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Known as the keeper of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. But they also hold in trust for the public the records of ordinary citizens—for example, military and naturalization records.
A free resource provided by LDS, you must create an account to search their records. Initiative stems from their beliefs—"that families are meant to be central to our lives and that family relationships are intended to continue beyond this life."
The WorldGenWeb Project is a non-profit, volunteer based organization dedicated to providing genealogical and historical records and resources for world-wide access!
Thank you JoJo!
Great recommendation for building a family tree online. Family Echo
Virtual Reference (E-books)
U. S. Immigration and MigrationThe almanac volumes tell of the economic, religious and political forces that compelled people to seek a better life in a new land. These same forces later inspired the migration of many Americans to other areas in mass movements such as the Westward Expansion; the rural to urban migration; the Great Migration of blacks in the early part of the 20th century; and the migration to the Sunbelt starting in the 1960s.
A systematic guide to the history and current status of 315 cultural groups outside the United States, including 25 groups new to the set. In nine volumes, the Encyclopedia is intended to offer students background and current status on cultures of the countries they are most likely to study.
You may find these two e-books helpful for this project.