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Celebrating 20 Years

 
 

 

County Resources

Is there a resource that is not listed here?  If so please let me know and I will add to this list.


Libraries

Dimmick Memorial Library
54 Broadway
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229-2022
570-325-2131
Directions: The Dimmick is located in Jim Thorpe's downtown section, on Broadway. If you are coming into JT from the Lehighton direction, turn left at the traffic light and start looking for a parking place. It is up a bit from the traffic light, and sits back off the street, on the right hand side. It is a low red brick building, over 100 years old. Small yard in front with an iron fence. They also are online, the link appears on the Carbon Co. GenWeb page. If coming from far away, and only have one day or so to research at the Dimmick, it is a good idea to call ahead and reserve time on the m-film viewers. Last time I was there, both viewers were taken.
If you live near enough to Carbon Co. to visit, the Dimmick Library has all censuses up to 1920 on m-film. If you don't live near, check your local library. If they have a m-film reader, you can have them order the census films at a very reasonable cost. If there is an LDS Archive near you, they also can get the census films
~~Thanks Jack!!

Lehighton Memorial Library
124 North Street
Lehighton, PA 18235
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Palmerton Library
402 Delaware Avenue
Palmerton, PA 18071
610-826-3424

 
Weatherly Area Community Library
20 Carbon Street
Weatherly, PA 18255
570-427-5085
 

Addresses

Carbon County Courthouse
4 Broadway Lock Box# 129
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229-0129
570-325-3611

Mauch Chunk Museum
Cultural Center
41 West Broadway
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229
570-325-9190

Summit Hill Historical Society
12 E. Ludow St.
P.O. Box 41
Summit Hill, PA 18250
570-645-9772
http://www.facebook.com/summithill

http://www.angelfire.com/pa3/summithill18250/

Summit Hill Heritage Center

The Summit Hill Heritage Center has an extensive collection of photographs and memorabilia, a model of the Switchback Railroad and many other artifacts that depict typical mining life in Summit Hill over the past two hundred years. 

http://www.delawareandlehigh.org/index.php/visit/summit-hill-historical-society-museum/


 

Carbon County PA

The website of the Carbon County PA Chamber of Commerce, serving Jim Thorpe ... make winter some of the best playtime of the year for couples and families. ...
 

Carbon County Pennsylvania Public Records - Criminal Records ...

Research your family history and genealogy through local resources. ... County agencies and individual websites; Carbon County Board of Commissioners ...
 

Genealogist - Carbon County, PA - Genealogy Research, Ancestry ...

Family History Library Catalog - Carbon County, PA .... No information can be copied or reproduced from this website without the prior consent of the ...
 

Mauch Chunk Historical Society of Carbon County , Pennsylvania ...

Welcome to the offical website of the. Mauch Chunk Historial Society of Carbon County Pennsylvania. observe its beginning and its development". - Aristotle.

Mauch Chunk Historical Society
14 West Broadway
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229-1932
570-325-4439

 

Carbon County, Pennsylvania Genealogy, Facts ... - Family History 101

Jan 13, 2011 ... Carbon County, Pennsylvania History, Genealogy, Societies, Court, Probate, ... Email us with websites containing Carbon County Family Trees, ...
 

Map of Carbon County, Jim Thorpe, Lake Harmony, Palmerton ...

Carbon County's diverse landscape makes it a wonderful place to visit and live. ... geocaching is family-friendly, highly addictive, and a great way to get some ... also gotten into the personal side of the website which allows people to keep. ... the 2011 PA State Firemen's Convention and Parade in Lake Harmony. ...

Vital Records

Vital Records Info

NOTE: Birth and Death certicates are NOT available prior to 1906. Marriage records are not available prior to 1885. Records prior to those times might be found in church registers.

Pennsylvania Department of Vital Records

 
 


 
 

email: Mary Ann Lubinsky


Carbon County was formed from: Northampton and Monroe Counties in 1843.
Neighboring counties are: MonroeNorthamptonLehighSchuylkill and Luzerne Counties.

County seat: Jim Thorpe (Mauch Chunk)

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