This section lists associations from Bend to Clackamas giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The aim of the association is to provide resources to help preserve family history records and to help further research.
The Society has a Library where many resources are available, which include more than 2100 Books and Journals, Video Tapes, DVD's and CD-ROMs covering most States in the United States and further afield.
For a fee, the society is prepared to send you a copy of an Obituary that appeared in the Bend Bulletin if you send them the relevant information. They are also prepared to search their Resources.
On payment of a fee, the Society is prepared to issue an Early Pioneer Certificate to people who can prove they are descended from pioneers who settled in Central Orgeon before 1950.
Many publications are sold by the society, including Deschutes Co. Cemetery Books, Land Deeds of Deschutes Co. CD 1895-1928 and The Hauslein Family of Illinois.Website:
The society was established in 1971 as Mid-Valley Genealogical Society, changing its name in 1996. Their aims are to help people conducting genealogical research, to educate people with regard to the right ways of conducting research, to collect materials for their library and to preserve and publish local history.
Many resources can be accessed in their Library, which incorporate:
An Index to the Shelf List of the BCGS Library is accessible.
Numerous publications are available for sale, including:
The association has an extensive collection of resources that are accessible in Pendleton Public Library, which incorporate:
A small list of surnames found in Umatilla County and some links to other sites you may find useful are also accessible.Website:
Many publications are available for sale, including: