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Located at 631 D Street, 402.474.3363. Click on the "Contact Us" tab for hours and other information. The American Historical Society of Germans from Russia has developed a strong genealogy program. Its purpose is to help individual with family research and to make information we have available. Links at the site include surname and family charts, ancestor lists and census records.
Guide to Canada ancestry, family history and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and military records.
The Denton Community Historical Society (DCHS) holds as its primary responsibility to collect, preserve, research and interpret objects, artifacts, documents and published materials relative to the heritage and cultural environment of people and events in the Village of Denton and the surrounding areas of Denton, Berks, Cheese Creek, Rokeby, Yankee Hill, Burnham, Cobb Junction, Centerville and Emerald.
The Lancaster County Nebraska GenWeb site.
Located in the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints, 3000 Old Cheney Road. Call 402.423.4561 for information and availability of resources. All family history researchers are welcome to use this Center. The Center has a permanent collection of microfilm. In addition, microfilm records may be ordered for a nominal fee from the LDS Main library and reviewed at the library. Volunteers are available to help researchers at this Center.
Click on the "Locations and Phone Numbers" tab for information about the Main library and the various branches. Lincoln City Libraries has a number of genealogical resources including city directories and specialized databases including Heritage Quest. Lincoln City Libraries also has the Ancestry Library edition which must be used on-site.
Located at 926 P. St. Call (402) 473-7297 for more information or to make an appointment. Fees apply to requests made by phone, mail, email, or in person. Fee schedule and other information about the archives available at website.
Nebraska MemoriesNebraska Memories is a cooperative project to digitize Nebraska-related historical and cultural heritage materials and make them available to researchers of all ages via the Internet. Nebraska Memories is brought to you by the Nebraska Library Commission. The Nebraska Memories database houses digital collections created by Nebraska libraries and cultural heritage institutions such as museums and historical societies. Primary source materials such as manuscripts, diaries, photographs, sheet music, maps and oral histories are being targeted for inclusion.
Located on the lower level of the Cochrane-Woods Library, 5000 St. Paul Ave. Call 402.465.2175 for information and availability of research materials. The Nebraska United Methodist Church Historical Center preserves the history of United Methodism and its predecessors in Nebraska. The Center is open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. The Historical Center serves as the official repository for the Archives of the Nebraska Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, a resource for local churches in the preparation and preservation of their history, and a museum featuring historical treasures of the church. Individuals seeking historical information are encouraged to visit the Center; research assistance is available if necessary. There is a personal research fee of $30 per hour. Photocopies are 25 cents. Contact the Historical Center offices for researching and appointments.
The Preservation Association of Lincoln (PAL) is a private, 501(c)(3) tax exempt, non-profit, self-supporting, Nebraska organization. Our efforts are made possible through community support. We believe that we all have a responsibility to protect our historic places. They are a valuable resource, helping us understand the past while enriching the quality of our lives and the character of our community. The members of PAL invite you to join us in preserving our past for generations to come.
Located in the Diocesan offices, 3400 Sheridan Blvd. Call 402.488.0921 to make an appointment to visit this archive. This archive has biographies and histories pertaining to the parishes in the Catholic Diocese of Lincoln. The archive also has some early Catholic directories for the entire United States. Diocesan records that pre-date 1920 are also available for research through the historian. The Lincoln Diocese includes all of Nebraska south of the Platte River.
Huntingdon County and the Seigniories of Chateauguay and Beauharnois This searchable Church Registers Database contains the detailed information extracted from some 60,000 records found in 187 sources among the original Church registers. Many of these sources are not included among archived microfilms or other published resources..
Located at 13th and R. St. Hours, services and phone numbers at website. Numerous special collections. The library has an excellent history and map collection. Love Library also has a large collection of United States government documents and collections relating to ethnic groups e.g., Czechoslovakian, Latvian, Danish, Japanese and Russian. Military, agricultural and railroad histories are among other resources available.