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Kansas Memories at the Kansas Historical Society provides online historical Platt Maps of Riley County and a few other counties. The Riley County 1881 Platt Book contains histories, maps, biographical sketches and views of residences, schools and businesses.
[Located in Category: Historical Maps]
A site devoted to African American Genealogy
[Located in Category: African American Research]
A unique and valuable resource located in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.
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Free Forms from Mid-Continent Public Library
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On this site you can discover more about your ancestry beginning with your family tree. Learn how to use records in your family search, connect with others who are seeking out their ancestors and find the answers to your tough research questions.
[Located in Category: Learning Centers]
Many tips for finding ancestors in unusual situations
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The major pay site source for family history online.
[Located in Category: Searchable Websites]
An international organization dedicated to supporting those engaged in the business of genealogy through advocacy, collaboration, education, and the promotion of high ethical standards. Genealogists for hire available here.
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Kelly Wheaton's guide to genetic genealogy.
[Located in Category: DNA]
[Located in Category: Newspapers Online]
11 area newspapers available 1875 to 1921
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Arrivals in New York before 1892
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The Chronicling America website a free, searchable database of historic U.S. newspapers, has posted its 5 millionth page. Launched by the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in 2007, Chronicling America provides enhanced and permanent access to historically significant newspapers published in the United States between 1836 and 1922. It is a part of the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP), a joint effort between the two agencies and 32 state partners.
[Located in Category: Newspapers Online]
CountyOffice.org is the most accurate internet database of county government offices in the United States. Use the site to locate county assessor, board of elections, chamber of commerce, child support offices, colleges, coroner, courts, clerk, district attorney, DMVs, fire departments, hospitals, IRS office, jails, libraries, medical examiner, parks department, post offices, police departments, prisons, private schools, probation departments, public schools, recorder of deeds, social security offices, sheriff, tax collector, treasurer, and unemployment offices. The database includes names, addresses, phone numbers, and fax numbers.
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The list of all lists.
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Daughters of the American Revolution library
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The angels at dnaadoption.com explain the process of finding birth parents. These are indeed angels. They have classes and work tirelessly to help adoptees find their kin.
[Located in Category: DNA]
Descriptions and timelines for the trails that helped settle America. From Kansas City's own Beverly Whittaker.
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Arrivals in New York between 1892-1924
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A free-content encyclopedia created by its readers. The Encyclopedia of Genealogy is available to everyone, free of charge. Everyone can also contribute information, again free of charge.
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Family Tree DNA offers FREE webinars (online seminars) on genetic genealogy and DNA ancestry testing related topics. All webinars are open to both our customers and the general public with registration. They are recorded, so that they may be attended live or viewed later.
[Located in Category: Learning Centers]
Browse hundreds of online genealogy courses to help you discover your family history.
[Located in Category: Learning Centers]
FamilySearch is a free family history website provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is one of the most heavily used genealogy sites on the Internet.
[Located in Category: Searchable Websites]
The FGS serves the needs of its member societies, providing products and services and marshaling the resources of its member organizations
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
ONLINE GRAVE & LOT LOCATOR Use the Cemetery Search to look for interments within Sunset and Sunrise cemeteries. Search by cemetery or last names with capital or lowercase letters USING THE MAGNIFYING GLASS IN THE UPPER-RIGHT CORNER AFTER THE MAP DOWNLOADS. CLICK ON "VIEW MAP" UNDER THE FIRST MAP SHOWN ON THE PAGE.
[Located in Category: Searchable Websites]
Find the graves of ancestors, create virtual memorials, add 'virtual flowers' and a note to a loved one's grave.
[Located in Category: Searchable Websites]
Explore US Military Historical Records by War. Fold3 is the place for the web's premier collection of original US military records. Many from the US National Archives and many other archives. Some free, some not.
[Located in Category: Searchable Websites]
Explore 250 Years of US Newspaper Archives, Free of Charge History, Politics, War, Sports, Family Background, and Plain Old Everyday News
[Located in Category: Newspapers Online]
List of genealogical and historical societies, for the US and UK, by state and county
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Online Digital Newspaper Collections by State -- The Lists by State
[Located in Category: Newspapers Online]
Extensive U.S. newspapers, including many smaller rural areas of Kansas.
[Located in Category: Newspapers Online]
A guide to historical U.S. newspapers that are freely available on the Internet.
[Located in Category: Newspapers Online]
The term "genealogy" is used in two ways. By one definition, it is the search for family history. Genealogists might start by gathering information about their own families and then learn about past generations. The second way the term can be used is to describe the descendants of a specific ancestor. Read more: http://www.homeadvisor.com/article.show.History-at-Home-A-Guide-to-Genealogy.17370.html#ixzz3tJVaqtM8
[Located in Category: Learning Centers]
Minorities Resource and Research Center paper published December 1981.
[Located in Category: Riley County]
William G Cutler's History of Kansas
[Located in Category: Kansas]
Click on the map and see what you get.
[Located in Category: Historical Maps]
List of articles on beginning DNA / genealogy
[Located in Category: DNA]
[Located in Category: Newspapers Online]
Kansas Statewide Online Genealogy Records This is collection of links to Kansas statewide databases and collections. Many of these links will be repeated on county pages.
[Located in Category: Kansas]
The Kansas Community Networks (KCN) is a Kansas town, city, and county research center. The goal of the KCN is to help Kansas communities establish a presence on the world wide web (W3) and establish an archive of Kansas town and county history. This file is organized by KS county, and county seat town or city.
[Located in Category: Kansas]
Serving as an instrument for communication and educational opportunities among all Kansas societies that have an interest in preserving and disseminating historical and genealogical information
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
A part of Kansas History Websites
[Located in Category: Kansas]
Maps, obituaries, censuses, and more online resources free from Ancestry.com.
[Located in Category: Riley County]
Kansas State History and a list of historical markers throughout the state
[Located in Category: Kansas]
A project of the Hall Center for the Humanities at the University of Kansas and the Kansas State Historical Society
[Located in Category: Kansas]
KSHS identifies, collects, preserves, interprets, and disseminates materials and information pertaining to Kansas history in order to assist the public in understanding and appreciating their Kansas heritage and how it relates to their lives.
[Located in Category: Historical Societies]
Located at Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
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Site provides a single entry point for all counties in Kansas, where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and cross-linked.
[Located in Category: Kansas]
Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present.
[Located in Category: Newspapers Online]
The Library of Congress is the nation's oldest federal cultural institution, and it serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world.
[Located in Category: Libraries]