This section lists the societies of Nebraska, giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The society was established in 1972.
The Counties of Butler(Only Census and Marriages), Colfax, Cuming, Dodge, Saunders and Washington are covered by the Society.
Many archives are accessible in their library, located in the basement of Claire Mares Home at 1722 East 19 Fremont, NE, which include some Dodge County Church Records, Marriages, the IGI on Microfiche and Naturalisations.
Many databases are available on the site, which include Tombstone Inscriptions, Early Marriages 1856-1877 and Declaration of Intent Requests.
Databases also incorporate Naturalisations, which incorporate:
Back Issues of their Newsletter are also available covering 1998-2008.
The association has an extensive Book
Collection which is located at the Beatrice Public Library, 100 North 16th St,
Beatrice, NE 68310.
Photographs of tombstones in some cemeteries are available. They are indexed by surname for each Cemetery and also by County.
Publications available for sale include:
The association has an extensive collection of resources, which incorporate:
An on-line catalogue is also available on the site.
The association has a Library where an extensive collection of archives are available, including:
Many databases are accessible, which include:
Many publications are sold by the society, which incorporate:
The aim of the society is to preserve the heritage of Adams County, Nebraska.
To this end, they collect photographs, artefacts and videos relating to the history of the area, maintain an archive, and educate young people learning about their heritage.
The association has transcribed records of Adams Co. Cemeteries and the society is willing to check in their index following payment of a fee per surname.
A list of Cemeteries is on the site.
Records available in their Archive include:
Many publications are sold by the society, which include:
Many resources are available in their Archives, which incorporate:
Many archives are available at their museum. The museum has resources relating to Cass Co. history from 1854, when it was first settled.
The association was established in 1938. Numerous databases are available, which incorporate:
They also have Genealogical Information taken from Headstones, Newspapers and other Records which has been compiled by Kermit Karns of Imperial, Nebraska.
A list of surnames currently being researched by Members is also accessible. A Mailing List, hosted by Rootsweb, is also available.
The aim of the association is to preserve the history of Crawford and surrounding rural area.
An extensive collection of archives are held by the society, which include Photographs, Newspapers, Obituaries and Books relating to the area.
Many resources are accessible in their research library, which incorporate:
Some databases are on the site, including:
The aims of the association are to unite people interested in the study of genealogy and family history and to encourage people to preserve of public and private records.
Numerous publications are available for sale, which incorporate:
Publications available for sale also include:
A list of surnames currently being researched by Members, and a list of links to sites you may find of use, are also accessible.
The association was founded in September 1996.
The aim of the Society is to preserve the pioneer heritage of the county.
There is an on-line person index and Tables of Contents for the Pioneer Trail, their Quarterly Publication. Back Issues of this publication are available for sale.
A research service is offered by the society.
Numerous other publications are also available for sale, including:
The society was established in June 1973, its aims being to help people researching their genealogy and to promote and encourage the study of family history.
Information and databases are available, which include:
Information and databases also incorporate:
Links to other sites you may find of use are also accessible.
Back Issues of their Newsletter from 1996 are on the site. There are also Every Name Indexes of the Newsletters from 1992-1998.
Many publications are available for sale, including:
The association was established in 1919, with $1000 that was left over from the 1919 Centennial Celebration. It was incorporated in 1925, its purpose being to preserve the history of Washington County and surrounding area for future generations.
Many archives are accessible in their museum, which include:
Archives also incorporate:
Several databases are on the site, which include Biographies of Washington Co. Early Settlers pre 1867, Washington Co. Cemetery Records and Records of Blair Cemetery Plots.
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