Discover … eGGSA (The virtual branch of the South African Genealogical Society)

eGGSA is the acronym for the virtual branch of the Genealogical Society of South Africa.  According to their website the ‘Genealogical Society of South Africa (GSSA) is an international organization of people engaged in the study of genealogy, family trees and family history with a South African connection’. From the first small colony established by … Continue reading Discover … eGGSA (The virtual branch of the South African Genealogical Society)

Discover … Internet Archive

Internet Archive:  Described as ‘a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.’[1] Internet Archive is a great site to search for just about anything. The “Wayback Machine” allows the archives of the web to be searched.  Users are then able to view archived web pages even for web sites … Continue reading Discover … Internet Archive

Discover … Fulton History

Fulton History is a historical newspaper site containing over 37 million newspaper pages (as of December 2016)[1] from the USA and Canada, as well as a few other locations. Even more remarkable is that the site is run by one person, Tom Tryniski, of Fulton, New York. Besides access to millions of newspaper pages, there … Continue reading Discover … Fulton History

Discover … The Arizona Memory Project

The Arizona Memory Project is a project of the Arizona State Library, Archives and  Public Records. The site provides access to a wealth of primary source documents, photographs, maps and other multimedia items showcasing Arizona’s past and present. A specific collection can be searched (of which there are over 270) or a general search of … Continue reading Discover … The Arizona Memory Project