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         Minnesota Genealogy:     more books (101)
  1. Minnesota State Census Guide
  2. The Secrets of Glader: Minnesota's Oldest Swedish Cemetery by Robert B. Porter, 1989-05
  3. Minnesota 1850 census index by Ronald Vern Jackson, 1983
  4. History of Greenfield Evangelical Lutheran Church, Harmony, Minnesota, Fillmore County: One Hundredth Anniversary 1856-1956
  5. An introduction to Minnesota research sources by Paula Stuart Warren, 1988
  6. The genealogy of an inbred Poland China herd of swine (Technical bulletin / University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station) by E. W Stringham, 1950
  7. [Norman County, Minnesota cemteries index] by Roger E Niebeling, 1996
  8. A narrative history and genealogy of the Stone & Cartwright families of Morris, Minnesota by Paul A Cartwright, 1984
  9. A checklist of English genealogical and historical works at the Minnesota Historical Society Reference Library by Wiley R Pope, 1982
  10. From generation to generation: A genealogy of Twin Cities health care organizations, 1853-1993 (Discussion paper / Strategic Management Research Center, University of Minnesota) by Andrew H Van de Ven, 1994
  11. Sturman genealogy and early Minnesota history by Vernon L Sturman, 1986
  12. Pioneers of southwestern Minnesota: Family histories of the Bahnsons, Nuffers, Tauberts, Oesterles, and Finkes by Robert E Esterly, 2000
  13. A genealogy of the French-Canadian family lines of Papineau, Dontigny-Lucas, Gaudin (Godin), Gagne by Dorothy May Knudsen Chandler, 1978
  14. To chat, to sing, to laugh, to joke;: A genealogy of the Von Arx family in America by Joseph William Thicke, 1969

61. Kimball Family Genealogy
Family of William Lewis Kimball of minnesota, with access to the Kimball Family Web Ring.
Kimball Family Genealogy This site is dedicated to
William Lewis Kimball
of Minnesota and the finding and recording of his Ancestors and descendants. The focus of this page is primarily on the descendants and the ancestors of William Lewis Kimball. William was the Grandson of Horace and Lois Kimball, and the son of William Harrison Kimball and Ann Elizabeth (Stevens) Kimball. William L Kimball was born at Ottertail County, Minnesota on April 15, 1882. He married Adaltha (Della) Elizabeth Williams at White Oak Township, Akeley, Minnesota on April 6, 1905. William worked as a logger and sawmill worker as his primary occupation, although he also had been employed at many other jobs such as farming, working on the railroad, grain thrashing crews, and he had also driven a stage coach . In his later years he was an expert sawfiler and sawmill owners came from all over to obtain his saw filing service. William and Della had nine children together but, July 11, 1941, they separated and Della moved to the state of Washington. They remained separated the rest of their lives but never divorced. William remained in Minnesota, although he did make at least one trip to Washington to visit. William died at Bagley, Minnesota on January 18, 1960 and is buried at Park Rapids, Minnesota.
Adaltha (Della) Elizabeth (Williams) Kimball was born October 2, 1891 at Eagle Bend, Minnesota - The daughter of Jacob Williams and Altha Lucinda (Roberts) Williams - Della died November 14, 1971 at Cottage Grove, Oregon and is buried at Grays River, Washington.

62. Lake County, Minnesota Genealogy, MnGenWeb
genealogy and local history.
Welcome to Lake County M innesota! This site has been adopted And is undergoing reconstruction... The MNGenWeb/USGenWeb Project The purpose of this Minnesota GenWeb Project site is to provide a collection of genealogical information and resources for Cook County. Our goal is to include transcription of many public records, such as, census, marriage, and cemetery records and to provide a forum for freely sharing that information. If you would like to volunteer to be a coordinator for a MNGenWeb county or help with the project in any other way contact Heather Johnson. Please type MNGenWeb in the subject line. Please post your queries and surnames!! This is a new page so we are short on them right now. But queries are the heart of this project and the key to finding the information you seek. If you have info or are seeking genealogical info on your own family lines, PLEASE do send me your query and/or surname!!! This is how the page will grow and become more helpful to all. You'll be glad you did! And be sure to share successes and other feedback in the guestbook further down this page. GenConnect Queries - Please use this form for your queries LOOKUPS HISTORY CEMETERIES PLACES ... Lake County PHOTOS A great big THANK YOU is given to the RootsWeb Genealogical Data Cooperative which has provided the space for this page in addition to helping get it started.

