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6 September 2006


We try to use up-to-date information, but Email, web and US mail address and telephone numbers change often. The only way to see if you can connect, is to try. Send us an email if you find a change so that we can share it with others. Send us your recommendations for additions. Thanks, Swiftwater.  Editor.


AAG International Research-Native American Ancestry/American Indian Genealogy. A Professional Genealogy and Research site http://www.intl-research.com/native.htm .

Algonquian Language http://www.native-languages.org/lenape.htm

All-in-One Genealogist's Search   http://www.gensearcher.com .

Amazon.com for Book Research/Orders   http://www.amazon.com   

American Indian Studies   http://www.csulb.edu/projects/ais  

American Indian Library Association http://www.nativeculturelinks.com/aila.html 

American Language Reprint Serieshttp://www.evolpub.com/ALR/ALRbooks.html

Ancestry/MyFamily - A commercial site with references to its own products, and free web space for members. It has a very informative free daily newsletter that includes several new downloads free each day. The newsletter is also published in a weekly digest form.  http://www.myfamily.com 

Barbara Renick's Z-Roots List of Links to All Kinds of Genealogical Web Sites  http://www.zroots.com/links.htm 

Beginning Genealogical Research: The National Records and Research Administration: http://www.nara.gov/genealogy/begin.html 

Beginning Genealogical Research for England and Wales: http://www.oz.net/~markhow/ukbegin.htm  

Bureau of Land Management Online Records. The Official Federal Land Patent Site   http://www.glorecords.blm.gov  

Catholic Native American Indian Mission Church School Records Sources Guide  Catholic Native American Indian  http://www.marquette.edu/library/collections/archives/NativeGuide/Mguide-intro-KS.html

Cherokee History and Genealogy   http://www.rootsweb.com/~cherokee 

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints  - The official web site that offers help to beginning genealogists.   http://www.familysearch.org

American Civil War Research Database   http://www.civilwardata.com 

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet - Cyndi Howells has created and maintains a series of web pages with more than 73,000 links in over a hundred subjects. www.cyndislist.com

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Mailing Lists    www.cyndislist.com/mailing.htm 

Delaware History   http://www.dickshovel.com/dela.html 

Delaware Nation News hlair@speedfactory.net  by Ken Holton  of Atlanta, Georgia, a Western Delaware.

Delaware Tribe.com No link established at the present time. As explained in the home page, this is not the official site of the Delaware tribe of Indians (Eastern Delaware Tribe). The mission of the site: "This information has been brought to the web for Delaware Tribal Members.  This is a medium where everyone may chat about whatever we like.  We can discuss powwows, language, meetings, policies, etc.  On a more serious note, many of you have problems that you have been unable to resolve.  This site may not help to solve all the problems of the Tribe however, it is meant to give the tribal members a place to chat.  Sometimes we all need someone to talk to.  I'm certain that there are people that are involved with the Tribe, that have felt frustrated, intimidated and hopeless.  The people that can help may not necessarily even see what we discuss here.  Then again, maybe they will.  So let's try to keep this civil.  Remember, we are Native Americans, not savages."

Dick Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter www.ancestry.com/library/view/columns/eastman/eastman.asp

Discover Genealogy WebRings   http://www.accessgenealogy.com/rings 

Eastern Oklahoma Delaware Tribe of Indians   http://www.delawaretribeofindians.nsn.us

Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter. Free and informative.    www.rootscomputing.com 

Family Search Internet. This is the Church of latter Day Saints (LDS) research site. You can search their catalog, download pedigree files, and check or verify data that you have. This is a good site to go to for finding leads into your ancestry.  www.familysearch.org 

Family Tree Maker - A commercial site with search engines and references to its own data, of course. It also some free how-to-do-research ideas. All the commercial sites are worth checking into to see what they offer at no obligation.   www.familytreemaker.com 

Finding Useful Information on the Internet: A Case Study   www.familyhistory.terrashare.com

