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Links for the topic "Genealogy"
Willamette Valley Genealogical Society
(*) The Willamette Valley Genealogical Society was organized in December, 1968, to create and foster the study of family history, to aid in the publication of local history, and to aid in the establishment of materials in local genealogical library collections. WVGS’s collection of books, CDs and microfilm is housed at Salem Public Library.
Oregon Genealogy Society
(*) The Oregon Genealogical society maintains a genealogical and historical research library in Eugene, Oregon for use by members and the general public alike.
Oregon State Archives
(*) Genealogists regularly consult maps, journals, dockets, and case files at the Oregon State Archives. View available online resources from the Oregon State Archives Division.
National Archives: Genealogists/Family Historians
(*) A great starting place for genealogical research, how-to tips for beginners and experts, links to primary sources world-wide, and databases of family trees.
Oregon Genealogy Records
Oregon Bios Project
This site features more than 3,000 biographies of Oregonians. It includes many links to other helpful resources, such as books and websites about Oregonians and genealogy.
Genealogical Forum of Oregon
The GFO maintains a physical library in Portland, Oregon, as well as a website with an online library catalog and links to genealogy research tools.
An extensive listing of links to a variety of genealogy research sites, including state and national resources.
Oregon: Repository of Primary Sources
Links to Oregon organizations with holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for the research scholar.
This site provides a directory of state and territorial agencies that can provide birth, death, marriage, and divorce vital record forms for a fee.
RootsWeb provides genealogy researchers with tools and resources, as well as an online community for sharing information and collaboration.
Ellis Island Genealogy Research Tools
A great site for genealogy how-to, tools, templates, and resources for conducting your family research.
Genealogy Society Directory
An online directory of genealogy societies in the US, listed by state. Includes links to societies in the United Kingdom and Canada.
A categorized and cross-referenced index to genealogical resources on the Internet, 305,000+ links for family history! A great starting place for genealogists.
National Archives: State Archives
Genealogists may need to get information from state archives and historical societies. Find state organization contact information here.