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See also Databases (and Websites) online for beginning US research

Sites with online indexes or images of records
Digital State Archives Free finds archives and lists their contents
Wikimedia Commons Free "US National Archives To Upload All Holdings to Wikimedia Commons" Free a list of all U.S. collections used on, some include images of original documents
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United States National Archives free "Resources For Genealogists" links, research advice, lists of the archives' holdings free, but some links have a fee emphasis on original sources; links to variety of mediums; includes digital images Free gives links to US + German related sources
Linkpendium Free Click links. Some sites they link to may have fees ($)
Cydislist Free categorized by State + County + topic, some links may have fees ($)
Access Free covers all categories with special emphasis on Native American research
Ancestor Search Free, but may lead to sites with fees portal to search by names and gives links to help with research
LDS Genealogy Free Click links. Some sites they link to may have fees ($)
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Major catalogs for hard copy collections of United States Websites
Books, microfilm, or manuscripts of genealogical records
WorldCat archviegrid as of April 2014 in beta; locates and describes collections of archives
Family History Center locator These centers offer 14 websites which otherwise have fees, in addition to research help
FamilySearch Catalog including books, online materials, microfilm, microfiche, and publications; can be viewed at the Family History Library and some family history centers
Digital Library Of America libraries, archives + museums across America, all topics, some digital images