogy for Kids

LDS Family Search Data

Libraries on the Web: USA Public Libraries

Library of Congress Map Collections

Map History/History of Cartography

Mennonite Church History by Jonas Smucker Hartzler, Daniel Kauffman, 1905 - Google Books

Mennonite Church USA

MennoObits: Mennonite Church USA

Modern Lighthouse Service by Arnold Burges Johnson, 1889 - Google Books

National Archives

National Archives : 1940 Census Records

National Archives Wiki

Oh Say Can You See? : National Museum of American History blog

Olive Tree Genealogy

Online Historical Directories Website

The Part Taken by Women in American History by Mary Simmerson Cunningham Logan & John A. Logan, published 1912 (Google Book)

Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection

PublicLibraries.com

Research Logs - FamilySearch

Roots Television

RootsWeb

Soundex Calculator by site Search For Ancestors

State Archives and Libraries

The Quilt Index

Time Toast - timelines

Tombstone Birthday Calculator (Ancestor Search)

U.S.A. Gov Genealogy Resources, by State

U.S. Genealogy Web

US GenWeb Kidz

World Genealogy Web

WorldGenWeb for Kids

United States Digital Map Library

United States Lighthouse Service: 1915 by the United States Bureau of Light-House - Google Books

World Vital Records