This section lists state and regional associations from Anchorage to Gastineau providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
Their aims are to promote and encourage genealogical research and to offer advice and assistance to anyone who needs help with their own family tree research.
Their site gives details regarding the extensive collection of genealogical resources available at Z. J. Lousaac Library, 3600 Denali Street, Anchorage, AK 99503.
These archives includes the Alaska Collection, which contains books, maps and manuscripts. Members can also peruse the binders that contain journals compiled by other associations, some of which relate to associations in England.
Memoirs are available on the site, along with a list of surnames currently being researched by Members.
Special Interest Groups which include 'All Things Medical', Alsace (Alsas French) Bas-Rhin and Montreal Genealogical Society are available.
Links to other sites you may find of use are also accessible. These cover Alaskan resources and US resources.Website:
The Society was established in 1973 and its aims are to encourage the study of genealogy and to give help and guidance to people who have Alaskan ancestry. The society also offers a Research Service.
On-line databases include:
Publications available for sale include:
Gastineau Channel, from which this association takes its name, separates Douglas Island from the mainland where Juneau is located. The channel is named after John Gastineau, who was an English Civil Engineer.
Indexes compiled by the society include:
An extensive list of archives which are accessible at Family History
Centre, 5100 Glacier Highway, Juneau can be perused on their site.