NYS Off-line Sources

A researchers bibliography guide to New York State
genealogical and historical sources found at various libraries across the USA.

Home || Counties || Genealogy || History || Census || Military || Passenger

Understanding the layout of this site:

The links offered above: The history and genealogy pages are general listing of sources that do not indicate a specific county. The census link goes to pages of census records, but these census records are also found on the individual county pages. The Counties page is the easiest method to get to any of the county pages.

On any of these pages one will find titles, the libraries for that particular title, and the call numbers for that particular source. Clicking on the title will take you directly to the bibliography of that source. Clicking on the library will take you to their contact information.

If you have entered via the "back door" via a search engine, you will most likely enter via the actual bibliography of the source you are looking for. There is NO link to the above pages, without coming to the home page first.

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Not all sources are available via interlibrary loan. When known will post as such on bibliography.

This site does NOT sell anything, nor do we gather that type of information. Nor do we know the individual authors or how to contact them.

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NOTE: If you are seeking the sources on a particular county - go directly to the County list - utilize the links provided. Utilize the "Find" feature on your web browser, to locate further information on a given page.

NOTE: If you discover a bad link, please tell Melinda. Thank you!

This document may be freely copied for nonprofit or educational use. Commercial use is prohibited.


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About the New York GenWeb Project

In June of 1996, a message went out on the GEN-NYS-L asking if anyone would be interested starting a NYGenWeb page similiar to a highly successful project underway in Kentucky. Many people expressed an interest in this idea. About the same time, Jeff Murphy, then coordinator of the KYGenWeb, decided to go national with the idea, and out of that grew the USGenWeb project, and the NYGenWeb project. The present State coordinator of NYGenWeb is Bob Sullivan

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