Cyndi's List
The best place to start: thousands of links, categorized & cross-referenced, in over 70 categories!

African Heritage
A good place to start for African-American research.

American Antiquarian Society
Has huge holdings of early American newspapers and publications.

Features Ancestry's Genealogy Search Engine, "the World Wide Web's largest and fastest-growing collection of completely searchable genealogy data." (May require membership.)

Barrel of Links
More than 200 genealogy sites and 40 Civil War sites.

Best Genealogy Links on the WWW
Mega index of genealogy sites.

The British Tourist Authority
A good place to start for British research.

Canadian National Archives
A good place to start birth, marriage, death and other records.

Chinese History
Find immigrants who came to America under assumed names (1882-1943).

Family Tree Maker Online
The largest and most complete online genealogy resource -- from the creators of Family Tree Maker.

Family Tree Searcher
Enter your ancestor data just once to search for family trees at multiple web sites.

One of the oldest and largest genealogy mailing lists.

Genealogy and Heraldry
Links to sites on royalty and nobility of the world.

Genealogy Gateway
Includes queries and family homepages, geographic information and computers/software.

Genealogy Resources on the Internet
Features regional and ethnic resources, libraries, societies, maps, and online periodicals.

Relaxed privacy laws make this the easiest of all European countries to scour for details. (In Dutch or English.)

Jewish Genealogy
A good place to start for Jewish research.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has records on 2 billion people in 64 countries.

"A major genealogy reference library and resource center built and maintained by professional genealogists who understand the needs of beginning researchers and experienced family historians."

Links to the numerous nobility of Malta.

National Archives (US)
Holdings include ship records; censuses; naturalization, military and pension records; Native American tribal information; land records; homestead applications; etc.

National Archives of Australia
A good place to start for Australian research.

National Genealogical Society

RAND Genealogy Club
Links to Roots surname list, reference and historical information and religious groups.

One of the oldest and largest genealogy mailing lists.

Scots Origins
A must see for anyone with clan ties.

Searchable Genealogy Links
Searchable online information arranged geographically.

Seattle Public Library Genealogy Collection
Includes a description of the collection, selected sources in Genealogy and links to other WWW resources.

Social Security Death Index searchable for free.

The Surname Web
This page links to surnames from every country in the world.

Sutro Library Research
Thousands of family histories; county and town histories; and city directories.

Telephone Directories Online
"The Internet's original and most complete index of online phone books, with over 400 links to Yellow Pages, White Pages, Business Directories, Email Addresses and Fax Listings from over 170 countries all around the world."

Treasure Maps
"The How-to Genealogy WWW Site."

U.S. Genweb Project
Volunteers nation wide provide links to state and county resources.

Vital Records Information -- United States
Select a state from the map of the US to obtain vital records information for that state.


Family Tree Maker
"Family Tree Maker is America's #1 selling family tree program. It is easy-to-use, yet so comprehensive you won't outgrow it."

The Master Genealogist
TMG is the complete family history project manager for Windows 3.x, Windows 95 or Windows NT.

Award-winning genealogy software for the Macintosh. (Free demo available.)


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