101 Best Sites: Show-Me Records and African-American Roots

101 Best Sites: Show-Me Records and African-American Roots

Here are this week's highlights from our 101 Best Web sites for researching your family history. As always, you can click right through to all the 101 picks from FamilyTreeMagazine.com.Missouri Digital Heritage Initiative: I was super-excited about this Web site when it debuted this spring, and I still...

Here are this week’s highlights from our 101 Best Web sites for researching your family history. As always, you can click right through to all the 101 picks from FamilyTreeMagazine.com.

  • Missouri Digital Heritage Initiative: I was super-excited about this Web site when it debuted this spring, and I still am. It’s a one-stop shop for digitized historical records, abstracts and indexes from the state archives and other repositories throughout Missouri. If a record you need isn’t digitized, go to the Local Records Inventory Database to find out where to write for county-level records.
  • AfriGeneas: We’ve named this African-American genealogy resource a top site several years over for its wealth of how-to tips and message boards, census records, slave data, an index of 50,168 surnames and a collection of 16,338 death records.

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