eResearch Databases: Genealogy

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  • American Ancestors
    A collection of databases created by the New England Genealogical Society. (In Library use only)
  • Ancestry Library Edition
    This comprehensive genealogy resource allows users to search and view original records from the Federal Census 1790-1930 & records from city directories, Social Security Death Index, passenger lists & more. (In Library Use Only)
  • Brooklyn Newsstand: Brooklyn Daily Eagle Online
    Search the historical Brooklyn Daily Eagle newspaper and view images of articles published between 1841 and 1955.
  • Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers
    Search and view historical newspapers from selected states, including full page images of New York's The Sun (1880 to 1910) and The New York Tribune (1880 to 1922).
  • FamilySearch.org
    FamilySearch.org is a free website that contains many worldwide digitized records. However, in order to view the records you need to register with them.
  • Find My Past
    Contains millions of records including UK parish records, census records, Irish records, British military records and New York Roman Catholic parish records. (In Library Use Only)
  • Fold3
    A database of American military, naturalization, and federal census records.
  • HeritageQuest Online
    Genealogists can view digital images of U.S. Federal Census from 1790 to 1940 as well as digitized images of over 25,000 local history books.
  • MyHeritage Library Edition
    Collection of genealogy records from around the world including censuses, passenger lists, family histories, and more.
  • New York Times Historical
    Search the complete run of the historical New York Times with full text page images from every issue starting from the paper's inception in 1851 through 3 years ago.
  • Old Fulton New York Post Cards
    Search over 26,108,000 old New York historical newspapers. Included in the collection are issues of Suffolk County News from 1900 to 1986 (with some gaps).
  • Suffolk Historic Newspapers
    A collection of local newspapers with full text articles published at the late 19th century. Newspapers included are South Side Signal, The Long Islander, The Long Island Traveler, The Corrector, The Mid-Island Mail, The Port Jefferson Echo, Sag Harbor Express, and Suffolk County News and others.