Research

Links for Ancestory and Confederate Research

Federal Sites

National Park Service


Guide to the Federal Census National


Library of Congress Home Page


U.S. National Archives and Records

General Genealogy

Ancestry.com


ROOTS Location List Name Finder


ROOTS Surname List Name Finder


Soundex Converter


Roots Web Genealogical Data Cooperative


Social Security Death Index, SSDI (Ancestry/InfoBase)


US Genres Project

Latter Day Saints

Ancestry Hometown


Brigham Young University Libraries


Confederate and Federal Congressional Records

Library of Congress includes: Journal of the Provisional Congress, the Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention, and the Journals of the Congresses.

Rice University’s task of publishing the papers of President Davis. The site also has information on President Davis’s family and images

Cornell University brings you the most important reference on the military aspects of the War for Southern Independence.

Cornell University brings you the most important reference on the naval aspects of the War for Southern Independence.

Library of Congress: laws passed from 1st Congress, 1st Session through the 42nd Congress

Library of Congress: Congressional debates from 1st Congress, 1st Session through the 18th Congress, 1st session.

Library of Congress: Congressional debates from 18th Congress, 2nd Session through the 25th Congress, 2nd session

Library of Congress: Congressional debates from 23rd Congress, 1st Session through the 42nd Congress, 3rd session.

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