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- DPLA Family Research– how to get started with family research in DPLA as well as collection highlights such as yearbooks, letters, newspapers, military records, and more
- FamilySearch—Comprehensive database of free family history, family tree and genealogy records in the world, courtesy of the LDS Church
- Find a Grave– locate millions of cemetery and grave records throughout the world.
- National Archives (NARA)– Acquire copies of military, passport, immigration, census, and naturalization records
- USGenWeb Project– Links to all the state genealogy websites which provide gateways to county sites
- Minnesota People Finder– Searches the research materials of the Minnesota Historical Society for any item associated with that person. Includes birth and death records and state census records.
- Minnesota GenWeb — Find your family roots in the North Star State, links to county resources
- Minnesota Official Marriage System– Index to marriage certificates on file in MN, includes names and dates
- Iron Range Research Center– Extensive collection of genealogy materials, including naturalization records
Foreign Country & Immigration Sites
- CastleGarden– Arrivals at the Port of New York, 1820-1892
- Ellis Island– Arrivals at the Port of New York, 1892-1954