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Historic newspaper in Ancestry Library Edition
From Search 4000 databases of census, vital, church and immigration records. Not available from home.
Heritage Quest homepage
Includes census information going back to 1790, Freedman's Bank records, primary sources and more.
America's Obituaries and Death Notices homepage
The largest and most comprehensive collection of newspaper obituaries and death notices with over 22 million recent records from U.S. newspapers. Updated daily.
Foothills Genealogical Society homepage
The site features publications and indexes, as well as information about meetings, membership and genealogy classes.
How to Find More Information: 

Vital Records: Where to write for vital records for US states and territories
RootsWeb: The social side of Share documents and information in a social community
Find A Grave: Entries, plots, locations, data for millions of graves accross the world. Some include photos
Colorado Genealogical Society:;CGS is the oldest genealogical society in Colorado. They meet regularly and offer classes for beginners.


Ellis Island: 51 million documents including original manifests, passenger documents and ship information
Unknown No Longer: A database of Virginia slave names compiled by the Virginia Historical Society from over 8 million documents
National Archives