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Useful Links
Arizona Genealogy clubs and societies

Check these links frequently for notices    
 about seminars, meetings or
      other special events.

Green Valley Genealogical Society.
GVGS is located in Green Vally AZ and is another society
whose purpose is to further genealogical research through
education.

Sun City Vistoso Genealogical Society.
SCVGS is located in Oro Valley, AZ at Sun City Vistoso.  
SCVGS provides its members with genealogical information
via speakers, and classes and membership is limited to Sun
City Vistoso residents.

Pima County Genealogy Society.
The Arizona State Genealogical Society (ASGS) ceased to
exist at the end of June 2011. A few of the former members
of that society have started a new group, the Pima County
Genealogy Society. The PCGS blog site is chock full of
announcements for free family history learning opportunities.

West Valley Genealogical Society.
WVGS serves Genealogists throughout the Northwest
Valley area of Maricopa County, Arizona. The WVGS is a
non-profit corporation dedicated to researching, recording,
and sharing genealogical & ethnic information.
Ancestry.com is the largest for-profit genealogy company in the
world. It operates a network of genealogical and historical
record websites focused on the United States and nine
foreign countries, develops and markets genealogical software,
and offers a wide array of genealogical related services. You
must
have a paid subscription to access it.

Cyndi's List  A comprehensive, categorized and cross-
referenced list of links that point you to genealogical research
sites online.

Family Search  Family History and Genealogy Research is the
Latter Day Saints  (Mormon) website.  Here you can find
information about relatives in the form of  already researched
information and/or you can look for microfilm or microfiche records.

Find A Grave   If you are looking for a grave site of someone
on your list, try searching these 108 million grave records.

Home Advisor - History at Home: A Guide to Genealogy  
Courtney is a mentor and tutor for a small group of kids who
are working on a genealogy project, and they found our website
while looking for resources. They asked if we could post a
link to this website that they thought useful. Thanks to
Courtney's After School Kids for this useful information.

National Archives  National Archives of US documents

Perpetual Calendar  Perpetual Calendar

Pinal County Library   For genealogy research and some
beginning genealogy books which can be downloaded, click
on the Research tab. Under Genealogy & History, click on
Gale Genealogy Connect, and enter your library card number.
When you are in Gale Genealogy Connect, click on
Genealogical Databases And Libraries. If you don’t have
a library card, you can apply online. Go to the Library Home
tab, scroll down near the bottom, under “Services” and click
on Library Cards.

Rootsweb provides genealogy help information. For people
who are wondering how to start, go to the home page and
click on Rootsweb's Guide to Tracing Family Trees, and under
General Subjects, click "Where to begin."