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A Digital Archive of Slave Voyages Details the Largest Forced Migration in History. An online database explores the nearly 36,000 slave voyages that occurred between 1514 and 1866.
[Located in Category: African-American Research]
Descendants of Colonia Tavern Keepers. If any of your ancestor were tavern keepers during colonial times (prior to 4 July 1776) consider joining this lineage society. Their website is full of information about the colonial taverns and inns. The "Kids Page", set up in Q&A format, covers lots of details regarding what skills a taverner might need, what they wore, and the types of tools they used.
[Located in Category: Lineage Societies]
GSHA is dedicated to promoting Hispanic genealogy and historical research & education for the purpose of expanding awareness and knowledge of Hispanic culture, history and traditions.
[Located in Category: National Societies]
Ever wonder how you're related to your half-cousin? How about your great uncle? And what is a second cousin twice removed, anyway? Ask the Relatedness Calculator!
[Located in Category: Resources]
There are many paths to finding your family story. Trace your family generations back with a family tree or uncover your ethnicity with AncestryDNA.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Research Sites]
Ancestral charts, research calendar, family group sheet, and many more.
[Located in Category: Free Forms & Charts]
The museum library has over 3000 obituaries, copies of death certificates, photos and other items pertaining to those people who in some way were connected to Ajo and the surrounding area. Check their website for Operating Hours and directions to get there.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
Birth Certificates from 1855-1941 and Death Certificates from 1870-1966
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
Promoting genealogy and history by addressing the education needs and interests of the Arizona genealogical community and the general public.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
This website has links to Arizona census records, land records, cemetery records, historical newspapers, Arizona Indian tribes, and many other resources concerning Arizona's history and genealogy.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
The mission of this family history project is to capture digital images of gravestones of our ancestors. As decades pass, many stones are becoming harder, if not impossible, to read the inscriptions they originally contained.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
Established by an Act of the First Territorial Legislature on November 7, 1864, the Arizona Historical Society (AHS) is Arizona’s oldest historical agency. Today, AHS serves as the steward of state history, fulfilling its mission to collect, preserve, interpret, and disseminate the history of Arizona and the West.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
A volunteer driven site, the Obituary Archive's listing is more than 80,000 records, all searchable by name.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
The mission of the Pioneers' Cemetery Association (PCA) is to research, preserve and protect the history and physical remains of Arizona pioneers as exemplified in the early, historic-period cemeteries of the state.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
This is an index to the Arizona Pioneers' Home records. The Home was established by the Territory of Arizona in 1911 in order to take care of aged and informed Arizonans. Initially, a “men only” institution (principally miners), a woman's wing was added in 1916. Today the Pioneers' Home admits “pioneers” who are at least 70 years of age and have been an Arizona resident for at least 50 years.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
The purpose of this project is to organize volunteers who will work together to create a lasting tribute to Arizona ancestors. Volunteers transcribe tombstone inscriptions and have that work archived for the future and made easily accessible to all.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
The Office of Vital Records officially began recording birth and death events in July, 1909. However, it maintains a sampling of delayed birth records of Arizona citizens (from 1855) and death records (from 1877) from other sources.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
Biblio.com hosts over 5500 of the finest online book stores and booksellers, including specialists in genealogy.
[Located in Category: Books & Publications]
Formed in 1974, the GSSB provides literary, educational, and research opportunities and resources to their members and the public. GSSB owns and operates an extensive research library in the Melbourne Public Library.
[Located in Category: Regional Genealogy Societies]
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
Crestleaf was built to enable people all over the world to capture, preserve and share their family story with living relatives and future generations.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Research Sites]
A comprehensive, categorized & cross-referenced list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Research Sites]
Provided by Crestleaf.com, this infographic shows you how to easily map out your relationship to other family members throughout the entire family tree.
[Located in Category: Free Forms & Charts]
A bi-monthly publication available in print or digital format. Articles include research tips, practices, and how-to's.
[Located in Category: Books & Publications]
Family Tree Magazine has created forms that can help you access and organize your family history information. They're available in two formats: text and portable document format (PDF).
[Located in Category: Free Forms & Charts]
FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Research Sites]
Genealogical.com, publishes over 2,000 genealogy books and CDs featuring colonial genealogy, Native American genealogy, colonial genealogy, Irish genealogy, immigration, royal ancestry, family history, and genealogy methods and sources. There are resources for those just beginning to explore their family tree and for experienced researchers looking for in-depth genealogy data.
[Located in Category: Books & Publications]
This site provides links to a variety of free genealogy forms and charts, including relationship charts.
[Located in Category: Free Forms & Charts]
[Located in Category: AZ Genealogy Societies]
This web site provides access to the text of biographical essays that were written or compiled by Senator Carl Hayden during his legendary career in the US Senate and the US House of Representatives. Hayden compiled lists of pioneers from the 1860, 1864 and 1870 U.S.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
Heritage Books, Inc. offers more than 4900 titles in genealogy, history, military history, historical fiction, and memoirs.
[Located in Category: Books & Publications]
[Located in Category: AZ Genealogy Societies]
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
Documents, photos, records veterans' service records, census, city directories, immigration records. Located in Washington, D.C.; branches of NARA in other cities.
[Located in Category: Archives]
[Located in Category: AZ Genealogy Societies]
[Located in Category: AZ Genealogy Societies]
An online bookstore for genealogy books, software, scanners and more.
[Located in Category: Books & Publications]
This is a digital publication dedicated to past and present articles, events and information concerning Hispanic heritage issues. Somos Primos is an all volunteer effort. There is no paid staff and there is no cost for accessing issues.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
Southwest Jewish Archives at the University of Arizona Library is a research collection dedicated to collecting and recording the dramatic history of pioneer Jews in the Desert Southwest, covering Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas. It is a repository for major collections of primary materials on Jewish families from these areas.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
[Located in Category: AZ Genealogy Societies]
This center is located at 500 S. Langley Avenue on Tucson's east side. It houses a large collection of family histories and genealogy books donated by the Arizona State Genealogical Society. Check their wiki page for more information.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
This center is located on Tucson's West side at 3530 W. Magee. Check their wiki page for information on their holdings.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
This archive contains a wealth of information on Tucson's volunteer firefighters. In a time before a city run fire department or when the department was small, Tucson depended on these Angelo and Mexican men to fight fires. Hundreds of men are listed with city directory entries, newspaper articles, and other resources documenting their lives. In addition to all the genealogical information, historical data on Tucson's fires, fire apparatus, oral histories, Tucson Common Council Minutes from 1871-1953, and more are available to the researcher.
[Located in Category: AZ Local & Statewide Resources]
Located in Washington, D.C., the museum was stablished as a "permanent living memorial to the victims of the Holocaust." The archival collections include published and unpublished materials, art & artifacts, film & video, music, oral history, photos. The Library and Archives reading rooms are open to the public for research on-site.
[Located in Category: Archives]
[Located in Category: AZ Genealogy Societies]