63. Swedish Genealogy Society Of Minnesota
The topic will be Why We Do genealogy . 27 September 2002. MGS (MinnesotaGenealogical Society) Annual Seminar. 18 October 2003.
Swedish Genealogical Society of Minnesota
This is the Home Page of the Swedish Genealogical Society of Minnesota (SGSM). The Swedish Genealogical Society was organized in March 1983. It is a branch of the Minnesota Genealogical Society. This website was selected as a Links2Go "Key Resource" in the Swedish Genealogy topic, at Thank You, Links2Go!
The purpose of the Society is to assist members in their Swedish-American genealogical research by:
  • Holding meetings for the instruction and encouragement of the members.
  • Providing informative talks on some facet of Swedish-American genealogy.
  • Helping solve individual problems with all members contributing solutions.
  • Researching the more common troublesome areas.
  • Publishing materials to aid research in Swedish ancestry.
WebSite Table of Contents:
Calendar of Events:
(Events of Interest to Persons with Swedish Ancestry)
  • 23 November 2002 - 18 May 2003 "Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga".

64. Mary's Genealogy Page
Offers free lookups for Otter Tail County, minnesota.
Hi! I'm Mary Pfeffer...and I've been afflicted with the Genealogy Bug for about 25 years. During that time I have collected over 8,000 well as a few living relatives, and extended family lines as well. Could be you and I are cousins...check it out! Just click on the link below to take you to the root of the family tree. If you're interested in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, I have some cemetery records and plat maps that may interest you (see the table below) me for a free lookup of those! I will also do free lookups from the following Otter Tail County, Minnesota resources: Cemetery Records Sacred Heart Catholic Church-Dent Cemetery Records St. Henry's Catholic Church-Perham Cemetery Records St. Joseph's Catholic Church-Rural Perham Maps 1884 Plat Book Maps 1925 Plat Book E-Mail Me Mary Pfeffer
Route 2 Box 330
Dent, Minnesota 56528

65. Minnesota State Genealogy Links - StateGenSites
Search for genealogy in minnesota State. The StateGenSites database gives visitors websites in 27 different categories. *minnesota county resources link to our local genealogy MetaSearch.
Genealogy help for newbies, family researchers, genealogists and professionals. Meta-Search by Last Name by First Name by Location by Topic within Articles within Books within CD-Roms within Databases Advanced Search Getting Started Family History Research Tools ... Contact Us
The state of Minnesota was established as part of the United States on May 11, 1858, making it the 32nd to join the union. Minnesota ranks 14th in size* with 79,617 sq. miles of land, and Minneapolis is the largest city. Minnesota also ranks 21st in population* with 4,919,479 residents (2000 est.), and St. Paul is the state capital. The official bird of Minnesota is the Common Loon, and the official flower is the Pink and White Lady's Slipper. Minnesota statistics obtained from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census.
State Links for Minnesota
  • African-American
  • Archives
  • Cemeteries
  • Census ...
  • Civil War
  • County Links
  • Court Records
  • General Sites
  • History Sites
  • Immigration ...
  • Personal Pages
  • Probate Records
  • Queries
  • Ships
  • Societies
  • State Government
  • Tax Records
  • Vital Records
  • Wills Additional StateGenSites State Pages
    Minnesota County Resources
  • Aitkin
  • Anoka
  • Becker
  • Beltrami ...
  • St. Louis
  • 66. USGenWeb, Chippewa County, Minnesota, USA
    genealogy and local history.
    Welcome To the USGenWeb page for
    Chippewa County, Minnesota!
    1895 Map
    Go To:
    My name is Michael Andrews and I grew up in this county around a tiny farm town called Milan and I have many relatives in this county. I am the person responsible for the USGenWeb page for Chippewa County, Minnesota.
    Chippewa County Lookups
    I can do lookups in Chippewa County History published by the Chippewa County Historical Society
    I highly recommend you visiting another Chippewa County website by Ann Mensch Back to Top
    Chippewa County Information
    Chippewa County Historical Society
    Montevideo Churchs
    More churches will be listed later.
    Welcome to Montevideo, MN Home Page

