This section lists the state-wide association Idaho Genealogical Society. It then lists the county associations in Booner and Kootenai giving details about each association and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in 1958. Their aims are to become the first stop for people researching their Idaho ancestry, to preserve archives relating to the state and to help people who are researching their family history.
They also offer Pioneer Certificates, Early Settlers Certificates and Oregon Trail Certificates. Further information is available on the site.
Many publications are available for sale, which include:
The site has numerous links to other websites that may prove useful when conducting genealogical research. These links include a Genealogy Guide, which also lists many archives available including Census Returns and Vital Records.
The association was established in 1979. Its aim is to promote and encourage the study of genealogy. They have donated many resources to the Family History Centre in Sandpoint, which include Census Information, Vital Statistics, Genealogical Dictionaries and Area Histories.
Some members of the Society are able to look at local archives, which include:
No death or passport records are available for the area.
If you wish to look at earlier documents, please contact Kootenai County Genealogical Society as Booner was once part of this county.
The aims of the association are to promote and encourage the study of genealogy, to preserve historical data and to give members help with their research.
The site includes a list of their extensive resources that are accessible in Hayden Library. These incorporate:
Archives available at the library also include:
In addition, resources held in the library include:
Some resources relate to England and Wales.
The association is also able to conduct research for people unable to visit the Hayden Library. They do make a charge to people taking advantage of this service.Website: