The World’s Largest Library Catalog Find a
book near you.
National Archives page for Soldier research.
Sailors Database from the Nation Park Service
~ New search features using the new images of original records.
State Archives Digital Collections
Marriage Database 1958-2004
Indiana State Library
Census maps Interesting look at our population and more.
The 1940 Census will be released on Monday, April 2, 2012. For
more details visit, 1940 Census
at the Census Research for Genealogists web site
Biography Assistant helping
you write about a family member
Macavo a new search
engine for genealogy
Family Search Labs. ~
Labs showcases new family history technologies. You must sign in with a
username and password. After you have signed in click on the Family Search
Labs link at the bottom right, then look for Records Search. A new page
will open with search boxes.
Open Library Search and
read The. World's classic literature at your fingertips.
Did you miss our Walla
Classes, see links for each area of your genealogy needs
We walk you through 8 classes with clickable links to forms and sites you use
along the way
Sirius Genealogy 2.0
New Genealogy site showing the latest news.
Family History Store.....
Products for discovering, preserving & celebrating your heritage
Search Ohio County History
Books Find biographies on your Indiana families.
Atlas of Historical County
Maps and text covering the historical boundaries
Maps See how your state and county boundaries were
Census Online - IN
Maps Works ~Look
for county maps and atlases. Nice!
for a County Boundary Map
N 2 Genealogy has migration maps
Atlas.gov Google Earth.
Find where you live and your cousins too.
Cyndi's List Migration
Historic Marker Database (you can
Indiana Magazine of History
(complete archives through 2006)
Indiana Historian - Issue topics (download
issues on Indiana)
Hometown Locator & Indiana
Villages, Cities, Town and Post Offices
Genealogical Formation of the State
Early Ship records
Ellis Island Online - Search
Making of America - Making
of America (MOA) is a digital library of primary sources in
American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction.
The collection contains approximately 1,600 books and 50,000
journal articles with 19th century imprints.
- Unusual and little known facts on American history
Searchable death certificates
Dear Myrtle - This
is a wonderful site for genealogist. Ask Myrtle's advice, listen
to her radio program online and read her helpful columns.
The Genealogy Guys
listen to the latest talk show on genealogy. Just click on the little
player on the page.
Cameras and Genealogy
Great site for helping you with ideas
Indiana Historical Society
Society of Indiana
Indiana State Library
Allen County Public Library - Fort
Federation of Genealogical Societies
at the National Archives
US GenWeb Project
Family Bible Records Online
to find a Cemetery list
of Genealogy Libraries in the U.S
Miami Valley (OH) Genealogy
Index - This is an index of more than 550,000 records of some of the
persons that were early residents in Ohio's Miami Valley. This area
includes the counties of Auglaize, Butler, Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene,
Hamilton, Mercer, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Shelby and Warren.