    Minnesota County Historical Societies

    Prairie Waters Community Pages
    • Chippewa County Place Names: Clara City, Granite Falls (part of), Gluek, Hagen/Hagan (part of), Maynard, Milan, Montevideo, Raymond (part of), Watson

    67. Itasca Cnty,MN On ROOTSWEB
    genealogy and local history.
    Surrounding Counties :




    Your Itasca County Coordinator is Anna Claxton
    Get information on the Itasca Genealogy Club
    View the 1880 census transcription HERE
    Message Boards have been consolidated, Please Click Here to go there now. County Coordinator : Anna Claxton Site Design by : the hexadrome Updated March 10, 2002.

    68. Lareau Web Parlour: Pitcairn, Bounty, Worldbuilding, Genealogy, Minnesota, Rolep
    Home of the Mutiny on the Bounty, the Pitcairn Island Web Site, genealogy, minnesota History, Gaming, Category Regional North America Personal Pages......Home of the Mutiny on the Bounty, the Pitcairn Island Web Site, genealogy, minnesotaHistory, Gaming, Disability Clip Art, Pig's Eye's Notepad, and much more.
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    Mutiny on the HMS Bounty
    In 1789, crewmembers of HMS Bounty, led by Masters Mate Fletcher Christian and Midshipman Ned Young, mutinied against the command of Lt. William Bligh. Bligh and his supporters were set adrift in the ship's launch, and against all odds, Bligh led them over 3,000 miles to safety in Batavia (now Djakarta, Indonesia). The mutineers returned to Tahiti, where some stayed and were later captured. A handful of the mutineers along with their Tahitian consorts sailed the ship to Pitcairn Island where their descendants live today. This web site will tell you much about this famous event in maritime history, about which 6 movies, 1 play, and over 2,000 books and articles have been written.
    Pitcairn Island Web Site
    Located nearly 1,000 miles from the nearest inhabited place, Pitcairn is home to 40 descendants of the

    69. USGenWeb, Kittson County, Minnesota, USA
    genealogy and local history.
    Welcome To the USGenWeb page for
    Kittson County, Minnesota!
    Go To:
    My name is Michael Andrews and I am the person responsible for the USGenWeb page for Kittson County, Minnesota.
    Please specify "Kittson County" in the email subject since I am working on more than one genealogy page. For any county, local societies are a great resource.
    For more detailed information, please send a SASE to
    P.O. Box 100
    Lake Bronson, MN 56734
    Director: Cindy Adams
    Winter Hours: 9 - 5 p.m. M. thru F.
    Kittson County Places and Links
    • I based the following on an atlas of mine. If I listed a town/location incorrectly please email me with Kittson County in the email subject.
    • Kittson County Place Names: Donaldson, Hallock, Halma, Humboldt, Karlstad, Kennedy. Lake Bronson, Lancaster, Orleans, St Vincent
    • Kittson County Ghost Towns: Caribou, Enok, Hill Siding, Pelan, Mattson, Northcote, Noyes, Robbin, Sultan

    70. Genealogy
    History and genealogy of the Hultgren family, immigrants from Sweden who came to Kandiyohi County minnesota. Includes information on the Youngberg and Krahn families.
    Genealogy HOME Researching our family names of Hultgren, Youngberg, Krahn, and others, is a new endeavor. I hope these listings might help other relatives and visitors retrace or reacquaint themselves with their family histories.
    Correlating this research I am looking for photos of these relations, letters, envelopes
    (especially illustrated letterheads), postcards, brochures, books or other items pertaining to the area. If there are any items you would like to share and have put on this website please contact me.

    71. Cyndi's List - Norway / Norge
    Norwegian genealogy resources.Category Regional Europe Norway Society and Culture genealogy...... Concordia College Archives ~ Moorhead, minnesota Carl B. Ylvisaker Librarygenealogy Services. Digitalarkivet Arkivverket Digitalarkivet
    Cyndi's List currently has no sponsor
    Norway / Norge
    The index links below work best if you allow
    your web browser to load the entire page first.
    Category Index:

    Related Categories:
    National Genealogical Society

    Arlington, Virginia
    Cyndi's List The BOOK!

