African American Heritage
African American Heritage is a digital resource exclusively devoted to African American family history research.
AfriGeneas Home Page
AfriGeneas is a mailing list specific to discussions surrounding the research process, hurdles, and resources available for African American researchers.
Listed at this page are many links, including archives and societies.
Claims to house the largest collection of family history data online. This is a subscription service with several free guest benefits. Searchable databases, software, books, Social Security Death Index, and more. (Note: Carnegie Public Library has a subscription to this service that can be used only within the library.)
A personal site that has become a must-stop addition to online genealogy. Thousands of sites annotated and cross-referenced in over 100 categories.
FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service
Sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, this exhaustive database is searchable by surname, international geography, and other categories.
Fold3® Library Edition
Fold3® Library Edition is the premier collection of historical military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served from the Revolutionary War through recent conflicts. It contains millions of records from world-class archives, many of which are exclusively available on Fold3 Library Edition.
Genealogy Links contains a list of over 3000 genealogical links categorized by geographical area of the world. Few annotations, but most link names appear to be self-explanatory.
GenForum is an online genealogy forum with topics ranging from specific surnames to regions of the world.
This service requires a library card from Carnegie Public Library to access this subscription database. Genealogy & Local History Collection of 25,000+ family and local history books, every word is searchable.
Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
This site provides links to Native American Genealogy.
National Genealogy Society
With over 17,000 members, the NGS provides training, research assistance, news, and other resources.
Online Searchable Death Indexes for the USA
A guide for genealogists and other researchers. Scroll down past the Ancestry.com search link for general databases, indexes for individual states & counties, and other genealogy resources.
Claims to be the Internet's oldest and largest genealogy site. Hosts thousands of Web sites and mailing lists. Links to many searchable databases.
Genealogy Request Form: Follow the link to make a genealogy research request.
African American Heritage