Last Updated: Apr 4, 2014
GOV DOC LC 30.27:G 28
Genealogies Cataloged by the Library of Congress since 1986
(This is a print resource in our Government Documents collection).
Where should I start?
These resources can help you start your genealogical research. Be sure to ask their staff for help.
- American Memory Project
"A digital library of historic maps, photos, documents, audio and video" from the Library of Congress
- Arizona Archives Online
Describes the archival and special collections of Northern Arizona University, Arizona State University, the University of Arizona, & the Arizona State Museum.
- Arizona Memory Project
"Primary sources in Arizona libraries, archives, museums and other cultural institutions ... that chronicle Arizona's past and present."
- Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers
"View newspaper pages from 1880-1922 and find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present"
- Democracy Starts Here--National Archives Video
Informative & inspirational video about what America's records could mean to you.
- Genealogy Resources from the National Archives
Links to records from many government agencies, useful to genealogical researchers.
- Library of Congress Local History & Genealogy Reading Room
Guides, bibliographies, indexes to digital collections, American Memory & more
- National Archives & Records Administration
"The nation's record keeper." See link to Genealogy & Family History Resources.
- National Archives--Pacific Region Office
23123 Cajalco Road
Perris, CA 92570-7298
Fax: (951) 956-2049
- Resources for Family Folklife and History
From the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress
- Veterans History Project
Multimedia collection of historical materials & personal histories of veterans, from the Library of Congress' American Folklife Center. Add your story!
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