Alaska Libraries, Archives and
Sample the multimedia offerings of
Alaska’s Digital Archives or explore the state’s newspapers
in an index of more than 200,000 articles. Click “Genealogy
Resources” and navigate to the Archives section for a probate index,
naturalization records and World War I records; the Library section serves up
resource guides for finding your Alaska kin.
New additions to this huge subscription site
($79.95 a year) from the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS)
include more volumes of The American Genealogist and a re-indexed, 92,000-name
New Haven families database. The more than 3,000 databases (including a few
free ones) on this website extend beyond New England proper, making the site
worth a look wherever your American ancestors hailed from.
and Archives Canada
Think of this site as one-stop, free shopping
for Canadian genealogy, where you can pick up censuses, vital, military, land
and immigration records. New databases here include border crossings, WWI
veterans’ death cards and War of 1812 records.
Databases cover Bay State birth, marriage and
death records (1841-1910) and 24 volumes of the Massachusetts Archives.
What’s new? Monthly updates to an in-progress index of passenger
arrivals through the port of Boston (1848-1891).
York State Archives
From old “lantern slides” to
a database of more than 360,000 New York soldiers in the Civil War, this site
helps you discover the Empire State’s past. Particularly nifty is the
step-by-step Probate Record Pathfinder.
Nova Scotia Historical
Search and view more than a million Nova Scotia
birth, marriage and death records, linked to images of the originals. You also
can order e-copies ($10.84) or paper copies ($21.74).
Programme de Recherche
en Démographie Historique
New indexes of all marriages up to 1911 and of
all baptisms and burials up to 1849 make this vital source for Quebec vital
records even better. Full results after your free search start at about $25 for
Family/Voici Ma Famille
More than 3 million Quebec marriage records
(1621-2004) are now part of this consolidated search engine, which covers
Canadian repositories nationwide.
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From the September 2013 Family Tree