Search census records, family and local history books, and millions of genealogy articles and records
Newspapers & Magazines
Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, In: Genealogy
Second largest genealogical library in the U.S, after LDS Family History Library (see Family Search below for access to LDS information), with a searchable online catalog.
Popular genealogy index which features over 270,000 links, categorized and cross-referenced.
Search for ancestors who came to the U.S. as passengers on ships that landed at Ellis Island.
Access to LDS databases, research outlines, and the LDS Family History Library catalog of books and microfilm.
MeL: Genealogy Gateway
A resource guide to many genealogy websites, with a focus on Michigan records
MI Department of Education (Genealogy Research at the Library of Michigan and Archives of Michigan)
The Library of Michigan's Abrams Foundation Historical Collection has over 100,000 books, microforms and electronic resources, with an emphasis on the Great Lakes region and states east of the Mississippi River, including the Great Lakes, New England, Mid-Atlantic and Southern states, as well as the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
National Archives and Records Administration
Access to information maintained by the federal government, including census, military, naturalization, and ship passenger list records.
Host website for a large number of genealogy message boards and mailing lists.
South Adams Street Website
A Master's project for Eastern Michigan University's Historic Preservation Program in Ypsilanti, Michigan this website details families, buildings, events, religious and social organizations of the historic African American neighborhood of Adams Street from the period around 1900.
A popular directory for U.S genealogy with over 20,000 genealogy web sites, categorizing links by state within 27 categories.
Free genealogy websites for research in every U.S. county and state, provided by volunteers working together