Library of Congress: Local History and Genealogy Reading Room: address, hours of access and services.
Information for librarians who provide services to genealogists.
Genealogy and local history collection dating back to 1815. Scope of the collection, bibliographies and guides, hours of operation, and access to fee-based genealogy databases.
National Archives and Records Administration based in Washington DC. Provides information about research facilities, online tools, publications, and web resources.
Research tools. Links to domestic and international databases.
A searchable collection of digitized books, indices, and documents that supports research concerning the Germanic Russians.
A non-profit organization with a library collection focussed on the Pacific Northwest states of the USA.
Search for records that document the names and lives of slaves, freedpersons and their descendants.
Information about committees for librarians working with genealogists and genealogy materials.
Large genealogy library containing more than 300,000 printed volumes and 314,000 items of microfilm and microfiche. Includes guides and request forms.