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RECOMMENDED INTERNET LINKS

Below are a selection of Internet sites that may be of value to visitors to this site. The list is limited as there are literally hundreds of thousands of sites related to genealogy, history and family history research. If you know of a site that would be of unique interests, please send its vital information to me.

Charles "Chuck" Arthur Bliley
Rochester, New York, U.S.A.
K3NAU@AOL.com

Updated: March 9, 2013


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ERIE AND ERIE COUNTY RESOURCES

  • Erie County, Pennsylvania GenWeb Project
  • Erie County Public Library--Genealogy Information
  • Erie County Historical Society and Museums
  • The Erie Society for Genealogical Research
  • Corry Historical Museum
  • Corry Area Historical Society's Links Page
  • Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
  • Pennsylvania Vital Records Links Page
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    GENERAL INTEREST

  • Cyndi's List
  • Church of the Latter Day Saints Family History
  • Guidelines For Publishing Web Pages On The Internet
  • ERIE AND ERIE COUNTY RESOURCES

     Erie County, Pennsylvania GenWeb Project

     Erie County Public Library--Genealogy Information

    The public library at the bay front in Erie is one of the great resources for local, regional and state history information. The staff is helpful and most any book on the shelves can be copies on the walk-up copier.

    They also have a fairly comprehensive index of obituaries beginning in 1822 that can be ordered over the Internet for a small fee from their extensive collection of publications on microfilm. You can use the paper index at the library and view the obituaries on your own. Printing is 25 cents a page from the microfilm reader. This index is of obituaries and may, or may not, include death notices. The index of obituaries since 1987 is available on the library site.

     Erie County Historical Society and Museums

    The The Historical Society of Erie County operates several museums and has a wonderful research library and staff in their new archive in teh Hagen History Center next to the Curtze-Watson Meuseum on West 6th Street in Erie. The only limitation is the staff must make all copies of any material you find. Admission to the library is free.

    The society has several archival collections of Erie professional photographers covering the last half of the 19th Century up to the Second World War. The price for reproduction of these photographs is very noniminal.

    Erie County Historical Society and Museums
    356 West Sixth Street
    Erie, PA 16507
    Hours: Call the society number below for hours of operation.
    Telephone: Phone: (814) 454-1813
    Web Site: www.ErieHistory.com/

     The Erie Society for Genealogical Research

    A non-profit organization run by volunteer officers. The Society is an affiliation of the Erie County Historical Society located at 417-419 State Street in Erie, Pennsylvania. Meetings are held every second Tuesday of each month [except August] at 7:00 p.m. EST/EDT at the Erie County Historical Society. They have many publications for sale on their site.

     Corry Historical Museum

    This Erie County, Pennsylvania site has lots of interesting stories about my grandmother Dawson's home town. It features a selection of photos of the museum collection and often old photos of local business and historical people.

     Corry Area Historical Society's Links Page

     Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

     Pennsylvania Vital Records Links Page

      GENERAL INTEREST

     Cyndi's List

    This an incredible site that seems to have links to just about anything you may need to do genealogy research, develop related Web sites and how to get organized.

     Church of the Latter Day Saints Family History

     Guidelines For Publishing Web Pages On The Internet (PDF)

    As Recommended by the National Genealogical Society, May 2000

     Ancestry.com

    No doubt everyone knows of Ancestry.com and their services. It has been a great resorouce for me and should be for you. Basic infroamtin is frequently available for free, but the real gold is only available through a paid subscription, or in some cases through a pulbic library subscription. Here are a few highlights: