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Interactive Online Genealogy Database, connections to living relatives with the "Cousins Across the Ocean" project, histories, photos, documents, reports, emigration, and more. A dedicated staff of multi-lingual Icelandic genealogists to help you discover your ancestors, your cousins, and your family story.
[Located in Category: Heritage and lineage societies]
History, Travel, Research tips, Translation Services, Icelandic Links for history and genealogy. This website is about ”everything Icelandic.” Welcome to Icelandic Roots! We are here to help you find your Icelandic Story. We can help you find your ancestors, your living cousins, your story in our other online site at www.IcelandAncestry.com.
[Located in Category: Heritage and lineage societies]
Find millions of memorials created by volunteers.
[Located in Category: Cemetery research]
Similar to Find A Grave but with GPS locations
[Located in Category: Cemetery research]
Covers Birth Records from 1900 to 1934. Take the Cert ID to the MN History Center Library to view and obtain copies of the actual certificates. Minnesota Birth Records from 1935 to 2002 can be found at Ancestry.com. Death Certificates from 1908 to 2001. Take the Cert ID to the MN History Center Library to view and obtain copies of the actual certificates. You may order copies of any of these records online.
[Located in Category: Best Minnesota links]
Also known as MOMS. Locate Minnesota marriages from pre-1900 to nearly present. This index does not contain ALL marriages from all counties, but you could find the marriage record for your ancestor.
[Located in Category: Best Minnesota links]
Look up your ancestors in all U.S. national cemeteries or narrow it down to Fort Snelling.
[Located in Category: Cemetery research]
Online, searchable databases containing genealogical information about people who lived primarily in southeastern Minnesota, including Carver, Dakota, Dodge, Goodhue, Hennepin, McLeod, Olmsted, Rice, Scott, Steele, and Waseca counties.
[Located in Category: Best Minnesota links]
"The Internet's most comprehensive source of U.S. political biography."
[Located in Category: Cemetery research]
Searchable directory of U.S. cemeteries by state. Some links to transcriptions and obituaries.
[Located in Category: Cemetery research]
Free online library of cemetery records from thousands of cemeteries across the world.
[Located in Category: Cemetery research]
Minnesota map images from 1895 Rand McNally Atlas of the World.
[Located in Category: Geography and maps]
Genealogy Department of the Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Library catalog, databases including resources for Indiana and other states, African American gateway, and native American gateway.
[Located in Category: General genealogy websites]
Swedish arts and cultural center and museum. Wallenberg Library and Archives holds books, photographs, manuscripts, audio recordings, and other materials in English and Swedish covering immigration, traditions, arts, history, literature, music, food, and other topics.
[Located in Category: Twin Cities research resources]
Large collection of original records, indexes, and family trees. Learning Center has videos and articles as well as digitized versions of Ancestry's Red Book and The Source. Use Ancestry Library Edition in the MGS library.
[Located in Category: General genealogy websites]
Contact the archives for information on Catholic sacramental records and record requests. On-site research is not permitted.
[Located in Category: Twin Cities research resources]
Project hosted by the Newberry Library. Documents county boundary changes in all 50 U.S. states. Interactive maps, boundary animations, and downloadable shapefiles.
[Located in Category: Geography and maps]
Database of immigration records from America's first immigration center, located within The Battery in New York City. Includes records for immigrants entering the U.S. through New York from 1855 to 1890.
[Located in Category: Online records and indexes]
Database hosted by the National Park Service containing information about men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War. Also contains histories of Union and Confederate regiments, links to descriptions of significant battles, and selected lists of prisoner-of-war records and cemetery records.
[Located in Category: Online records and indexes]
The card catalogs of several Minnesota Colleges
[Located in Category: Minnesota library links]
The Germanic Genealogy Society's holdings are here. Also housed on campus are the archives of the Minnesota South District of the Lutheran Church/Missouri Synod.
[Located in Category: Twin Cities research resources]
Minnesota Department of Health links to county registrars for birth and death records.
[Located in Category: Best Minnesota links]
Quickly find any county office in any state.
[Located in Category: Online records and indexes]
Minnesota genealogy queries.
