This section lists associations from Roseau to Sterns providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The society was established in 1927, its aim being to collect and preserve the history of Roseau County.
Many archives are accessible in their Research Library, which include:
A list of Roseau Co. Cemeteries is also accessible.
Many publications and other items are sold by the society, which incorporate:
The aim of the association is to preserve information and make it accessible to the public.
Many archives are available in their Library, which incorporate:
A surname index to Obituaries, Marriages, Death and Significant Events is available on the site along with a list of Cemeteries. An on-line catalogue is also accessible.
World War 2 Oral History Interviews are also available.Website:
The aim of the association is to collect and preserve records relating to Sibley County and to relate them to the history of the State of Minnesota.
Many Genealogical Resources are available in their museum, which incorporate:
Information regarding surnames included in the Family Histories is on the site.
Details of cemeteries in the area are also available. They have recorded over 6500 memorials.
A list of links to other sites you may find of use is also available.Website:
The association was organised in 1936 and began to shape itself into a Museum in 1973. Many resources are available in their Research Centre, which include:
Resources also include:
Resources also relate to Luxembourg and Germany.
An on-line catalogue of these resources is available on the site.
Some publications are available for sale, which include Minnesota 13: From Grain to Glass DVD, A Road Taken by Jim Studer and Quarry Quest by Mark Sakry.Website: