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Discover historical insights, photos, and records about your ancestors. Build your own family tree with authenticated genealogical information. Ancestry provides the world's largest collection of online records. This resource is only available by visiting the Library.
This online community is dedicated to training and sharing resources for researching African American Genealogy. It's a good entry point if you're starting out and are interested in the basics.
Contains millions of records from The United States Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands between 1865 -1872. Records contain names of people across the United States including formerly enslaved African Americans, those who were free before the Civil War, white southerners, northern educators, elected officials, and more.
Contains more than 70,000 of the most commonly occurring surnames in the United States, giving comparative frequencies, linguistic and historical explanations, selected associated forenames, and occasional genealogical notes.
A collection of research materials containing family history, genealogies, city directories, census data, and schedules.
Discover which of over 3,000 authors said that tantalizing phrase, or search over 600 subjects to find an apt quotation for any occasion.
Reference materials include hundreds of primary documents and thousands of images from the Inuit of Alaska to the Seminole of Florida covering pre-contact to the colonial era into the 21st century.