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Web Genealogy

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 Genealogy Research Websites

There are many genealogy research sites on the web.  Here are some that we have chosen.
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The National Archives - Genealogy 
The National Archives of the United States
The National Archives has a vast collection of records including Census, Military, Immigration, Naturalization, and Land. There is a Getting Started guide, Genealogy Tutorial, Charts & Forms, and the History Hub where you can ask genealogy questions.
50 Free Genealogy Sites to Search Today
by Family History Daily
Looking for a list of free genealogy sites to search? Here are 50 no-cost family history resources where you will find birth, marriage and death records, obituaries, cemetery listings, newspaper articles, biographies, research tips and so much more.
Free Genealogy Research for Every State.
50 Free Genealogy Sites for Every U.S. State
by Family History Daily
Many U.S. states have put a good deal of effort into making their records freely accessible online, and some of the best no-cost resources can now be found through state and local agencies. For each state, and the District of Columbia, we’ve highlighted two of the best online research sites available – 102 in all. All of these resources contain actual records you can search, as well as research guides and more.
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Sacramento Valley Chapter of Germans from Russia

Chapter Meetings and Events Location:

      American River Community Church

      3300 Walnut Avenue, Carmichael, CA 95608

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