Genealogy

Local Resources

Ann Arrundell County Historical Society

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A website with a calendar of events and links to county history resources. The Ann Arrundell County Historical Society was founded in 1962 by nine members of the local community dedicated to preserving and promoting the County’s historical resources.

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Anne Arundel County Genealogical Society

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The Anne Arundel Genealogical Society can help you discover more about your family history. Find out about how to visit their research center and attend their special events.

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Maryland Center for History & Culture

MD Center for History & Culture

Formerly Maryland Historical Society. Site describes the facility in Baltimore and its services. Links to other historical and genealogical societies.

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More Genealogy Resources

African American Funerals Program

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The African American Funeral Programs Collection consists of more than 1800 funeral service programs dating from the 1960s to the present collected by the African American Department of the Enoch Pratt Free Library.

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AfriGeneas

AfriGeneas African Ancestored Genealogy

A great starting place for African-American genealogy provided by Mississippi State University. Includes links to specific Internet sites, numerous records, and has a searchable surname index.

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Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society

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Organization dedicated to the study and research of African American history and genealogy.

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Ancestry Library Edition

Ancestry.com logo with green leaves.

Census information from the U.S. and other countries, along with other resources such as birth, marriage and death notices. Remote access is available through December 31.

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Archives Unbound (Gale Primary Sources)

Gale Primary Sources Archives Unbound

Find primary source documents and personal narratives in Gale Archives Unbound.
 

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Black Life in America

Black Life in America logo with young Black Lives Matter protestors.

The experience and impact of African Americans as recorded by the news media.

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Castle Garden

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Searchable database by the Battery Conservancy of 10 million immigrants who arrived between 1830 and 1892 at Castle Garden, New York City's first immigration center.

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Cyndi's List

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A comprehensive index to genealogy-related websites on the Internet.

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Daughters of the American Revolution Library

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Home page of the Daughters of the American Revolution Library with access to their online catalog of genealogical material.

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