2016

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State Resources

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


1895 Pa Map
Access Pennsylvania
Access Pennsylvania Database
The American Local History Network - Pennsylvania
Bureau of Archives and History sells warrantee twp maps which show the original land grants within present township boundaries as well as names and other information for the original warrantee and patentee.
contributed by Rene Phelan
Berks County PA Estate Records, 1752-1914
Bitumen, PA
Coal Mining, Mine Fires and the Molly Maguires

Dauphin County Resources

FamilyHart Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy Database

over 553,000 names online
Genealogical Records at the State Archives
Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania


Philadelphia-based organization that offers resources and gatherings to assist users with genealogy.

As a member of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, you will have access to “Members Only” databases. You will also receive copies of Society ...

Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania
Have a Mason ancestor??  Try here

Historic Pittsburgh

Historic Pittsburgh is a digital collection that provides an opportunity to explore and research the history of Pittsburgh and the surrounding Western Pennsylvania area on the Internet.
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) History, Genealogy, and Education Pages This well-organized section of the INS website provides researchers with record location information, historical background, helpful articles, a glossary of terms, and guides to various immigration records. Many of the guides are illustrated with images of actual records making it extremely helpful. Downloadable forms and fees schedules (including G-639 FOIA request forms) are available
My Melting Pot - Pennsylvania
Naturalizations: Researching Philadelphia Records

Sometimes we find our Carbon Ancestor may have not been naturalized in this county. Since sometimes they were naturalized after stepping foot on the boat or migrated here later it's possible they were naturalized in Philadelphia

How to find this out?
Go to the website
Fee for copy of Naturalizations on file at Phila. City Archives (1793 to 1930): $5.00 per set of papers for each name searched.

If the naturalization occurred after 27 Sept 1906, contact the INS through Form G-639 (see the end of that web page for more details). The Immigration and Naturalization Service (I.N.S.) has duplicate records of all naturalizations that occurred after 27 Sept 1906.

If the naturalization took place in a Federal court, naturalization indexes, declarations of intent, and petitions will usually be in the National Archives regional records services facility serving the State in which the Federal court is located. Some of these indexes and records have been microfilmed.
Nine Months in York Town

PA Adoption Search & Education Main Menu

has copies or text of relinquishment papers, adoption decrees, petitions to have records opened, info and fees and procedures for many counties, info on selecting a paid searcher, and how to make first contact.
PA Vital Stats Fee is $34 if you don't know the exact date of birth/death (they'll do a 10-yr. search). Make check payable to Vital Records.
If you want a fast response, you can place a phone order call [215-656-3126] and put it on your credit card.
PAGenWeb Project
Palatine Ship Lists to Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Biographies Project
Pennsylvnia Coal Mine Region
Pennsylvania Dutch Family History & Genealogy Website
Pennsylvania Genealogy
Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
Pennsylvania Iron Furnace Sourcebook
A Bibliographical Source to the 18th and 19th Century Iron Works, including the stone blast furnaces, blast furnaces, forges, foundries, and iron works of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Maps

Pennsylvania Resources Page

Other Pennsylvania Genealogical and Historical Resources on the Net.
Pennsylvania Volunteers - Civil War
Philadelphia City Archives
3101 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA  19104

Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday to Friday

Telephone: 215-685-9400
Fax: 215-685-9409
E mail: archives@phila.gov
Spanish American War - Pennsylvania
The State Library
A tribute to the Anthracite Miner
What's Changed at PaGenWeb
 


 
 

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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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