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  1. The Arizona Council of Professional Genealogists (AzCPG) was created to fill a need in our community to have a forum where we can communicate with each other and exchange ideas. The organization is for genealogists, family historians, teachers, writers, indexers, archivists, librarians, lecturers, computer specialists, geneticists, newsletter editors, and all others working in the fields of family history. http://azcpg.weebly.com/
  2. Very nice and informative area of the FamilySearch website. Specifically devoted to Arizona records and availability of those records on line. https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Arizona_Birth,_Marriage_and_Death_Records
  3. This is an area devoted to help history and genealogy researchers. Books and indexes to immigration and naturalization records; Published material for all the states, e.g., vital records, court records, wills and probates, and county histories Published material for some foreign countries Genealogical periodicals for various states Complete runs of the scholarly genealogical periodicals: New England Historical and Genealogical Register and The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (beginning in 1847 and 1870 respectively) http://www.azlibrary.gov/sla/genealogy-and-family-history Arizona State Archives 602-926-3720 Email Arizona Archival Collection Arizona Books and Publication Collection Genealogy and Family History Collection Photographs Maps Newspapers Records Management 602-926-3815 Email
  4. I am not sure about the region they specialize in, but they seem an active group and doing good research. The Northwest Iowa Genealogical Society meets on the third Saturday of the month at 1:30 p.m. at the Le Mars Public Library. Visitors are always welcome. http://northwestiowagenealogy.webstarts.com/index.html
  5. To create and foster an interest in genealogy · To preserve genealogical and historical data · To aid individual members in compiling family genealogies · To establish and maintain a genealogical library · To furnish the Iowa Genealogical Society information for publication · To cooperate with a group or individual interested in furthering genealogical research · The Society shall operate as a non-profit organization http://ncigs.org/ Counties they focus upon. Cerro Gordo Butler Floyd · Franklin Hancock Mitchell · Winnebago Worth Wright
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    Iowa State Library

    While they do not have a focus on Genealogy data specifically, they do have a robust information system, that might be helpful from a historical perspective. http://www.statelibraryofiowa.org/services/services/genealogy
  7. If you have information about South Dakota counties please let us know. We would enjoy having knowledgeable people with an interest in South Dakota join our team.
  8. The Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the largest genealogical library in the world with copies of millions of original records including the names of more than two billion deceased people. People come from literally all over the world to search the library's records and find information about their heritage. The library has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Salt Lake City. The library was founded in 1894 to gather genealogical records and assist members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with their family history and genealogical research. It is now open to the public at no charge. The current Family History Library building was dedicated on October 23, 1985 and contains 142,000 square feet on five floors. The library's public collection includes over 2.2 million rolls of microfilmed genealogical records; 742,000 microfiche; 300,000 books, serials, and other formats; and 4,500 periodicals. These records are meticulously preserved in an environment of controlled humidity, temperature, and lighting. http://www.utah.com/mormon/family_history.htm
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    Utah Pioneer Library

    Pioneer Databases This database provides access to quality resources that you won't find free on the Internet. http://pioneer.utah.gov/research/guides/genealogy.html
  10. The Utah Genealogical Association provides genealogical information, sources and education through personal instruction and published media on state, national and international family history topics, while promoting high standards and ethical practices. http://www.infouga.org/ The Utah Genealogical Association was formally organized on September 25, 1971, and chartered on December 1, 1971, by the State of Utah as a nonprofit educational organization. The Association's interests are worldwide while still providing specific materials of interest relating to Utah. It is not affiliated with any religious or political organization. The Association is governed by an Executive Committee comprised of the President, 1st Vice-President, and 2nd Vice-President plus a Board of Governors. Members of the Board are elected by the general membership of the Association and serve for a period of three years. In addition, dozens of volunteers serve on various committees, staff booths at conferences, and work behind the scenes to assure the membership a vibrant, collegial, and enjoyable Association. The Association publishes Crossroads, a quarterly journal of general interest in the field of genealogy and family history. The journal is sent to the general membership of the Association and is also available to the membership in an electronic edition on this website.
  11. The county table is now ready. If anyone wishes to become a county Mentor and wishes to provide data pertinent to a Utah county, please let us know.
  12. Seems to be a very well maintained website that is full of valuable information. Seems like something worth a visit. http://www.wvcivilwar.com/winter-raids-symposium-to-be-held-in-beverly/
  13. The Office of the State Historian is a division of the Commission of Public Records, State Records Center and Archives. Mission The mission of the Office of the State Historian is to foster and facilitate an appreciation and understanding of New Mexico history and culture through education, research, preservation, and community outreach. http://newmexicohistory.org/genealogy
  14. 1. Encouraging and nurturing the interests of its members in the pursuit of their Hispanic ancestors and history by providing a common ground wherein they can come together to share their genealogical knowledge and research. 2. Instructing others in the methods of Hispanic genealogical research and to provide an awareness of Hispanic tradition, culture and history. 3. Facilitating the expansion and development of the opportunities for Hispanic genealogical and historical research for its members, other interested individuals, and those organizations having like interests. 4. Promoting the utilization of genealogical collections, Church and government records, and other materials to ensure the correctness and the proper documentation of all research. 5. Developing and promoting liaison with the Hispanic community, other genealogical societies and organizations having like interests. 6. Providing and maintaining a genealogy database of the Hispanic ancestors of New Mexico and their descendants. (Known as the Great New Mexico Pedigree Database.) http://www.hgrc-nm.org/
  15. The purpose of NMGS is to promote, develop, and encourage genealogical research, to preserve and perpetuate the records of ancestry and public records, and to make genealogical and historical information available to all through publications, meetings, and workshops. NMGS Memberships in the Society provide the funds for publishing the New Mexico Genealogist, for the NMGS web site, for genealogy speakers, and for workshops. Memberships, individual contributions, and profits from the sale of our books and CDs also help us support our local genealogy library, the Special Collections branch of the Rio Grande Valley Library System. We help fund purchases of research materials including books, CDs, microforms, and computer hardware and software. http://www.nmgs.org/index.php
  16. The Genealogy Collection has developed over time to become one of the largest collections of family history information in the Midwest. The collection includes 40,000 printed items (family histories, indexes to records, how-to books, cemetery transcriptions, family history magazines, and more) as well as microfilmed federal census records, Indiana county records, passenger lists, and military pension information. The collection includes hundreds of CDs with family history information. The emphasis of the collection is on Indiana and bordering states, as well as eastern and southern states. http://www.in.gov/library/genealogy.htm
  17. Ellen Jones. send more peanuts

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      Ronald

      Ohio Pages Updated
  18. Changed my photo to show my origin. Angel that I am.

  19. Changed my photo to show the my origin. Angel that I am.

  20. Trying the new Facebook integration App I installed today. Hope it works the way I expect.

  21. Free at last! Just trying to do what we want with our own independent website. I love being able to develop and create website features and displays.

  22. Added some new pictures and modified the forum a bit. Hope the order makes sense and is easy to use

  23. Another fun weekend searching Pennsylvania Church records

  24. I am glad we are getting the site rolling today.

  25. Testing updates

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