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Genealogy Resources

  • MoGenWeb, the Missouri Site of USGenWeb. Find out about genealogical research in Missouri and the U.S.

  • State Library of Missouri The librarians at the Reference Desk assists patrons with their genealogy research.

  • FamilySearch The Internet Genealogy service of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

  • Allen County Public Library Genealogy Resources--People say, this library is worth the trip for those doing family history research

  • Missouri Soldiers Database The Soldiers Database is a comprehensive database abstracted from the individual service cards and listing more than 576,000 Missourians who served in the military from territorial times through World War I. It includes entries for twelve wars and military engagements in which Missouri soldiers took part. These range from well-known wars, such as the War of 1812, the Mexican War, the Spanish-American War, and World War I, to the battles that were peculiarly Missourian, including the Heatherly War of 1836, the Mormon War of 1838, and the Iowa (Honey) War of 1839.

  • Missouri Authors Directory A project of the Missouri Center for the Book

  • Missouri Public Records Online Maintained by Search Systems.net.

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