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Links to Genealogy Resources
Ancestry library edition and Heritage Quest Online are among items you can use on site for internet research.
  • Research Worksheets and Interactive Forms
    Use these PDF worksheets and Word Processor Interactive forms to help you in your research. Each may be downloaded and saved to your computer for your personal use.
  • Arizona State Library, Genealogy Collection
    This collection, located at the Arizona State Capital building in Phoenix, includes books and CDs for all states and some countries. Ancestry library edition and Heritage Quest Online are among items you can use on site for internet research. The Family History Society of Arizona annually purchases books for this collection using funds donated to the FHSA Book Fund.
  • AzGAB Society
    The Arizona Genealogical Advisory Board web site lists genealogical societies and family history and ethnic groups. Check here for an extensive list of organizations.
  • AzGAB Calendar
    Check here for a great calendar of events held by genealogical and family historical societies.
  • AZ Birth & Death Records
    Check here for birth records that occurred at least 75 years ago and death records for deaths that occurred at least 50 years ago.
  • Mesa Family Search Library
    (formerly called the Mesa Regional Family History Center) – One of the largest family history resources in the country is located in Mesa, Arizona. Check here for books, films, courses, webinars, and more.
  • Cyndi's List
    Use this list to locate web sites for almost any topic related to genealogy and family history research.
  • David Rumsey Historical Map Collectio
    The David Rumsey Historical Map Collection with more than 150,000 maps is FREE to the public and updated monthly. It focuses on rare 18th and 19th century maps of North and South America, although it also has maps of the World, Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania.
  • Family Search (LDS site)
    This is the LDS web site that provides copies of records, indexes to other records, links to the LDS libraries and lots more. This site is FREE.
  • Rootsweb.com
    A FREE site that allows you to find information posted by other researchers. There are also mailing lists and message boards which provide opportunities to contact “cousins.”
  • Bureau of Land Management
    This FREE site allows you to look for ancestors who may have received federal land patents (the initial transfer of a land title from the federal government to an individual).
  • US GenWeb
    This FREE site, totally run by volunteers, covers every state. Resources vary by state and county, but you may find information about libraries, societies, state vital records, surname lists and much more. There is also the WorldGenWeb which covers many countries in the world. Please note that many of the resources may be in the language of the country.
  • FGS Radio
    Hear episodes of various radio shows related to genealogical societies.
  • Genealogy.com
    While this site is a subscription site, it has an extensive FREE education section listed under “Learning Center”. All information is online.
  • Find A Grave
    Another site run by volunteers. While all of the facts that may be listed for individuals must be confirmed, the photos of some of the headstones are priceless. The photos are copyrighted. Remember to ask for permission to copy the photos unless you are just going to use them for your own personal use.
  • Civil War Soldiers and Sailors
    This FREE site run by the National Park Service contains information about men in both the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War. Separate databases for regimental histories, cemeteries, battles and more are listed and easily searchable.
  • Chronicling America
    This site run by the National Digital Newspaper Program, which is a partnership between the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities. This searchable database includes images of historic newspapers from all over the United States.
  • Geographic Names Information System (GNIS)
    This site provides information regarding specific geographic locations. You may find information regarding a county, state, GPS coordinates, and more for a variety of geographic features, including towns, counties, bridges, airports, streams, cemeteries, schools, parks and populated places.
  • Steve Morse (One-Step)
    While this site is FREE, some of the links are to subscription sites which are clearly identified. However, if you are looking for ancestors who entered the United States through Ellis Island, Castle Garden or numerous other ports, this may help you. In addition there are numerous additional sections on US, Canadian and British census, phonics, language translations and lots more.
  • Arizona Pioneer and Cemetery Research Project
    This is a FREE site run by volunteers. The first objective is to “research, document and identify pioneer cemetery/grave locations to protect and preserve them.” Check for cemeteries, possible pioneers and ways to help in the documentation of Arizona pioneers and cemeteries.
  • Hathi Trust Digital Library
    This site is in partnership with sixty research institutions and libraries throughout the world. They are “working to ensure that the cultural record is preserved and accessible long into the future.” You will find over 10 million volumes (over 5 ½ million titles) digitalized and many are searchable. The “Using the Digital Library” under the Help section will explain details about Limited (search-only) books. Use this along with Google books to locate volumes you may be interested in.
  • DAR Library
    You can now search online for revolutionary war ancestors and descendants who are listed in the DAR Library in Washington, D.C. Click on “Online Research” listed on the first page to help you navigate this site.
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