Arab Spring: An Interactive Timeline of Middle East Protests - Provided by The Guardian
Albany County GENWEB - Links to genealogical web sites with Albany County information including surname inquiry lists.
Albany County Hall of Records - Archives of the city and county of Albany, these official records contain many items of use to genealogists: marriage records, property records, tax rolls and naturalization information.
Civil War Records - Explains how to identify and locate civil war records at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
Family History Center (Mormon Church) - The Mormon Church has the largest genealogical library in the world; family genealogies, church records, census records, probate records from all over the world.
Library of Congress: Local History & Genealogy - Extensive print and non-print genealogical material from the United States and the rest of the world.
National Archives - Search the official United States records used in genealogical research: population censuses, military records, land records, and more.
National Archives' 1940 Census Records - The 1940 census population schedules were made available for research on April 2, 2012.
New York State Archives - Information on official state records useful for genealogists: birth, death, marriage records, military records, land records and more.
New York State Archives' Ancestry.com New York - Several New York repositories have formed a partnership with Ancestry.com to digitize family history records and make them available on line for free.
New York State Library - Research collection of genealogical materials covering New York State, the Northeast and the rest of the United States.
Vital Records - How to obtain birth, death, marriage, or divorce records from different states and territories.