Cyndi's List is one of the largest sites out there.
Gendex is a free site to search and see if others
have your family in their research.
The U.S. Genweb
This is the US Genweb site. There
is lots of information available here.
This is the Rootsweb site. This site
has tons of information!
Genforum is a great site to make contact
with living descendants.
This is the LDS site that has loads of information.
You can search the library catalog to see what is
available to rent at your local FHC library, and you
can search the IGI and lots of other goodies.
IxQuick Search Engine
IxQuickseek is a good, but lesser known search engine.
Dogpile Search Engine
Dogpile is another great search engine.
Here is a list of others that might live near or have
access to things that might help you with your research.
This is a neat site to see a timeline of the happenings in your ancestors life. Although there is a predominant US flavor to the site they are adding things all the time and there are international dates and information there as well.
BLM Land Records
Here you can look at land patents for many of the
states, and even print copies of the original land
1895 Maps, and More
There are lots of links here to historic maps, and
there are times you can't find that town your ancestors
lived in - well, check here to see if it's listed.
The Library of Congress
You can access the Library of Congress' catalog here,
and there is tons of stuff on the site.
This is a great site to find phone numbers and addresses
or living relatives.
There is some great free stuff here, though it is
a fee site for much of the information.
Family Tree Maker
Family Tree Maker is one of the sites where you can
see what information may be already on a CD, that you
Lookd here to convert those "funny" old dates.
Babelfish is an on-line free translator. Yup, I know it's not
a perfect way to do things, but when all else fails....
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