    2nd Edition
    2 Volumes Netting Your Ancestors Genealogy Bookstore
    In association with Ancestry Magazine GPC and Clearfield Company Genealogy Warehouse Submit a New Link Report a Broken Link Update a Link
      General Resource Sites
      • Research guide for Norwegian-American genealogy.
      • In Norwegian with many links to Scandinavian genealogy sites.
      • DAYS is a program designed to assist genealogists in finding dates of named days and generally navigate in and between the Julian and Gregorian calendars. The original program was in Danish and intended for Danish/Norwegian genealogists.
      • Genealogical research center for the county of Troms, Norway. Includes detailed maps of the area, a query page, and list of over 100 other researchers of the same area.

    72. Washington County Minnesota
    genealogy and local history.
    Welcome to
    * A Little Washington County History *
    Washington County was established October 27, 1849 and was named for George Washington, first President of the United States. It was one of the nine original counties created in the new Minnesota Territory. The French explorer LeSuer was in the area in 1695 but civilian settlement was sparse until the 1840s. It was here in Washington County that the state of Minnesota had its beginning. Minnesota became a state on May 11, 1858.
    Cities and Townships in Washington County
    Afton Hugo Oak Park Heights Bayport Lake Elmo Oakdale Baytown Lake St. Croix Beach Pine Springs Birchwood Lakeland St. Mary's Point Cottage Grove Lakeland Shores St. Paul Park

    73. New Page 1
    genealogy and local history.

    74. Blue Earth County Minnesota MnGenWeb Genealogy
    genealogy and local history.
    Welcome to the Blue Earth County, Minnesota
    Genealogy Page Other States Research Links Maps Queries ... Search the Rootsweb Mail List archives Minnesota Blue Earth County e-mail list.
    This will let you know when people make new postings to the Queries.
    To subscribe send the word "subscribe" (without the quotes) as the only text in the body of a message to (mail mode) -or- (digest mode). Blue Earth County History Minnesota was organized as a territory in 1849. Blue Earth County general sites,
    including the Blue Earth County Library. Addresses of historical societies in Minnesota. Links to on-line historical societies in Minnesota. A brief history of Blue Earth County.
    The Minnesota GenWeb Project The MinnesotaGenWeb Project coordinates genealogical links in each of the state's counties. It is affliated with USGenWeb, which is an outgrowth of a Kentucky project designed to link and store all databases useful for genealogical research. My name is Todd Hintz and I have volunteered as coordinator for Blue Earth County. If you would like to contribute your information to this site, please contact me.

    75. USGenWeb, Clearwater County, Minnesota, USA
    genealogy and local history.
    Welcome To the USGenWeb page for
    Clearwater County, Minnesota!
    1895 Map
    Go To:
    My name is Michael Andrews . I am the person responsible for the USGenWeb page for Clearwater County, Minnesota.
    For any county, the local societies are the experts. Please include a SASE.
    P.O. Box 241
    Bagley, MN 56621
    Director: Tamara Anderson-Edevold
    Museum: T.H.#2, Shevlin, MN
    Hours: June 8 - August 31, 12 - 7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 10 - 4 Sat. 1 - 4 Sunday
    Clearwater County Places and Links
    • Clearwater County Place Names: Bagley, Clearbrook, Ebro, Gonvick, Lake Itasca, Leonard, Shevlin
    • Clearwater County Ghost Towns: Alida, Berner, Jack Pine, Minerva, Roy Lake, Vern, Weme, Zerkel
    • Clearwater County Townships: Bear Creek, Copley, Clover, Dudley, Eddy, Falk, Greenwood, Hangaard, Holst, Itasca, La Prairie, Leon, Minerva, Moose Creek, Nora, Pine Lake, Popple, Rice, Shevlin, Sinclair, Winsor, The rest of Clearwater County is part of the Red Lake Indian Reservation.
    • Another site for Clearwater Places
    • Clearwater County, Minnesota Cemetery Locations

