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Links to Genealogical Sites

Cajun and Cajuns: Genealogy site for Cajun, Acadian and Louisiana genealogy, history and culture.

Click this link for some interesting DNA Websites

Sites demonstrated on September 14th, 2002 meeting

http://monarch.tamu.edu/~maps2/ Interesting link to create color coded map by counties or parishes.

http://www.davidrumsey.com/ Anybody interested in old has to see this website!!!

We like to make you aware, that the "Database of Africans in Louisiana from 1719 to 1820 - by Gwendolyn Midlo Hall" is now available in an easily searchable form on the internet at http://www.ibiblio.org/laslave . This site is a "must" for anybody interested in these information.



Acadian Genealogy Home Page maintained by Yvon Cyr


Margaret Ortigo's Websites


The National Archives and Records Administration offers a free Genealogy Packet.


Write to:


National Archives

Publication Distribution

Room 69  Dept. P

Seventh St. and Pennsylvania Ave NW

Washington DC 20408
Louisiana Vital Records Information an important site that gives you information about where to get birth-, death-, marriage- and other certificates.

Genealogy Help list Louisiana a site with a lot of genealogical information in Louisiana.

Olivetreegenealogy ships passenger lists an excellent site to search for ships passenger lists or links to ships passenger lists

genhomepage.com is a very good starting point to "dive" into genealogy on the internet.

genealogy.com is a web site set up by Family Tree Maker. It has some interesting features. For example: under the MyGenealogy.com section you can submit data and photos of tombstones, and you can search their database of submitted tombstones.

ancestry.com a site which has some free databases but most of them you only can use by joining for a fee. From the public library's computers the whole site can be used for free.

usgenweb.org The USGenWeb Project consists of a group of volunteers working together to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. The Project is non-commercial and fully committed to free access for everyone

Louisiana Information Links a wealth of links to all kind of information about Louisiana, a lot of them very valuable for genealogists.

St. Martin Parish Genealogy a lot of interesting links for genealogists

Cemeteries in the United States and Australia -- Cemetery Junction Directory interesting information about cemeteries

The Avalon Project at the Yale Law School collection of documents on slavery

Confederation of Associations of Families Acadian association dedicated to the preservation of Acadiana's Cultures, Languages, Traditions, and Family Values

Cyndi's List of genealogy sites on the internet another good starting point to find genealogy sites on the internet

Louisiana Roots-Free Genealogy links from USAroots.com

SK Publications Census CDs - Louisiana census data on CD's

cma2004.com This is the official Congrès mondial acadiene 2004 Web site