- Why You Should Contribute
- What and How You Can Contribute
- Contacting the NE Archives Coordinators

- Search the Nebraska Archives

State Files
Files of state-wide interest or that pertain to two or more Nebraska counties.
 
Cemetery Links
Tombstone Transcription Project - Links to Nebraska cemetery text and html files.
Note: If looking for burials always check here and the county link below!
Map Links
Links to the Nebraska page of the Map Project.
If you want to volunteer, this page needs a permanent coordinator.


County Files

Adams
Antelope
Arthur
Banner
Blaine
Boone
Box Butte
Boyd
Brown
Buffalo
Burt
Butler
Cass
Cedar
Chase
Cherry
Cheyenne
Clay
Colfax
Cuming
Custer
Dakota
Dawes
Dawson
Deuel
Dixon
Dodge
Douglas
Dundy
Fillmore
Franklin
Frontier
Furnas
Gage
Garden
Garfield
Gosper
Grant
Greeley
Hall
Hamilton
Harlan
Hayes
Hitchcock
Holt
Hooker
Howard
Jefferson
Johnson
Kearney
Keith
Keya Paha
Kimball
Knox
Lancaster
Lincoln
Logan
Loup
Madison
McPherson
Merrick
Morrill
Nance
Nemaha
Nuckolls
Otoe
Pawnee
Perkins
Phelps
Pierce
Platte
Polk
Red Willow
Richardson
Rock
Saline
Sarpy
Saunders
Scotts Bluff
Seward
Sheridan
Sherman
Sioux
Stanton
Thayer
Thomas
Thurston
Valley
Washington
Wayne
Webster
Wheeler
York
Non-County

Why You Should Contribute to the
USGenWeb Nebraska Archives

By donating files to these Archives, you will be helping a movement aimed at providing free, publicly accessible, primary information on the Internet. The text format of Archive files ensures the easiest access to the largest number of people. In addition, the USGenWeb Archives search engine can search all of a state's files simultaneously. This increases both the accessibility and utility of Archive files. While we can't gaurentee against all possibilites, steps are taken to safeguard contributed files and to give them a permanent home at the USGenWeb Archives.

What and How You Can Contribute to the
USGenWeb Nebraska Archives

The Archives will gladly accept any non-copyrighted primary (e.g. from an original source) material. This can include transcriptions of marriage records, deeds, wills, gravestones, etc. We also accept transcriptions of previously published works on which the copyright has expired. Of course, it is always wonderful when someone can contribute a large file pertaining to numerous individuals. However, a submission of a single record, like a will or a deed, is welcome.
If you would like to contribute, please read the USGenWeb Archives
submission guidelines. Then, contact us. Part of our job as Archives Coordinators is to answer questions and offer help in order to make submitting files as easy and successful as possible.

Contacting the Nebraska Archives Coordinators

There are limitations to the types of assistence an Archives Coordinator can offer. We CAN NOT help with research or queries. Please visit the NebraskaGenWeb for that type of assistence. We CAN answer questions about the appropriateness of data for submission, how to prepare and submit data, and the rules and guidelines governing the Archives. We WILL also welcome your general comments and suggestions.

When contacting us, please put "NE ARCHIVES" in the subject line.
Chris Christensen, Nebraska Archives Coordinator


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