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New England Historic Genealogy Society
"This portion of our web-site is designed to help the novice as well as the experienced researcher learn new or perhaps different methods of research. Many of the NEHGS staff lecture handouts will be posted as well as selected articles from NEXUS relating to research methodology. We hope you find them useful and timely."
Research at the National Archives
"The Genealogy Page Genealogists are the most numerous users of the Washington, DC research rooms, and 13 regional facilities of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). This area provides many of the finding aids, guides, and research tools that can prepare you for a visit to one of our facilities or for requesting records from NARA"
of Primary Sources
From the University of Idaho Library, Special Collection
A listing of over 3800 websites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for the research scholar.
"The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press is pleased to make this comprehensive guide to open records and meetings laws available to you at no cost. We hope you will find it useful and consider buying a copy (or just contributing directly) to help underwrite our efforts and enable us to keep producing publications that help journalists overcome the daily legal hurdles they encounter."
Check for your surnames on this colorful site. Here is the Moody Coat of Arms....
Local History Network
"A central point of entry to independent web sites with historical or genealogical content." Organized by state with the opportunity to adopt, if available.
Many of my Moody ancestors lived in this county in the 18th Century, and some descendants still do. You will find the Moody name in South Hadley, Mt. Holyoke, and many other histories of life in Massachusetts. As a matter of fact, one of my Moody ancestors owned land on Mt. Holyoke.
York State Newspaper Project
"The New York State Newspaper Project identifies, describes, preserves, and makes available to researchers the significant newspapers in all communities in New York State since the first publication in 1725"
Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Thesaurus, World Atlas, World News, Animal Encyclopedia, and Media Gallery... a valuable resource for your desktop
List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
Well-known and well-used for Internet research, this site is always a great place to start your journey. But be sure and backflip this one for a return visit, because she constantly updates her research resources.
"A valuable tutorial on the ins and outs of the net. Includes the history of the Internet, email info, Listserv, search engines, and great links."
Passenger Lists, all about the Mayflower, passenger wills, full texts of Pilgrim writings, Mayflower "Lists", genealogy research, social resources, Mayflower museums and Lineage Societies... a very fascinating site where the author generously shares many years of research on the early New England settlers.
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