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Internet Resources for Genealogists

The following websites may be of interest to family historians: 
Family History Library: The largest genealogical database in the world, maintained by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Includes a directory of the LDS regional genealogical centers.
Roots Web is a large site with many resources including census information and US Gen Web.
Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania: An important alternate Philadelphia destination for family historians.
Historical Society of Pennsylvania: Home to many significant sources for family historians.
Library of Congress, Genealogy Department: Key finding aid and database indexes for genealogists.
National Archives and Records Administration, Genealogy Page: Tips, guides, practical information for using federal records (census, military, passenger lists) as well as indexes.
New York Public Library, Genealogical Research.
New England Historic Genealogical Society: The oldest genealogical society and library in the United States; this site includes a newsletter and database.
Newberry Library: Useful guides on ethnic groups and state and local history.
Cyndi's List is a site that lists important resources to help amateur genealogists get started.