Association of Professional Genealogists
Promotes professional and business ethics in the field of genealogical research. Organized in 1979, its offices are in Colorado. Membership is open to any person or institution willing to support the organization's objectives and code of ethics.
The New York Genealogical & Biographical Society
A non-profit institution located at 36 West 44th Street in New York City. Founded in 1869, it is the second-oldest genealogical society in the United States, and the only statewide genealogical society in New York state.
Jewish Genealogical Society
Founded in New York in 1977, becoming the first of what are now over 80 such societies worldwide. In the years since its founding, the JGS membership has grown to several hundred, with members from both the New York metropolitan area as well as elsewhere in the U.S. and abroad.
Irish Family History Forum
A non-profit Long Island based organization with hundreds of members, dedicated to promoting and encouraging the research and study of Irish genealogy and family history.
The Italian Genealogical
Dedicated to promoting Italian family history and genealogy. As a non-profit organization, we are dedicated to furthering genealogical research, through educational initiatives and the curation of resources. Established in 1993, the IGG exists to provide support for those interested in researching their Italian ancestry.
German Genealogy Group
Discover that family research is the most interesting and rewarding hobby that will enable you to discover your past and preserve your heritage for future generations. Be a part of the fastest growing hobby today!
Stephen P. Morse Publishing
This site contains tools for finding immigration records, census records, vital records, and for dealing with calendars, maps, foreign alphabets, and numerous other applications.
The leading publisher of products of interest to persons who are researching Jewish genealogy, Jewish family trees or Jewish roots. The books we sell are meant to assist you in your research - from beginner guides to books about Jewish surnames.
The National Archives
See what’s in "The Nation’s Attic" and learn how you can use the resources at the National Archives to explore your family's ancestry.
The Family History Library
Bring to life your family’s history by exploring the lives of those that came before you. See what’s available from the world’s repositories through their network of local branches.
A comprehensive, categorized & cross-referenced list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online.
Your genealogy starting point for more than 20 years!
Sebastian Wintermute Studio
Get expert help organizing, archiving, and restoring your family photographs and documents.