Free Genealogy Resources

Welcome to The USGenWeb Kidz!

I am your host for the USGenWeb Kidz Project, my name is Rebecca Maloney. I hope to make your visit here a fun and informative one. Enjoy :)

This page is dedicated mainly to helping you learn about genealogy. It will give you some insight into History as well. I am providing a page of how to's for beginners, an intermediate page for the next step in genealogy, and an advanced information locating help page. So no matter what your level of genealogy experience you will benefit from this page.

I have also provided you with some extra helpful links for doing related homework. You can use these to give you skills to do research in all fields of School work. There is a Teachers Page to help give ideas for lesson plans.

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Please let me know If you find any problems with the links on this site or if you have an idea for this page. You can email Rebecca Maloney.

Stuff for Kids

Q: What city was the first capital of the United States?

A: New York City ~ The Big Apple—where George Washington made the first inaugural address on April 30, 1789—was the location of the country's first capital. And it turns out that Washington and New York aren't alone when it comes to the national honor. Other cities that have served as the capital at one time or another include Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Baltimore, Maryland; Lancaster, Pennsylvania (for just 24 hours!); York, Pennsylvania; Princeton, New Jersey; Annapolis, Maryland; and Trenton, New Jersey.

For Teachers

Notice for Teachers and Librarians! Free Teleconference for K-12 Libraries was broadcast Friday, October 10, 2003 "Digital Treasures for Teaching and Learning" available now for your review on streaming video via the Web. Read more…

I would be glad to add any additional lesson plans that you would like to send to me.