Upfront with NGS, the official blog for the National Genealogical Society, has released 120 links to free genealogy resources over the last six weeks. In this series of six posts, Diane L. Richard, editor of Upfront, shares “20 free and relatively new genealogy and family history resources” that she had collected while researching information for her past series NGS Mini Bytes.
We are thankful that Upfront has taken the time to share these gems with the genealogy community. The selections are diverse and otherwise hard to find, making for some really interesting lists. They include news pieces, research and history guides, searchable databases, small archives and more expansive collections on many topics– as well as some general sites that may be helpful to genealogists.
We have provided direct links to all six posts (each containing 20 resources) since they can be confusing to locate individually on the blog itself. We hope you enjoy this helpful collection from the NGS! When you’re done checking them out you may also enjoy 50 Free Genealogy Sites to Search Today.
Part 1 – includes The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database and the WW1 Scottish Medical Database
Part 2 – includes the Historical Chart of the Causes, Milestones, and Battles of the Revolutionary War and Hawaii State Archives Digital Collections
Part 3 – includes Montgomery County [IN] Genealogy Club Digitizes Bible Records and Yivo Digital Archive on Jewish Life in Poland
Part 4 – includes American Antiquarian Society Digital Collections and Digital Dictionaries: 1481-1916
Part 5 – includes Hebridean Connections and Minnesota Historical Society Collection Finding Aids
Part 6 – includes Utah Digital Newspapers and British Library Digitized Manuscripts
Image: Taking the Census, 1920, Library of Congress
1 thought on “100+ Free Genealogy Resources Shared by the NGS”
Looks like there are loads of fascinating pages I’d love to read. I hope they make an organized thematic list at some point so that it’s actually navigable/user-friendly.