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This page is meant as a starting point for those interested in District of Columbia genealogy. From here you can find links to a variety of information and records, including archives, libraries, bible, biographies, cemeteries, census, church, court, directories, emigration, immigration, gazetteers, land, property, maps, military, naturalization, citizenship, newspaper, periodical, probate, surname, taxation, vital, and voting.

Cemeteries in DC
Links and addresses to cemeteries in DC.

District of Columbia GenWeb
Archives were developed to provide free online data for genealogical research. These archives are dependent on volunteers, people just like you, donating their time by transcribing public domain records or other non-copyrighted primary sources.

District of Columbia GenWeb
Genealogical Research and Resources in the District of Columbia.

District of Columbia Roots Network
Links to research in DC.

Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
collected Washington, D.C.'s stories for over a century. In the pages that follow, we invite you to discover or rediscover a vibrant community where North and South, rich and poor, black and white, local and federal, national and international meet, with often surprising results. Welcome!

Library of Congress
The enormous size and variety of its collections make the Library of Congress the largest library in the world. Comprised of approximately 115 million items in virtually all formats, languages, and subjects, these collections are the single most comprehensive accumulation of human expression ever assembled. True to the Jeffersonian ideal, the collections are broad in scope, including research materials in more than 450 languages, over 35 scripts, and in many media.

Resource Center - Access Genealogy
This page is meant as a starting point for those interested in District of Columbia genealogy. From here you can find links to a variety of information and records, including archives, libraries, bible, biographies, cemeteries, census, church, court, directories, emigration, immigration, gazetteers, land, property, maps, military, naturalization, citizenship, newspaper, periodical, probate, surname, taxation, vital, and voting.

Welcome to Washington DC Migrations
Serving The Genealogical Community By Providing A Database For Sharing Ancestral Migratory Information. If your ancestors and relatives moved into, out of, or temporarily resided in Washington DC, this is the place to share your information and view other information shared by your colleagues.

 
 
     
 
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