Pikes Peak Genealogical Society
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Langdon's List of 19th and Early 20th Century Photographers The information about photographers may include: Names, Addresses, Dates of operation, Biographical notes, Examples of work
US war statistics from the Veterans Administration
Find links to all U.S. state archives.
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See what records FamilySearch has by place.
More than 140,000 Facebook page that deal with genealogy, surnames, places, lineage societies, etc. Previously at: https://moonswings.files.wordpress.com/2021/01/genealogy-on-facebook-jan-2021.pdf
by Marc McDermott with contributions from Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, and Thomas W. Jones, CG.
Links to free sites.
Click on the link near the top of this page for the most recent document.
Access thousands of historic photographs, maps, oral histories and films from Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region (includes El Paso and Teller counties) using the Pikes Peak Library District's digital collections.
Images of parish registers through 1880.
Gazetteer of German places about 1871. Foundational for German research.
National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Resources for conducting African-American research.
Pikes Peak Library District maintains an extensive list of genealogy research links. Click to go to their website.
blog by Judy Russell describes how to order an SS-5 online
With this form, children can request U.S. employment histories of their deceased parents. Provide proof of death and relationship. $136.
Narrow search to Railroad Retirement index with drop-down menu. Covers 1936-early 2000s.
National Archives
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