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This page includes guides, indexes, and resources useful for African American genealogy.
[Located in Category: African Americans in Utah]
This source lists articles and books about African-Americans in Utah.
[Located in Category: African Americans in Utah]
This free site includes an online catalog of versions of original material related to migration history from local archives and libraries.
[Located in Category: British Isle Genealogy]
This is a list of sources compiled by Philip F. Notarianni, Ph.D.in 2000.
[Located in Category: Italians in Utah]
The links on this site provide an accurate reflection of what African American genealogy is available online .
[Located in Category: African Americans in Utah]
AfriGeneas is a site that links to many sites with information about African Americans, including databases with biographical data.
[Located in Category: African Americans in Utah]
This site links to cemetery abstracts for many states. The abstracts usually give location, cemetery name, and birth and death dates.
[Located in Category: African Americans in Utah]
This article is a beginners guide to doing family research, specifically geared for African American research.
[Located in Category: African Americans in Utah]
This article gives a Brief history of the 24th Infantry, specifically the African Americans at Fort Douglas.
[Located in Category: African Americans in Utah]
This specialized page of WestWeb provides information about African-Americans in the West, including biographies, bibliographies, links and images.
[Located in Category: African Americans in Utah]
This site has a database of people who migrated to Alaska with information on where they were born, where they lived, etc.
[Located in Category: Western Pioneer Information]
The Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has one of the largest genealogical collections in the United States.
[Located in Category: Libraries and Databases]
Ancestry.com is the world's largest online family history resource, with more than 6 billion records and nearly 1.4 million paying subscribers.
[Located in Category: Libraries and Databases]
The African American collection at Ancestry.com includes US Colored Troops records, Freedmen's Bureau records, slave narratives, etc.
[Located in Category: African Americans in Utah]
Part f the site Utah to Go, this page lists books, articles, etc. about Native Americans in the area of Utah.
[Located in Category: Native Americans in Utah]
This free Civil Registration includes indexes of births, marriages, and deaths for England and Wales for 1837-1983.
[Located in Category: British Isle Genealogy]
Brigham Young University offers ten free online courses in genealogy which can satisfy the Boy Scouts of America Genealogy Merit Badge.
[Located in Category: Genealogy for Children & Youth]
Helpful tips and suggestions on how to fulfill the requirements for the Boy Scouts of America Genealogy Merit Badge, including downloads of pedigree charts and family group sheets.
[Located in Category: Genealogy for Children & Youth]
This page contains the current requirements for obtaining the Boy Scouts of America Genealogy Merit Badge.
[Located in Category: Genealogy for Children & Youth]
This site contains a searchable database of genealogical records, as well as several helpful genealogical links.
[Located in Category: Libraries and Databases]
The journal of the Mormon Studies program at Brigham Young university, 'BYU Studies' includes biographies of early members of the LDS church.
[Located in Category: Mormon Genealogy]
This site contains ship and wagon train lists of people bound for California from 1848-1873, including newspaper articles.
[Located in Category: Western Pioneer Information]
The California Pioneer List (CPL) is a list of settlers to California who migrated to or were born in California prior to 1880.
[Located in Category: Western Pioneer Information]
This site has a list of pioneers and biographical information from 1542-1848.
[Located in Category: Western Pioneer Information]
The official website for the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City.
[Located in Category: Catholics in Utah]
This site includes free indexes for the 1841-1891 censuses of the United Kingdom.
[Located in Category: British Isle Genealogy]
This site allow one to search and read newspapers for several states, including Utah.
[Located in Category: Libraries and Databases]
This page houses links to records and information for Beaver County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Box Elder County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Cache County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Carbon County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Daggett County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Salt Lake County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Summit County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Tooele County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Uintah County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Utah County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Wasatch County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Washington County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Wayne County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This page houses links to records and information for Weber County.
[Located in Category: Utah Records]
This site gives names, arrival years, and names of pioneer companies. It also sometimes included information about individual pioneers.
[Located in Category: Mormon Genealogy]
The DUP has a museum and library with a great deal of information about Utah pioneers, though most is in paper format.
[Located in Category: Western Pioneer Information]
This site indexes several immigrant rosters not found elsewhere.
[Located in Category: Mormon Genealogy]
This file contains many of the common "buzzwords", terminology and legal words found in genealogy work.
[Located in Category: Useful Tools]
This name searchable database contains 110,000 Californians between 1769 and 1850.
[Located in Category: Western Pioneer Information]
ECIF consists information from 1830 to the mid-1900's, indexing LDS/Mormon Church records, immigration records for LDS members, cemetery records, biographies, journals, and some published books.
[Located in Category: Mormon Genealogy]
A brief history of early Greek immigrants in Utah.
[Located in Category: Greeks in Utah]
This database covers Mormons from 1846 to 1868 as they came across the plains before the railroad reached Utah. Also includes a great deal of information about Mormons in the Nauvoo era.
[Located in Category: Mormon Genealogy]
This site contains listings of some residents of the Oregon Territory or Oregon before October 31, 1872.
[Located in Category: Western Pioneer Information]