These are the links that I have found to be the most helpful. Because I live in Arkansas, there will be several selected just for our state research.

The list is in alphabetical order.


 

Genealogy Questions

What happened to The 1890 Census?

What is an AHNENTAFEL?

Where can I get FREE GENEALOGY FORMS?

Do you need CENSUS ABSTRACT FORMS?

What is GEDCOM?

Do you need MEASURES, UNITS AND CONVERSIONS

What is NEHGS?
(New England Historic Genealogical Society)

What is PERMANENT PAPER?
Need more information on ACID-FREE PERMANENT PAPER?

What is a RELATIONSHIP CHART?

What is a SANBORN MAP?

How do I use a SCANNER?

What is SOUNDEX?

What is meant by TOWNSHIP and RANGE?

What are METES and BOUNDS?

 


Links

Abbreviations Used in Federal Census

Abbreviations Used in Soundex

The American West

Ancestors
This is the website for the popular PBS genealogy program.

Ancestry

Addresses for Arkansas County Courthouses

Arkansas USGenWeb Project-Archives

Click              to visit www.arkansas.com
Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism

Arkansas Family History Association
This is a new group formed by several famous Arkansas Genealogists. Be sure to visit here.

Arkansas Genealogical Society
There are lots of Arkansas links here.

Arkansas GenWeb Project

Arkansas History Commission

Arkansas Information

Arkansas Research

Arkansas Resources from Rootsweb

BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH
This is a complete genealogy how-to book that has been placed online.

Bibliofind
Find out of print books.

Books About Arkansas published by the University of Arkansas Press

Calendars and Holidays

Cemeteries Online by Steve Johnson

Census Online

Arkansas CENSUS ONLINE

Center For Life Stories Preservation
This is a commercial site, but there are many good ideas for preserving your family story.

Citing Electronic Sources

The Civil War in Arkansas
Arkansans, this site is a dream come true!!!

Cyndi's Genealogy Home Page Construction Kit

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites
ALWAYS go here first. This is the most complete list on the Internet.

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites-U.S.-Arkansas

American Heritage DICTIONARY of the English Language

Dictionary for Genealogy

Easy Index To States

Everton's Genealogical Helper ONLINE

Family Chronicle Magazine

Family Tree Maker Online
Be sure to check out their new online "beginning genealogy classes".

The Family Tree Online-Scottish Genealogy Galore
This includes the online version of the newsletter from the Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library

Family Tree Searcher
Enter your ancestor data just once to search for family trees at multiple web sites.

World Family Tree Submitter List
If you find a connection to your tree on WFT and you want to know who contributed it, check here for names and addresses.

Federal Land Records For Arkansas

GenConnect-RootsWeb Message Boards

"genealogy.com" by The Learning Company, Inc.

Genealogy Gateway

Genealogy Today
Surnames, Articles, Research Tips, Genealogy News, Free Newsletter. Lots of help here.


Genealogical Database Network

GenForum
This is a GREAT place to research Surnames.

Gengateway.com

GenPageFinder

Genealogy.com

Genealogy Portal.com

Genealogical Publishing Company

GENUKI-United Kingdom and Ireland Genealogy

Geography-Home Page

GOOGLE Search

Hargrett Library

Helm's Genealogy Toolbox

Heritage Quest

How To Obtain Birth, Death, Marriage and Divorce Records

Journals and Diaries
Tips on writing.

LDS Homepage

LDS Family Search Internet Genealogy Service

Legal Land Descriptions in the USA

Library of Congress

List of Arkansas Counties

Mailing Lists by ROOTS-L

Mailing Lists by John Fuller

MAPS of Arkansas Counties, 1819, 1836, 1850, present day

University of Georgia Rare Map Collection

K. B. Slocum's Books and Maps
Be sure to look here. It is a searchable site with lots of Arkansas maps available.

John Robertson's Genealogy and Maps

MapQuest

MAPS-1895 Atlas
This is a wonderful research tool. Pam Rietsch has worked many months to provide us with this information. Be sure to visit.

MAPS--USGS-Online Query Form

MAPS-U. S. Territorial Maps 1775-1920
Here you will find 14 beautiful, full-color maps that load fairly quickly.

Michael's Easy Index to the States

My History Is America's History
This is an online guidebook for writing your family history.

National Archives and Records Administration

National Genealogical Society

Native American Research

Newspapers in the U. S.

PeopleSpot
Links to almost anything you could need.

Relationship Chart

Research Forms
These are free forms from the ANCESTORS program.

Reunions Magazine

Richard Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

ROOTS-L

The Roots-L Library

Rootsweb

BEAUCOUP Search Engines-Over "700" Engines

Truly Searchable Genealogy Sites

Social Security Death Index

Social Security Search Information

Soundex Converter by Brad Mohr
This one lets you type in several SURNAMES at once and converts all of them into a table format for easy reading.

The Learning Center by Linda Haas Davenport

The Original Arkansas Genealogy

Revolution to Reconstruction
American history from colonial times to modern times.

The State of Arkansas Home Page

This And That Genealogy Tips by Shirley Hornbeck

Township and Range Graphical Display

Treasure Maps
Robert Ragan has a monthly newsletter that is FREE. He always has a lot of very interesting articles for genealogists.

The Turnbo Manuscripts
These papers are stories of the people of the Ozarks.

Turnbo's Tales of the Ozarks
On this page, Desmond Walls Allen has included an index for each book written by Silas Claborn Turnbo.

U. S. GenWeb Project

USIGS-United States Internet Genealogy Society

The Signal USIGS Online Newsletter

Vietnam Veterans Memorial-Arkansas
This is a list of all the Arkansans that we lost.

Where to Write for Vital Records-Arkansas

Where to Write for Vital Records-All States

World Connect Project-GEDCOMS by Rootsweb

Yates Publishing and The Computerized Ancestor

Zip Codes

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