[Located in Category: Best Minnesota links]
Comprehensive, categorized, cross-referenced collection of over 300,000 links to online genealogical resources.
[Located in Category: General genealogy websites]
Genealogical society specializing in Dakota County.
[Located in Category: Twin Cities research resources]
Website of EllisIsland.org. Search Port of New York records for immigrants processed through the Ellis Island Immigration Station, and learn about the immigrant experience.
[Located in Category: Online records and indexes]
Read about the history of Ellis Island and the process of becoming a US Citizen.
[Located in Category: Online records and indexes]
Provides in-depth information about more than 46,000 communities around the country. Their listings also include geocoded information about thousands of parks, museums, historic sites, colleges, schools and other places across America.
[Located in Category: Geography and maps]
Search for Family History Centers maintained by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.Order microfilm from the Family History Library and use the large selection of online genealogy databases available at the FHCs.
[Located in Category: Greater Minnesota resources]
Large genealogical website--huge collection of historical records including index and images of all U.S. and many state and foreign censuses, vital records, passenger lists, land and probate records. Catalog of Family History Library. Links to digitized books. Learning resources including videos and online classes. FamilySearch wiki.
[Located in Category: General genealogy websites]
Have you wondered where your software ranks in the reviews? Are you thinking of changing? This link will take you to Top Ten Reviews where you might find help deciding which is best for you.
[Located in Category: Other resources]
Live access to federal land conveyance records for public land states, including images of federal land patents, survey plats, and field notes.
[Located in Category: Online records and indexes]
Message boards at Genealogy.com. Follow the link to the Minnesota section.
[Located in Category: Best Minnesota links]
Information on German-Bohemian Heritage Society research assistance, meetings, tours, and publications.
[Located in Category: Heritage and lineage societies]
Records of Swedish/American Lutheran Churches, Swedish biographical index, congregational histories, newspapers.
[Located in Category: Greater Minnesota resources]
Locations throughout Hennepin County. Genealogy Subject Guide, access to online databases including HeritageQuest, ArchiveGrid, and more. City directories, genealogy collection, Minneapolis Room.
[Located in Category: Twin Cities research resources]
Museum, library, and collections include photographs, county and local historical materials, clippings, files, published local reminiscences, Minneapolis city directories, maps, business records, etc.
[Located in Category: Twin Cities research resources]
is an independent, non-profit commission developed for the purpose of creating, initiating and conducting programs and projects which aid in the preservation or restoration of the cultural heritage of the Upper Midwest region.
[Located in Category: Heritage and lineage societies]
Located at the University of Minnesota, Promotes interdisciplinary research on migration, race, and ethnicity in the U.S. and the world. Collections document immigrant and refugee experience, especially in the U.S. Collections include ethnic newspapers; papers from fraternal organizations, private individuals, and religious organizations; and oral history.
[Located in Category: Twin Cities research resources]
[Located in Category: State Genealogical Societies]
Genealogy database including indexes to Minnesota naturalization records, 1918 alien registration records, cemetery records, Chippewa census, and more.
[Located in Category: Greater Minnesota resources]
Minneapolis and St. Paul City Directories, James Jerome Hill papers, railroad history. This is a privately supported business and economics library which is open to the public.
[Located in Category: Twin Cities research resources]
One of the premier map libraries in the U.S. Collections include maps, books and atlases, gazetteers and place name guides, aerial photography and maps, and periodicals.
[Located in Category: Twin Cities research resources]
General historical and reference, collection of Midwestern census films, rare book room and archives with papers of Rev. Edward Duffield Neill who was involved in writing regional histories of Minnesota.
[Located in Category: Twin Cities research resources]
Genealogy records guide to online Minnesota death records and indexes. Includes links to cemetery and obituary collections.
[Located in Category: Best Minnesota links]
Maps based on data from the 1990 census showing estimates of the number of people of a certain ancestry living in Minnesota counties and townships and in each United States county.
[Located in Category: Geography and maps]
Source for Minnesota birth, death, marriage, and divorce records.
[Located in Category: Best Minnesota links]
Downloadable regional and state maps.
[Located in Category: Geography and maps]
Downloadable Minnesota maps included in USGenWeb's United States Digital Map Library.
[Located in Category: Geography and maps]