    76. - Genealogy Databases
    Augusta, Maine Directory, 1882. Augustin Ravoux, minnesota and Iowa Reminiscences FREE. Azerbaijan Country Study. genealogy Database Index.
    Recent Databases Databases added in the last 10 business days.
    All Databases A complete list of databases at Ancestry.
    International Databases
    A list of international databases available at Ancestry.
    Genealogy Databases on - (A) Genealogy Database Index A B C D E ... Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots FREE Accomack County, Virginia Births, 1853-65 Accomack County, Virginia Births, 1866-73 Accomack County, Virginia Births, 1874-77 Accomack County, Virginia Births, 1878-81 ... Aiken County, South Carolina Cemetery Inscriptions: Graniteville FREE Aiken County, South Carolina: Cemetery Records FREE Ailsa Craig, Ontario Census, 1901 Alabama Census, 1810-90 Alabama Deaths, 1908-59 Alabama Land Records ... Albert S. Evans, Life in California FREE Albert Williams, San Francisco, California Pastorate, 1849-54 FREE Alexander Campbell, Address on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan FREE Alexandre Dumas, Trip to California FREE Alexandria County, Virginia Births, 1853-59 Alexandria County, Virginia Births, 1865-96 Algeria Country Study Algona Kossuth County Advance (Algona, Iowa) ... Alice Mendenhall George, Story of My Childhood FREE Alleganian, The (Cumberland, Maryland)

    77. Cottonwood County Minnesota Genealogy
    genealogy and local history.
    Welcome To Cottonwood County Minnesota
    MNGenweb Project Info...
    Do you have Genealogical interests in Cottonwood County, MN?
    Help yourself and others by;
    • Contributing the surnames you are researching.
    • Submitting queries to find info on a specific item.
    • Offer to do lookups in specific resources.
    • Coordinate an available county page.
    (Just click on one of the above links and follow the directions on that page.)
    Looking for something specific in Cottonwood County?
    Just click on the item of interest below;
    I will be adding more sites as I check them out for current URLs. If you know of other websites helpful to Cottonwood County researchers, please email me the current URL. Thank you. Ray at

    78. Grant County, Minnesota MNGenweb Project
    genealogy and local history.
    Welcome To Grant County, Minnesota Grant County Queries Grant County Surnames Online Families Grant County Lookups ... Libraries Grant County Research Links Minnesota Research Links Communities and Townships Cemeteries Census Information Vital Records USGenWeb Tombstone Project USGenWeb Census Project Grant County USGenWeb Archives History of Grant County Grant County Timeline Reference Books Maps Quick Links Neighboring Counties MinnesotaGenWeb Project USGenWeb Project ... WorldGenWeb Project This site is generously
    Current area weather (for those of you who are curious) The MinnesotaGenWeb Project Volunteers are needed who are willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the web page. If you would like to host a Minnesota county, contact Jackie Hufschmid My name is Jerimiah Moerke and I am responsible for the Grant County page. If you would like to contribute information to this page, please contact me. Jerimiah Moerke/Elbow Lake, MN/

    79. Winona County Genealogy
    genealogy and local history.

    80. Family History Sources At IHRC
    of Our Ancestors, Michael J. Anuta, from the IHRC genealogy Reference Collection journalistsKarol Jaskolski and Henry Archacki, and minnesota Italian community
    Ships of Our Ancestors
    Michael J. Anuta,
    from the IHRC Genealogy
    Reference Collection
    Family History Sources at IHRC INTRODUCTION At the outset, it is important to note that the IHRC does not maintain certain types of records commonly associated with genealogical research on immigrants, such as ship manifests and naturalization records (for more information about conducting family history research on the Internet, please see our Family History Resources on the Internet page). The collections focus primarily on the experiences of the immigrants and generally consist of documentation they themselves generated as opposed to information recorded by government officials or others involved in processing newcomers through American ports or assigning them citizenship. Nevertheless, the Center's holdings have proven useful to numerous researchers attempting to identify immigrant ancestors or to learn more in general about the lives and legacy of millions of Americans who came from other lands. The collections span the period between the mid-1800s to the present, reflecting more recent migration activity and manifestations of ethnicity as well as the mass migration period. Materials include the written records of American-born generations as well as immigrants. The collection is national (indeed, international) in scope, with strengths of geographic coverage relating closely in most cases to concentrations of immigrant settlement.
    The IHRC holds over 23,000 books, 900 newspaper titles, and 3,000 serial titles along with ca. 900 manuscript / archival collections amounting 4,500 linear feet. (Researchers should be aware that a large percentage of this material is in the original languages of the immigrant groups.) For this type of introductory article, only the most cursory level of description is possible. In most cases, the various finding aids and cataloging records at the IHRC provide more detail on the following sources. In addition

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