I will place new websites here, before moving them to their specific page.
 
Simply Click the underlined link.
 

I was recently informed of an awesome website for beginners at https://hobbyhelp.com/genealogy/ It's a "BEGINNER'S GUIDE" and is very thorough, I'm sure you will find it very helpful.  Thank you Rachel for sharing your expertise with WGO and our visitors.

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Debbie also suggested an awesome site with so much information you have to check it out yourself as there is way to much for me to list, so have at it and have fun.     http://backgroundchecks.org/public-records/the-genealogy-resource-guide

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http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/top-10-free-genealogy-websites-to-find-ancestors/
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Library of Congress – www.loc.gov
Chronicling America – http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/
A very good website with a variety of historical resources worth discovering.  The Chronicling America site is sponsored jointly by the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities and contains information about American newspapers published between 1690 to the present

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Google (Google Earth) – www.google.com/earth
An amazing way to tour the world from the comfort of your easy chair!  Simply type in an address and watch the world come to you through your computer screen.  Some limitations based upon whether or not Google has recorded travel through an area.

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Genealogy Gems – www.lisalouisecooke.com
Genealogy newsletter featuring helpful information – you can also subscribe to a free podcast usually delivered weekly.  Upgrades are available for a reasonable fee.

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Dead Fred – www.deadfred.com
A searchable database which contains thousands of identified and mystery photographs.  A good site to share any of your unidentified photos.  If you identify a photo of a direct ancestor that is owned by the database, you will receive it free of charge.

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Allen County Public Library – www.genealogycenter.org
One of the largest genealogical collections east of the Mississippi – features searchable on-line databases.

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101 Free websites for 2015 from the Family Tree Magazine
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FamilySearch.org
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Billiongraves.com
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Findagrave.com
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Cyndislist.com
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freegenealogywebsite.com (enter surname)
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NEHGS Newsletter
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for free webinars go to American Ancestors online learning center.
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10 Steps for Finding Your Tree Online
http://genealogy.about.com/od/basics/a/internet.htm

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Surname Meanings & Origins
Where Des Yur Last name Come From?

http://genealogy.about.com/od/surname_meaning/a/surname-meanings.htm
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Ancestor Hunt has several Black History links at
http://www.ancestorhunt.com/black_history_month.htm 
as well as several other links to various websites.

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Newspapers from Michigan can be found here.
http://www.theancestorhunt.com/blog/michigan-online-historical-newspapers-summary#.VWpOQM9Viko

There is also a "Newspapers!" tab across the top with a drop down menu that will direct you to other state's newspapers.
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Those should keep you busy for a "couple minutes"  Those  "minutes"  may soon turn into hours.  :)

 

 
















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