Just discovered is this gem of a website dedicated to sharing the history of Civil War Contraband Camps. Most Americans have never …
Family History Books from the Family History Library (Salt Lake City, Utah), the Allen County Public Library (Ft. Wayne, Indiana), the Houston Public Library – Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research (Houston, Texas), and the Mid-Continent Public Library – Midwest Genealogy Center (Independence, Missouri), among others, are being digitized and made available online for FREE! More details inside!
The Incorporation Records for the Oklahoma and Indian Territories have been digitized in a joint project with the Oklahoma Historical Society and the Oklahoma Secretary of State’s Office. Some examples of the entries found in the ledgers include: Agreement & Incorporation, Incorporation Amendment, Appointment of Agent, Dissolution, as well as lease and mortgage transactions. They include records for the Indian Territory.
The Know Your Records lectures are a series put together by the National Archives to educate genealogists about their holdings. Read more about how video from these lectures is now available online, for FREE!