First Things First-How to Research   http://www.aol.com/tawodi/how-to.htm   

Fuller/Gaunt Genealogy Resources on the Internet   www.rootsweb.com./~jfuller/internet.html

Genealogy Bulletin - A weekly, free, online publication by Heritage Quest www.GenealogyBulletin.com 

Genealogy.com  Data Online and CDs  www.genealogy.com/cdhome.html 

Genealogy Directory - This is a great site with all kinds of useful links. Give it a try! http://www.gendirectory.com 

Genealogy Library (over 2,600 books)   www.genealogy/library.com

Genealogy Site Finder   www.genealogy.com/links/index.html 

Genealogy Today - Native American http://dir.genealogytoday.com/native_american.html

Genealogy Toolbox - A good site that offers eight major items: genealogy news, genealogy-oriented search engines, a web magazine called Journal of Online Genealogy, genealogy software toolbox that compares software and research aids, genealogy bookstores, genealogy site finder, a directory of genealogy sites, a place to ask about genealogy research efforts, and a registration place for new genealogy web sites.   www.genealogytoolbox.com 

Gen Forum   www.genforum.com

GEN-NEWBIE - A good place to get started in doing genealogy research www.rootsweb.com/~newbie  

GenWebIndex to Genealogies on the Web   www.gendex.com 

Gen Web Introduction - A volunteer group which organizes genealogical data  and references on a global basis by geographical location. In the United States it is based on the county and state.    www.genweb.org 

Getting started http://www.ancestry.com/learn/start/main.htm

Getting started http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/ancmag/2082.asp

Getting Started in Genealogy and Family History, particularly in the United Kingdom www.genuki.org.uk/gs

A Guide to Native American Genealogy  http://geneasearch.com/ethnic/nativeam.htm  

Heritage Quest - A commercial site that in addition to providing references to its own data, provides a free overview of genealogy in general and how to begin on the web in clear and concise manner    www.heritagequest.com/genealogy/help

History of the Cherokee    http://pages.tca.net/martikw

Index of Native American History Resources on the Internet: http://www.hanksville.org/NAresources/indices/NAhistory.html

Indian Burial Ground and Preserved Sites: http://www.hanksville.org/NAresources/indices/NAhistory.html  http://www.ibsgwatch.imagedjinn.com/learn/learn2.htm#controversy

Indian Census Records http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/census/index.htm  

Indian Country Today -  http://www.indiancountry.com/index.cfm?key=2                 

Internet Family Finder    www.genealogy.com/ifftop.html

Kansas Delaware Tribe of Indians. Web site:  http://www.kansasdelaware.com 

Kindred Konnections     www.mytrees.com

Latter Day Saints Family Search/Internet Genealogy Service   http://www.familysearch.org  

Lenape-Delaware History  http://lenapedelawarehistory.net/mirror  

Lenape Talking Dictionary http://www.talk-lenape.com/  

Lenni Lenape Historical Society and Museum of Indian Culture  http://www.lenape.org 

Library of Congress - The Library of Congress is one of the world's premier collections of U.S. and foreign and local historical publication.   http://www.loc.gov   Mail address: Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Division, 1st-2nd Street, SE, Washington, DC 20540.    

Map of U.S. Surname Distribution     www.hamrick.com/names/index.html 

MESA (The MetaEmailSearchAgent) for finding many listed email addresses  http://mesa.rrzn.uni-hannover.de

My Family Tree House     http://www.members.aol.com/kathyehyde

My Home pages   http://www.itsjudy.com

Nanticoke Indians of New Jersey   http://www.nanticoke-lenape.org

National Archival Information Locator (NAIL) . A searchable database of the National Archive Records.     http://wwwnarc.gov/nara/nail.html

National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) - The overall web site is http://www.nara.gov  The National Archives Building in Washington, D.C. (Archives I), houses textual and microfilm records relating to genealogy, American Indians, pre-World II military and maritime matters, the District of Columbia, federal courts, and Congress. Mail address: 8th and Pennsylvania Avenues, Washington, DC 20408. Tel: 202-501-5410 (Genealogical Staff), 202-501-5400 (Record Availability). Email   inquire@arch1.nara.gov 

