Genealogy Collection

Physical Collection

Our genealogy collection resides in our History Room. Please see that page for more information.

Click here to search our catalog for genealogy materials.

Online Resources

While the library doesn't subscribe to any genealogy services, there are a number of free resources available online to help you in your research.

Family Search

It's all about family. FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. FamilySearch believes that families bring joy and meaning to life.

The USGenWeb Project is a group of volunteers working together and having fun providing free online genealogy help and information for every U.S. state and county. Our national site provides links to state sites, which, in turn, provide gateways to the counties.

US Gen Web

Thought Co

Learn how to do genealogy research. Tracing your ancestors' story can help you understand your own. Start building your family tree with expert-written genealogy tutorials, database recommendations, surname meanings, search strategies, and ancestry charts.

Best for those looking for their European ancestors. Olive Tree Genealogy, created by Lorine in February 1996 was started to bring genealogists free genealogy records. Olive Tree Genealogy has more than 1,900 pages of free genealogy records to help you find your brick-wall ancestors and build your family tree.

Access Genealogy contains the largest collection of free genealogy for your United States research. Find hundreds of thousands of free websites with billions of names you can use to further your family genealogy! Specifically, we provide sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, church records, court records, military records, historical newspapers, cemeteries, and ethnic records.