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    I know is a good site to look stuff up and reasonable.

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    Which are some other worthy ones out there?
    Last edited by Paul G; 08-04-2009, 11:25 AM. is what it is...

  • #2
    Hey Wyo_Rose

    Yeah, this is on the other thread as well, asking for good websites for research purposes. There are many many site out there. Basically the good ones are the ones that actually have the information right from the Vital Records or the Counties or the tribes.

    What I mean by that is that there are thousands of sites for people to put in their own family info for other's to see, but you never actually see how or where they got the info to verify that it is actually accurate.

    There are many many good ones too that list vital records, I sure don't know all of them. But I do have my favorites and Rootsweb is one of them. And it's totally free. You just have to go in and look around 'cause there is so much info from all the states and it's a good site.


    • #3
      Whoops. Didn't see the resources thing. Just thought this forum needed more than 1 thread. is what it is...


      • #4
        Originally posted by wyo_rose View Post
        Whoops. Didn't see the resources thing. Just thought this forum needed more than 1 thread.
        Oh that's fine. What about changing it to "What are some good resources for looking stuff up besides on the internet?"

        That would work.


        • #5
          what are good places or resources for other tribes, besides CHEROKEE?????

          like the Sisseton or Oneida?????
          Well will wonders never cease.....


          • #6
            Originally posted by Okwataga View Post
            what are good places or resources for other tribes, besides CHEROKEE?????

            like the Sisseton or Oneida?????
            Each tribe is different. Many of the tribes has a library where you can find info or you can check many of the general websites and they cover all Tribes, not just Cherokee. Although Cherokee has the most out there that I've seen so far.

            I've also found other tribes on these websites and much info on their ancestors. Tribes such as: Kiowa, Choctaw, Arapaho, Cheyenne. Mission NDN's and many more that I've looked up here and there.

            Many of these tribes now have their own official websites as well and many of those have history sections and other usefull information.


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