Digital images for hundreds of 19th century United States newspapers. Includes The Galveston Daily News (Texas' oldest newspaper) from 1874 until 1897.*
The largest historic newspaper source online containing tens of millions of searchable newspaper pages, dating as far back as the 1700s.
This collection was created in partnership with leading African American genealogists to develop a comprehensive mix of resources, records, and tools specifically pertaining to African Americans.*
Online resource for researching the soldiers, regiments, and battles of the American Civil War contains indexed, searchable information on over four million soldiers and thousands of battles, together with fifteen thousand photographs.*
One of the largest collections of family history data online. Ancestry Library Edition is the Ancestry.com database with an interface from Proquest.
Index to millions of biographical sketches in thousands of reference books.*
This collection represents a major portion of Clayton Library's holdings, most of which are not listed in the Houston Public Library Catalog.
Clayton Library has over 3000 genealogy and local history periodical titles. The periodical collection covers most US states and many foreign countries.
This database contains almost 40 million images of primary source materials. Many are available here for the first time.
Includes the "how-to" of genealogy research in addition to some ancestor information.*
U. S. Federal census records and other research materials for tracing family lineages.*
Contains land-ownership maps, historical atlases and other content indispensable for recreating frontier neighborhoods and tracking migrations of families across the United States.
Offers more than 10.5 million obituaries and death notices in full-image format from uninterrupted historical archives of top newspapers.*
Sanborn maps are historical large scale plans of a city drawn at a scale of 50 feet to an inch. These maps are used to trace the history and development of cities and are also helpful in genealogical and historical research.*
Includes all images and indexes for US censuses 1790-1940. Also contains over 1 billion newspaper articles, full text of modern U.S. newspaper obituaries, and enhanced Social Security Death Index (SSDI) records.
Directory of selected names in cemeteries around the United States and other countries.
Houston Public Library\'s Genealogical Collection.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saint\'s links to genealogical resources on the web.
Search for your ancestors among 121 million grave records. Also includes a Famous Grave Search.
Documents the history of the government and the citizens of Harris County as revealed through the county records and donated materials.
Houston City Directories for selected years between 1866 and 1922 are now available through the Houston Public Library Digital Archives.
Digital materials from collections covering the whole gamut of Texas history from prehistory to the present day. Along with all known Republic of Texas Era newspapers, you may discover anything from an ancestor\'s picture to a rare historical map.
Many sources and links for genealogical researchers.
The Voyages Database contains records of nearly 35,000 separate slaving voyages between 1514 and 1866, gleaned from original documents and historical publications located in archives, libraries, and other institutions throughout the world.
Network of volunteers working to create a center for genealogical research for every county in the United States.
Links are provided for users who want direct access to individual state and territory information.