- Ancestry.com offers free database searches, and extra databases are available for paying members. The site also has tips, recent news and a section for shopping.
- AT&T's genealogy page offers advice from experts and links from such sources as the Mining Co. and Excite.
- Cyndi's List has a smorgasbord of links that seem to cover just about anything and everything. The site also has information for those just starting out.
- Family History Centers Operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the site offers general information about genealogy and a guide to local Family History Centers.
- Family Search The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' new site offers a search function, collaboration with others and a way to submit family research for preservation. One also can order LDS materials.
- The company that produces Family Tree Maker also has a site offering database searches, message boards, software and book offers, and general information on genealogy.
- The Mining Co. site for genealogy offers some good advice and links.
- Genealogy forms can be downloaded from the Mining Co.
- The National Genealogical Society might be helpful for those just starting out or who have hit a roadblock in their research. The site offers a Genchat message board, an events database, directories and a soundex conversion.
- The National Archives and Research Administration has a genealogy page that offers information on what type of records are available to genealogists and how to use them. This is a great place to visit before starting your research.
- RootsWeb has lots of information for beginning genealogists and experienced ones. The site is membership driven, but there's lots of free information. RootsWeb also has mail lists, including one for Harrells.
- USGenWeb is a huge project to put records online. Information goes down to the county level in some areas. If you know where your family is from, this is a great place to search.
For comments or suggestions,
e-mail Amy Moulden
Created April 1999