Always FREE Genealogy - Special Projects
Archives Court Cases Project The Archives Court Cases Project provides historic books,
which contain a synopsis of actual cases. Many of the cases provide signficant
historical and genealogical facts.
Project Coordinator Deb Haines firstname.lastname@example.org
Archives Digital Map Project The Archives Digital Map Project is growing an online collection of
historic and modern maps for use by genealogical researchers.
Project Coordinator Adrian Williams email@example.com
Archives Marriages Project The Archives Marriage Project brings attention to
the information found in marriage records, both applications and licenses.
Marriage records often contain much-needed information, such as the names of
parents, or permission given to an underage person. Often a Bond was posted
by an upstanding member of the community to show the groom was serious about
his intentions towards the intended bride.
Project Coordinator Patti Jepsen firstname.lastname@example.org
Archives Obituaries Project The Obituaries Project maintains obituaries.
(Newspapers have given permission to archive obituaries for genealogical research.)
Project Coordinator Maggie Stewart email@example.com
Archives Pension Project The Archives Pension Project endeavors to
provide actual transcriptions of Pension-related materials for all
Wars prior to 1900.
Project Coordinator Donna Bluemink firstname.lastname@example.org
Archives Special Collections Project The Archives Special Collections Project provides an entry
page to scanned out-of-print books on family studies, historical books,
and various journals.
Project Coordinator Vacant
The Kidz Project provides an online genealogical resource for school children.
They can learn the basics in the "How to" section. Students can post research questions.
They can post queries, to find others researching their ancestors.
Co-Project Coordinator Dee Pavey email@example.com
The Lineage Project maintains postings of US ancestors
born before 31 Dec 1850 with the poster's contact info.
Maintained by Vacant
African American Griots Project
The African American Griots Project is dedicated to assisting all of those in
pursuit of their African American ancestry by being a central depository for
African American records of historical proportion.
Project Coordinator Charee Jackson firstname.lastname@example.org
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