Genealogy Resources

Indiana Digital Archive–information on Indiana ancestors

Indiana Genealogy Index-organizes and consolidates freely-available genealogical information into one central space. This will provide options that are more likely to add real-value and time-savings when carrying out birth, death, cemetery, and obituary record research in Indiana.

Local History and Genealogy Research-portal to resources related to BASIC genealogy and family history research

Ancestor Roots Information: OneSource Genealogy and Family History-searchable databases for a thorough examination, evaluation and careful validation of your data from primary source records and online studies

Schools-Colleges-Universities: Alumni and Genealogy Education-information gathered and presented from top global university and education systems

Alphabetical Index: A to Z-indexed information

Academic-Genealogy-global resource information from the highest ranked universities, and general education databases, libraries and record depositories

Genealogy Resources by Veritas Prep-includes research process and more sources of information.

One of the greatest genealogy resources available today is the huge collection of digitized genealogy and family history publications from the archive of some of the most important family history libraries in the world.  Not only are the books and other publications available free of charge, you don’t even have to pay for gas to visit these libraries!

Google Books

Allen County Public Library

Brigham Young University Harold B. Lee Library

Church History Library

Family History Library

Houston Public Library-Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research 

Mid-Continent Public Library-Midwest Genealogy Center 

Pennsylvania State University Libraries’ Digitized Collections