Tulsa Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 35106
Tulsa, OK 74153
TGS President, Dorothy Becknell
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Tulsa City-County Library
Access the library catalog; locate, order and renew books; place interlibrary loan orders.

Tulsa Historical Society

Tulsa County Genweb

Another Tulsa County Site - Linda Haas Davenport

OKGenWeb - County research in Oklahoma

Creek County - Creek County GenWeb

Broken Arrow Genealogical Society

Sapulpa Genealogy Club

Oklahoma Genealogical Society

Oklahoma Historical Society - Click on Research area to access genealogical databases including the Dawes Final Rolls

First Families of the Twin Territories - An Invitation to Descendants of the Early Settlers of Oklahoma

First Families of Payne County, O.T. - (PO Box 2708, Stillwater, OK 74076)

Auxilary to the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War - Rachel Cormany No. 2, ASUVCW in Tulsa


Arkansas History Commission

Other Links of Interest

Conference Keeper
A list of Oklahoma State Genealogy Conferences/Opportunities available to the public. You will be able to check out other state opportunities as well.

Preparing to Do Research in a Major Genealogical Library
Handout from the TGS Mini Workshop presented by Barbara Becker Meehan, CGRS, FTGS and Janice Meredith, FTGS 17 April 2004

Researching Civil War Ancestors
Handout from the TGS Mini Workshop, Finding Your Ancestors' Civil War Records - Union and Confederate, presented by Hugh Keen and Kathy Huber, 22 March 2004. Revised by Hugh Keen 8 August 2005.

Tulsa City-County Library's Genealogy Center
The genealogy reference collection of the Tulsa City-County Library, located at Hardesty Regional Library, 8160 E. 93rd St.

Family History Library web site
Provided by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Social Security Death Index; Research Guidance & Research Helps; Family History Library Catalog; International Genealogical Index; Ancestral File. Pedigree Resource File and more.

Social Security Death Index (free); Search Genealogy Help section for articles; Search by locality for database and resource information.
Available by subscription. Check occasionally for free-trial periods.
Ancestry Library Edition, a slightly different version, is available with a library card, at any branch of the Tulsa City-County Library.

Information here had been posted by a huge network of volunteers. One of the most popular ways to use this site is to select the state, then the county where your ancestor lived.

Message boards, databases, research tools and good links.

Federation of Genealogical Societies
To locate a genealogical society in your area of interest, click on Society Hall.

National Genealogical Society
Click on Library Catalog, under Resources, to access the Online Library Catalog. Materials in the St. Louis County Library are available through your local library by interlibrary loan.

U.S. National Archives & Records Administration
The official site of the nation's archives.

Genealogy.com/Family Tree Maker Site
Learning Center/Research Directory. Find the index to the World Family Tree cd's. Many of these are available locally.

Cyndi’s List
Thousands of genealogy-related links.

A derivative of Libraryspot.com. Helpful links.

People Finders
A subscription resource article with helpful research ideas and links.

FamilyTree Magazine
Supersearch and resources. Subscribe to their free e-zine.

Bureau Of Land Management
U.S. Department of the Interior

Find locations on topographic maps.

U.S. Geological Survey Topographic Maps
Order topographic maps.

USGS National Mapping Information Query Form
Query Form for the United States and its territories.

1895 U.S. Atlas
The 1895 U.S. Atlas Project.

Virginia Patents & Grants
Library of Virginia - Virginia Land Office Patents & Grants/Northern Neck Grants & Surveys.

Locate addresses on United States locality maps.

Vital Chek
Information about obtaining birth, marriage, and death records.

U.S. Newspaper Program
The United States Newspaper Program is a cooperative national effort among the states and the federal government to locate, catalog, and preserve on microfilm newspapers published in the United States from the eighteenth century to the present. Funding is provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Technical assistance is furnished by the Library of Congress.

Oklahoma Division of Vital Records
How to obtain an Oklahoma birth or death Certificate.

A popular search engine.

Association of Professional Genealogists
Locate a researcher with the necessary specialty, such as geographic, ethnic, time period.

Board for Certification of Genealogists
Locate a certified specialist.

Eastman's Online Newsletter
Subscribe to his weekly newsletter or join in discussions.

Family, Local, American and World History, Resource Collection
A resource collection on family, local, American, and world history.

The Olive Tree
Free genealogy records for your ancestors.

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