This section lists the state-wide associations from Eastern to Washington State giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in 1935 and is now united with Spokane Public Library.
There are now over a thousand items in their collection, which include Cemetery Records, Immigration Records, Mayflower Books, Census Transcripts and Research Tools.
Many databases are accessible, including 1988 and 1989 Obituaries, 1890-1906 Spokane County Births and Marriages
and 1887 Spokane County Census Index.
Transcriptions on the site incorporate:
Many publications are available for sale, which comprise:
Many Special Interest Groups are run by the society, which
include Canadian, Computer, Czech/Slovak, EGS Lunch Bunch, German, Irish
Interest, Italian, Legacy, Scandinavian and Shore to Shore Groups.
Publications available for sale include Index of Probate Court Records 1854-1917 and Newspaper Vital Records Indexes 1918-1967.
Details of Archives and Libraries you may find of use is accessible, which include:
The association covers the Counties of Stevens, Ferry and Pend Oreille. Many archives can be accessed in their Library, which incorporate:
A list of Cemeteries is on the site, along with Burial Indexes.
A list of surnames currently being researched by Members is also available.
Many publications are available for sale, which incorporate:
The association has a comprehensive Genealogical Resource Guide
on its website, which gives information regarding each County in the State including County Government Information, Health Department
Information, County Libraries, Museums and Historical Sites and the State
An Index of the 1910 Federal Census has been compiled by the society and this can be searched on-line through the Washington State Archives Website.Website: