Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Someday, tape of deceased may be running on a headstone

Someday, tape of deceased may be running on a headstone

'Witching' ways to unmarked graves - News 11/01/04: "'Witching' ways to unmarked graves "

Old U.S. newspapers to pop up online

WASHINGTON: "The government promises anyone with a computer will have access within a few years to millions of pages from old newspapers, a slice of American history to be viewed now only by visiting local libraries, newspaper offices or the nation's capital.
The first of what's expected to be 30 million digitized pages from papers published from 1836 through 1922 will be available in 2006."

Fletcher & Boeselt Hand-Drawn Historical Maps

Fletcher & Boeselt Hand-Drawn Historical Maps: "Accurate Hand-Drawn Historical Maps of the United States"



New England Historic Genealogical Society(NEHGS) - New England Ancestors

NEHGS: "Learn more about the details on free non-member access to the Register database over the Thanksgiving weekend!"

Liverpool - Arts Centre

Liverpool: "The 90m archives currently held in Liverpool's record office will be digitised to form the world's first on-line centre for tracing family history. Birth certificates, parish records and details of people who emigrated from the city will be available on the internet by 2007."

The Rich and Famous in the United States Census

The Rich and Famous in the United States Census: "Over 300 census enumerations for well-known Americans--many before they were famous. All images on this site can be viewed at no charge. Take a look to find your favorite famous person."

Everton Genealogical Helper

Back in Print with an Online Genealogy Collection