National Genealogical Society -  Free tips, consumer protection warnings, information on genealogy clubs and study trips.  The collection includes nearly 30,000 books, two-thirds of which are available in open stacks. The remaining materials are in open storage and can be retrieved by request. This may require a wait of hours or days. In addition to works of family and local history, the library has an extensive reference collection.  Mail address: 4527 Seventeenth Street North, Arlington, VA 22207-2399.  Tel: Office  703-525-0050  Toll free 800-473-0060  Library  703-841-9065.  http://www.ngsgenealogy.org    Email:  Inquiries   76702.2417@compuserve.com  library  ngslibe@wizard.net

National Museum of the American Indian http://www.nmai.si.edu/

National Native American News. Probably the best site of its kind on the Internet. http://indianz.com

National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution - Non-DARE members pay a  fee for use of the library for research. The library is a comprehensive facility got historical and genealogical research. The collection includes local history in America, from state, county, town and church materials, genealogies, biographies and vital records. Mail address: National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1778 D Street NW, Washington, DC 20006-3303. Tel: 202-628-1776. Email     dar@chesapeake.net 

Native American Genealogy and History -

Native American Genealogy, Native American Nations, Tribe, and Bands http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pointe/1028/native.htm 

Native American Genealogy Web Site, created by the Missouri State Historical Society. Includes text and a number of reference links to major collections of Native American materials. Trying to find valid site.

Native American Legacy in Delaware, Maryland, and New Jersey http://www.misawokett.com/MainMenu.html    

Native America national  news items called Your Internet Resource http://www.indianz.com

Native Americans in Indiana  http://www.connerprairie.org/historyonline/indnam.html                                              

Native Technology and Art     http://www.nativetech.org  

Native Web. Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the World. All kinds of interesting articles, with lots of material on Native Americans.     http://www.nativeweb.org

The Provisional Government of Nebraska Territory and the Journal of  William Walker (1899)   

Rooters Mailing List     http://www.genexchange.org/maillistform.cfm?cat=misc       

Roots Web (Many separate databases, indexes, etc.)   www.rootsweb.com

Russian Lenape Web Site  http://www.geocities.com/nd7people/Elenap.html 

Super Search (Searches 12 major sites at once)     www.familytreemagazine.com/Search 

Telephone Directories (Current, searchable)    www.infobel.com/teldir

Traditional Abenaki of Mazipskwik and Related  Bands
http://www.hmt.com/abenaki    "We are a Native American Nation comprised of descendants of the Alnobak (Abenaki Indians) that have inhabited N'Dakinna, also known as Vermont, Southern Quebec, and parts of New York state and New Hampshire for over 12,000 years. As a people, Western Abenakis trace their roots to the Lenni Lenape and share most of the traditions, stories, ceremonies and language of our Algonkian relations. Since the early 1600s, many of our people have intermarried with our Iroquoian neighbors and we maintain a strong connection to them. In the early 18002, several of our bands, along with the Munsee Delawares. moved near the Six Nations in Canada where our people practiced the Big House Ceremony and shared ceremony with the Cayuga. The five primary clans of our people are Turtle, Bear, Beaver, Dove, and Otter. Before European contact, our people numbered close to 70,000."  

U. S. Battles fought by Native Americans   http:///www.genexchange.org/native.cfm   

US Gen Web (www summary by state and county     www.usgenweb.org

United Kingdom and Ireland     www.genuki.org.uk

World Gen Web (Lists of www sites of all countries)    www.worldgenweb.org

Wyandot Nation of Kansas   http://www.sfo.com/~denglish/wynaks  

Wyandot Nation of Oklahoma   http://www.wyandot.org/oklahoma   

(Let me know if there is a good genealogy site or Native American Site that you would recommend. Also, please let me know if any link does not work for you so that I can check it out. Editor:   I would appreciate anyone having the time to check out some of the web sites to ensure that the links are working. Tom Hahn  swiftwater@lenapedelawarehistory.net

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