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Many societies and organizations may have information of value to your genealogical research.
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=== Genealogical Societies ===
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Many societies and organizations in both Denmark and the U.S.A. have valuable information for your family history research.
  
Several genealogical societies emphasize Danish research. Most publish helpful periodicals, transcripts, and compiled genealogies. They may have special indexes, collections, and projects. Some publish inquiries about Danish ancestors or maintain lists of members' research interests.
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=== Genealogical Societies  ===
  
A major Danish genealogical society is:
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Several genealogical societies emphasize Danish research. Most publish helpful periodicals, transcripts, and compiled genealogies. They may have special indexes, collections, and projects. Some publish inquiries about Danish ancestors or maintain lists of members' research interests.
  
'''Samfundet for Dansk genealogi og Personalhistorie'''<br>(Society for Danish genealogy and Personal History) <br>Tækkerløkke 34 A <br>6200 Åbenrå <br>Denmark <br>Internet: http://www.genealogi.dk/
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A major Danish genealogical society is:  
  
=== Historical Societies ===
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'''Samfundet for Dansk genealogi og Personalhistorie'''<br>(Society for Danish genealogy and Personal History) <br>Tækkerløkke 34 A <br>6200 Åbenrå <br>Denmark <br>Internet: http://www.genealogi.dk/
  
Historical societies can be valuable sources of information in Denmark. Some may have information about specific Danish individuals. Many societies have special collections of books and manuscripts for Denmark that may be hard to find in libraries and archives.
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=== Historical Societies  ===
  
The main historical society in Denmark is:
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Historical societies can be valuable sources of information in Denmark. Some may have information about specific Danish individuals. Many societies have special collections of books and manuscripts for Denmark that may be hard to find in libraries and archives.
  
'''Dansk Historisk Fællesforening (Danish Historical Society)'''<br>Rigsarkivet, Rigsdagsgaden 9 <br>1218 København K <br>Denmark
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The main historical society in Denmark is:
  
The addresses of over 100 ethnic heritage historical societies in North America are given in the following:
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'''Dansk Historisk Fællesforening (Danish Historical Society)'''<br>Rigsarkivet, Rigsdagsgaden 9 <br>1218 København K <br>Denmark
  
Smith, Betty P. ''Directory, Historical Societies and Agencies in the United States and Canada''. 13th ed. Nashville, Tennessee: American Association for State and Local History, 1986. (FHL book 970 H24d.)
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The addresses of over 100 ethnic heritage historical societies in North America are given in the following:  
  
=== Locating Records at the Family History Library ===
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Smith, Betty P. ''Directory, Historical Societies and Agencies in the United States and Canada''. 13th ed. Nashville, Tennessee: American Association for State and Local History, 1986. (FHL book 970 H24d.)
  
Records of these societies are usually described in the Author/Title section of the Family History Library Catalog under the name of the society. They are also listed in the Locality section under one of the following:
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=== Locating Records at the Family History Library ===
  
DENMARK - SOCIETIES<br>DENMARK, [COUNTY] - SOCIETIES<br>DENMARK - GENEALOGY<br>DENMARK, [COUNTY] - GENEALOGY<br>Lists and guides that describe the collections of societies are listed in the Locality section of the catalog under one of the following:<br>DENMARK - ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES - INVENTORIES, REGISTERS, CATALOGS<br>DENMARK, [COUNTY] - ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES - INVENTORIES, REGISTERS, CATALOGS<br>DENMARK, [COUNTY], [TOWN] - ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES - INVENTORIES, REGISTERS, CATALOGS
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Records of these societies are usually described in the Author/Title section of the Family History Library Catalog under the name of the society. They are also listed in the Locality section under one of the following:  
  
For more information, see the "[[Denmark Genealogy|Genealogy]]" and "[[Denmark Periodicals|Periodical]]" sections of this outline.
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Lists and guides that describe the collections of societies are listed in the Locality section of the catalog under one of the following:
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DENMARK - ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES - INVENTORIES, REGISTERS, CATALOGS
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For more information, see [[Denmark Genealogy]] and [[Denmark Periodicals]].
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Latest revision as of 20:27, 5 December 2012

Denmark Gotoarrow.png Societies

Many societies and organizations in both Denmark and the U.S.A. have valuable information for your family history research.

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Genealogical Societies

Several genealogical societies emphasize Danish research. Most publish helpful periodicals, transcripts, and compiled genealogies. They may have special indexes, collections, and projects. Some publish inquiries about Danish ancestors or maintain lists of members' research interests.

A major Danish genealogical society is:

Samfundet for Dansk genealogi og Personalhistorie
(Society for Danish genealogy and Personal History)
Tækkerløkke 34 A
6200 Åbenrå
Denmark
Internet: http://www.genealogi.dk/

Historical Societies

Historical societies can be valuable sources of information in Denmark. Some may have information about specific Danish individuals. Many societies have special collections of books and manuscripts for Denmark that may be hard to find in libraries and archives.

The main historical society in Denmark is:

Dansk Historisk Fællesforening (Danish Historical Society)
Rigsarkivet, Rigsdagsgaden 9
1218 København K
Denmark

The addresses of over 100 ethnic heritage historical societies in North America are given in the following:

Smith, Betty P. Directory, Historical Societies and Agencies in the United States and Canada. 13th ed. Nashville, Tennessee: American Association for State and Local History, 1986. (FHL book 970 H24d.)

Locating Records at the Family History Library

Records of these societies are usually described in the Author/Title section of the Family History Library Catalog under the name of the society. They are also listed in the Locality section under one of the following:

DENMARK - SOCIETIES

DENMARK, [COUNTY] - SOCIETIES

DENMARK - GENEALOGY

DENMARK, [COUNTY] - GENEALOGY

Lists and guides that describe the collections of societies are listed in the Locality section of the catalog under one of the following:

DENMARK - ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES - INVENTORIES, REGISTERS, CATALOGS

DENMARK, [COUNTY] - ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES - INVENTORIES, REGISTERS, CATALOGS

DENMARK, [COUNTY], [TOWN] - ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES - INVENTORIES, REGISTERS, CATALOGS

For more information, see Denmark Genealogy and Denmark Periodicals.

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