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The following are three ways to find local genealogical societies and some of their resources that can help you and that you can contribute to.
 
The following are three ways to find local genealogical societies and some of their resources that can help you and that you can contribute to.
  
1) Do a search on this web site for a specific location and Societies. e.g (Utah Societies)
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# Do a search on this web site for a specific location and Societies. e.g (Utah Societies)
 
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2) There is a Federation of Genealogical Societies that has over 500 societies as members.<span>&nbsp;</span>Go to http://www.fgs.org/ to identify them and to search for specific locations under “Federation Member Societies”
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3) Try a Google search with the words “Genealogical Society plus area (e.g. Portland Oregon)” or Historical Society plus area.<span>&nbsp;</span>This will usually identify local specific resources.
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# There is a Federation of Genealogical Societies that has over 500 societies as members. Go to http://www.fgs.org/ to identify them and to search for specific locations under “Federation Member Societies”
  
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# Try a Google search with the words “Genealogical Society plus area (e.g. Portland Oregon)” or Historical Society plus area. This will usually identify local specific resources.
  
 
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The following are three ways to find local genealogical societies and some of their resources that can help you and that you can contribute to.

  1. Do a search on this web site for a specific location and Societies. e.g (Utah Societies)
  1. There is a Federation of Genealogical Societies that has over 500 societies as members. Go to http://www.fgs.org/ to identify them and to search for specific locations under “Federation Member Societies”
  1. Try a Google search with the words “Genealogical Society plus area (e.g. Portland Oregon)” or Historical Society plus area. This will usually identify local specific resources.