OK, here's the list of links I have. I've checked them all to make sure they still exist. And some have already been mentioned.http://www.cyndislist.com --This is the yellow pages of online genealogy research. And even more amazing, it's still being updated! And for Shelbyboy, or anyone else who's a beginner, check out her Beginner's page... She might even have (if they still exist) some of the pages we put together in the online class I took.http://www.ancestry.com --includes a Social Security Death database (of limited use, really, as we've only had SS since, what, the 1930s?)http://www.familysearch.org --The LDS sitehttp://www.genealogy.comhttp://genforum.genealogy.com/http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/ --this one has a home-study course listed; might want to look into thathttp://rsl.rootsweb.comhttp://www.usgenweb.org/http://www.gendex.com/http://hamilton.htcomp.net/hcgs/ --I include this one for personal reasons. My father's family settled in Hamilton County, Texas, which created a large genealogical library and research center a few years ago. Someday, when I have the time and energy, I'm going to visit this place (or I could get my brother or parents to, as they all live only an hour or so away...)Have fun exploring!Ellen
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