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Links to helpful Internet resources
to help with your genealogy research.
The new tool below is from tinyurl.com - try it and we think you'll be very surprised by what it can do!
Click on the World Catalog icon above to go to their web page
to search for books you can't find in our collection.
Convenient chart for figuring relationships.
Click above to find FREE forms of all kinds for genealogy.
Do you want to stop SPAM?
Click above to see how.
CAUCE, The Coalition
Against Unsolicited Commercial Email
Click above for an EDs Finder for 1930 Census Records, Language Translators, 10,000 year
Calendar, Genealogical Abbreviations and Acronyms, Naming Pattern explanation
plus a Dollar Conversion Calculator for your use.
This is RootsWeb's Soundex Converter.
We have it here for your convenience.
The various links on the CCGS website are here for your
convenience. CCGS is not responsible for the authenticity of information posted on any of these other sites.
Is it a hoax or a real virus bug? Several links here to help you decide!
There are several links here that are quick to use. Check out that e-mail alert instead of sending it on. Also, a Repair Center for information if your computer is infected with a virus. Another link will show you web sites which provide misleading or inaccurate genealogical information.
To reach some Washington state sites click here.
Listed here are links to various genealogical societies and other important sites in Washington state.
Oregon State Genealogical Societies and other Oregon links.
We will list Oregon sites here when notified of them.
Canadian Resources & Links
Lots of Canadian resources, if you are researching ancestors in our neighboring country.
Deciphering old handwriting
Several links here for deciphering handwriting from around the world.
Eastern European Research Sites
How to preserve YOUR story!
101 free genealogical links!
Check this site to see what you can use for free on the web!
Public Libraries on line!
Links to northwest libraries and to a large website which has libraries from all over the U.S.
To reach newspapers around the world plus our own Northwest newspapers, click here.
You can reach the Columbian and Oregonian here.
For research aids, click here.
Click on the underlined title above to reach any of these sites:
1790 U.S. Census
Access Genealogy web site
Ancestors at Rest
Babel Fish - Language Translator
Birth, Marriage, Death records in Great Britain
BLM & GLO Records
Bobbie's Genealogy Classroom
BYU Online Collection
Cemetery Transcription Library
Ellis Island Records
E-mail exchange lists
Exchange lists on Yahoo
Family Search - the LDS site
Fed. of East European Family History Societies
Genealogy Help Network
General Register Office - United Kingdom
GENUKI - U.K. & Ireland
Internet Jump Station
Native American Genealogy links
One-step Portal for Online Genealogical Research
People Finder Now
Phone Numbers! (Canada & US)
Ship Passenger Lists
State Genealogical Sites
USGS Geographical Names Information
US Vital Record Information
US Postal Service
Wisconsin Name Index
World War links
Social Security Death Index
Vital statistics on line
Records included here are birth, death, marriage, cemetery and WWI draft records.
Visit web sites by our CCGS members.
Enter here to visit the web sites by our members. Some are commercial, some are families. Enjoy.
Click here to see listing of various national genealogical sites for the U.S.
You can reach the Federation of Genealogical Societies, The National Genealogical Society and some other good ones through these links.
You can reach several commercial genealogical sites by clicking here.
You will find Compuserve, Family Tree Maker, Everton's Genealogical Helper and other commercial sites here.
This Irish Townland Data Base is searchable.
Spectrum Virtual University
A perfect way to learn more about various subjects including genealogy and cruising the web! Click on the icon to sign up for some inexpensive classes!
Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center
The Swenson Center, located at Augustana College, is a national archives and research institute providing resources for the study of Swedish immigration to North America.
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Last modified on Sunday, December 18, 2011