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Nebraska State Library & ArchivesLots of online resources and searchable indexes/databases makes this a great place to start for your Nebraska family history needs, then check out these additional databases (http://www.nebraskahistory.org/databases/more_databases.htm).Nebraska State Historical SocietyFrom plat books and prison records to gazetteers, photos and more, there are piles of good materials here to deepen your search.Nevada State Library, Archives and Public RecordsWhile this is the main site for the state library, be sure and check out the sections for history and old newspapers. There’s tons of value here, though you may have to dig around for a bit to start extracting family information.Nevada Cooperative Libraries Automated Network Newspapers and yearbooks can be found here, along with other digitized collections from several organizations in Nevada. Items are fully tagged, searchable and quite usable without any special viewing software.New Hampshire Historical SocietyMany good links and information on New Hampshire history and genealogy.New Hampshire Genealogy & HistoryFrom the county listings to the photos, outbound links and more, this site is useful as a one-stop shop for links and outside organizations with information on New Hampshire. When used in conjunction with the New Hampshire Historical Society mentioned above, you can have a good start on your family history in the state.New Jersey State LibrarySome good sources here for your New Jersey family research. Start with the main listing for family research for the best results.New Jersey Dept. of State Genealogical HoldingsThis online catalog contains several genealogical collection pathfinders that can help you find information about family history in New Jersey, but the real stars of the show are the online searchable databases,
including marriage, birth, death, military, and land records.New Mexico Genealogical SocietyGood one-stop resource for several genealogical resources for New Mexico, including many helpful links.New Mexico State Records Center and ArchivesMultiple online collections and advanced search options make this site one you should consider for your family research in New Mexico. Includes links to courthouses, history and imagery.New York Public Library Digital CollectionsWhile the digital collections available from the NYPL encompass a wide variety of resources, history, and more, be sure to take advantage of the local resources such as the Atlases of New York City, the many photograph collections and other important genealogical records regarding the state.New York State ArchivesTake a look at the digital collections to get started in your search, but be aware of the many outbound links featured on the site. Plan on taking some time to fully explore all of the resources that are available here.North Carolina State ArchivesA variety of great resources for North Carolina research are available here. Get started with the Publications, Circulars and Guides section.North Carolina Digital Heritage CenterA statewide program offering, this site includes historical and genealogical information from 212 organizations, including museums, libraries, and various archives. Material types include yearbooks, newspapers, city directories and more!State Historical Society of North Dakota Here is a good overview resource of family history resources and information about North Dakota. Be sure to take advantage of the link to resources at North Dakota State University for several records indexes.Digital HorizonsThis interesting resource is a consortium of several libraries and other North Dakota historical organizations.
Browse the various digital collections, but also try the basic or advanced search for additiona details and qualifiers. Don’t overlook the county and town history book collection, especially if you are just getting started researching your family history in the North Dakota.Ohio Genealogical SocietyMultiple free index and database search options are available here but don’t forget to search various cemetery options and outbound links to more family information sources. Membership to the society will bring more searchable options, but the free resources alone are quite nice.Ohio Memory ProjectWorking with the State Library of Ohio, there’s a lot to love about the resources found here. Multiple online collections across a wide variety of years and material types makes this a good resource for your Ohio heritage research. Most records are fully tagged and easily searchable.Oklahoma Digital PrairieWith images, documents, pension records and even postcards, this online gateway to Oklahoma history might be the ticket to breaking down any brick walls you might be facing when it comes to your Oklahoma ancestors. There’s a ton to explore here, so plan on spending some time with these amazing resources.Oklahoma Historical SocietyTons of listings and index holdings makes this a great resource for family members who lived in Oklahoma in the past. Most are free to search, but for original records there can be some cost.Oregon State Archives With several guides and databases, try this resource for your family history in Oregon. Several of these indexes will give you baseline information on family member’s names and record types, but also consider the historical county guides as a good place to start.Genealogical Forum of Oregon With 42,000+ records, special projects and more, this resource is certainly worth checking out if you’re investigating family members who may have lived (or still live) in Oregon.