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*[http://www.magsgen.com Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society]   
 
*[http://www.magsgen.com Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society]   
 
*[http://swflgg.org/links.php?lcid=1 Southwest Florida Germanic Genealogy Society]  
 
*[http://swflgg.org/links.php?lcid=1 Southwest Florida Germanic Genealogy Society]  
*[http://csumc.wisc.edu/mki/Genealogy/1.GenealogyFrames.htm German genealogy resources at the Max-Kade Institute]
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*[http://csumc.wisc.edu/mki/Genealogy/1.GenealogyFrames.htm German genealogy resources at the Max-Kade Institute]  
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*[http://www.germangenealogygroup.com/Default.htm German Genealogy Group] with links to New York City
  
 
== Town Lineage Books  ==
 
== Town Lineage Books  ==

Revision as of 18:22, 13 December 2012


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Archives

Biography

Calendars

Churches

Colonies

Concentration Camps

Culture

Databases

Digital Libraries

  • Retro-bib - digitized 19th Century reference works, including Meyers Konversationslexikon and the Brockhaus lexikon
  • Digibib - Digital Library on Genealogy.net in various categories, includes links to other digital libraries

Directories

Emigration and Immigration

Category: Germany

Gazetteers - general

Genealogy

General Information

Handwriting

Historical Geography

  Jewish

Language helps and guides

Maps

Military Records


Names - personal

  • Geogen - maps surnames by frequency, using the German online telphone directory

Newspapers

Although a digital archive of US newspapers, these can also be useful in searching for German ancestors.

Occupations

Regional Research Websites

   Research Guides

Social History

  Societies and other Resources 

Links to the major German genealogical societes are easily accessed through Genealogy.net at the Vereine (societies) portal

Town Lineage Books