Friday, November 22, 2019
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
The Arolsen Archives has made available online information on persons persecuted by the Nazis in World War II Europe. The database includes 850,000 documents with information on 10 million names of both survivors and those that were killed. Source: ResearchBuzz
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
The Library of Congress has uploaded 1.7 million images from its Telephone Directory Collection. The images come from 14 states, the city of Chicago, and Washington D.C. The collection is not currently searchable by name or address, and years appear to range from the 30's to the 70's. Get more information and a link to the collection here. Source: ResearchBuzz
The Statue of Library- Ellis Island Foundation is a good place to start your immigration research. The link is here .
Buncombe County (NC) has added 50,000 names to its Slave Deeds database. To read about it and find links to the database, click here. ...
Sometimes information about our ancestors can come from places where we'd rather not find it, such as arrest and prison records. This ...