Access Subscription Sites
Visit the SAGHS Library, where you can explore sites that feature census, military, marriage, death, and immigration records, and so much more. Search historic newspapers, city directories, and school yearbooks—all online.
Are you eager to search for your ancestors online? Have you heard about the great features of subscription-based genealogy wesites, but you don't have access to these sites at home?
Have a seat at a library computer, and begin your adventure on these sites:
- American Ancestors (New England Historic Genealogical Society) – Don’t miss this site if you are interested in New England records. Search over 300 databases, including vital records, tax and voter lists, Bible records, court, land, and probate records, maps, and more.
- Ancestry – The vast resources of Ancestry include, but are not limited to, birth, marriage, death, immigration, and military records, as well as the U.S. census 1790-1940, city directories, and African-American and Jewish family history collections.
- Fold3 – Fold3 specializes in original military records, from the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the Civil War, World Wars I and II, and more recent wars.
- New York Genealogical and Biographical Society – This site includes early American newspapers, as well as resources with a New York focus, such as cemetery records, books, and religious records.
We hope to see you soon!