Are you researching ancestors in
? If so, check out this great resource from the
Birmingham Public Library (BPL), Selected
Resources for Alabama Counties Alabama
These pages are designed to be an overview of resources for selected
Although not exhaustive, they will give you an idea of what sources to use when
researching a particular county. This is a work in progress so check back often
and enjoy. Please contact us with suggested additions at [email protected]. Alabama
And, if you do research in
abstracted records for your county, you are in for a treat! Alabama
I make great use of a compendium created by the State Archives of North
Carolina, Guide to Research Materials in the
State Archives of North Carolina: County Records or the County Records Guide. The link takes you to a 2002 version and
subsequently a 2009 version was published.
If you want to know, at the county level, what records are held by the
NC archives, your journey starts with this publication. North Carolina
Has an archive, library or society in your state (or country) created a state-wide (or country-wide) equally helpful resource list?
Editor’s Note: Thanks to Lori Thornton, Stephens-Burnett Memorial Library,
via Facebook (FB) for pointing out the BPL resource. Carson-Newman College
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Thank you NGS for highlighting the resource we put together. Hopefully your members will find it useful. I wanted to let you know about a similar resource for Tennessee developed by their state archives. We used it as a model.ReplyDelete
Genealogical "Fact Sheets" About Tennessee Counties