81. Bremen Passenger Lists 1920-1939
While most passenger lists from Bremen, Germany, no longer survive, almost 3,000 have been preserved for the years 1920-1939. A project of the Bremen Chamber of Commerce and Bremen-based genealogical society Die Maus, over 200,000 names from these lists have been transcribed into this free genealogy database of Europeans emigrating through Bremen to the New World.
82. .Internet Text Archive
The nonprofit Archive.org, which many of you may know for its Wayback Machine, also hosts a rich text archive of books, articles and other texts. The biggest collection of interest to family historians, is the American Libraries collection, which includes over 300 city directories and 1000 family histories free for searching, viewing, downloading and printing. The U.S. Library of Congress collection and Canadian Libraries collection also include genealogies and local histories.
83. Japanese Immigrants to the United States, 1887-1924
A record of early Japanese immigrants to the U.S., this free searchable genealogy database focuses primarily on first-generation Japanese immigrants in Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming. The data was collected from manuscript censuses, cemetery records, obituaries, and local historians.
This free genealogical research note-taking software helps you stay organized without paper by allowing you to keep genealogical research notes on your computer. Not intended as a replacement for your family tree software, Bygones replaces standard genealogical note keeping forms, such as paper research logs, correspondence logs, etc., with computer versions of these forms (which can be printed out for your paper files for those of you who really like paper clutter!).
85. Find Your Family Tree
This free genealogy Web site, sponsored by Progeny Software, is designed to help you find missing branches of your family tree using Pedigree Resource File (PRF), a rapidly expanding collection of family trees (containing over 65 million names) submitted by people worldwide to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Once you've found your ancestor, order the PRF CD (sold by the Church of Jesu Christ of Latter-day Saints at cost) that contains this branch of your family tree in order to view and print entire family trees as well as see full family groups with siblings and cousins.
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