- Audiobooks and EBooks
- Noodle Tools
- Novel List Plus
- MLA Format
- Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery
- Find a Book in IPAC
- HFM BOCES Union Catalog
- NYS Inter-library Loan
- Google Scholar
- Social Studies Search Engine
- iSeek Education
- Science Search Engine
Senior Thesis Help
United States Sources
- Old Fulton New York Postcards– Local archived newspapers from New York State. Great for obituaries, wedding announcements, etc.
- New York Historic Newspapers– Provides free online access to a wide range of newspapers chosen to reflect New York’s history. You can search by county.
- Access Genealogy– researchers in every state walk through the oldest cemeteries and transcribe names along with birth dates, date of death and family members.
- AfriGeneas – education and resources for those researching African-American roots. Start under the Records tab, then search marriage, death, surname and slave data databases.
- Chronicling America – The Library of Congress’ portal to digitized newspaper pages (1836-1922) from 25 states and Washington, DC, and an index to all known newspapers published in the United States and where to find them today.
- Cyndi’s List – a list of links to genealogy sites on the web.
- GeneaBios – A list of biographies created by genealogy researchers who’ve conducted thorough investigations of their subjects.
- Genealogy Today – Unique records such as ration books and business cards along with death and census
- Heritage Quest – click to search US censuses, Freedman’s Bank records (for African-American ancestors), Revolutionary War materials, local and family history books, articles and more.
- Home Advisor – A great article and a list of resources to start you on your genealogical journey.
- Family Search– Mormon Church genealogical research site.
- Family Tree Searcher – offers a reference interview and will create a research plan for you.
- Fold3 – If your ancestor served in the military, you can locate their records here. See Mrs. Jones for a username and password.
- Library and Archives of Canada – Canadian census records with searchable 1871, 1881 and 1891 enumerations, plus others.
- Newspaper Archive – Access more than 120 million newspaper pages dating to 1607.
- The Olive Tree– A great source of genealogy links, ship passenger lists and a great research guide for beginners.
- Rootsweb– Ancestry research with collaborative message boards.
- U.S. National Archives – US record archives and genealogical research advice
- Vodien: Getting Started with Genealogy on the Web – a great page submitted to the Vodien web host offering step by step instructions for genealogy research on the internet.
- Castle Garden–A database of information on 11 million immigrants from 1820-1892.
- Ellis Island – If your ancestor passed through Ellis Island, you can locate their records here!
- One Step Webpages by Stephen P. Morse –Beginners looking for passenger and immigration information won’t want to pass up this site.