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Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, 1861-1865 (DUVCW) a non-profit organization, was founded by and for women who are direct descendants of Union veterans who fought for the preservation of our Nation during the American Civil War. We are the oldest and largest U.S. Civil War women’s organization genealogically based on lineal descent. DUVCW was incorporated in Massillon, Ohio in 1885 and endorsed by the Grand Army of the Republic in 1900. Members currently reside in 26 states and the District of Columbia and meet in local groups called Tents. We work to preserve history and promote patriotism. We do this by helping to preserve Civil War battlefields, historic sites and Union monuments, and by participating in ceremonies on national and local holidays. We have a scholarship program. The Daughters also maintain a free public Civil War Museum in Springfield, Illinois.
[Located in Category: Ethnic Research]
Website and Organization Management Tools for Non-Programmers.
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Although this group is called Italain Genealogical Group they have done extensive indexing of New York City Records.
[Located in Category: New York City Research]
The database of burial information is updated each day. Search for burial locations of veterans and their family members in VA National Cemeteries, state veterans cemeteries, various other military and Department of Interior cemeteries, and for veterans buried in private cemeteries when the grave is marked with a government grave marker. The Nationwide Gravesite Locator includes burial records from many sources. These sources provide varied data; some searches may contain less information than others. Information on veterans buried in private cemeteries was collected for the purpose of furnishing government grave markers, and we do not have information available for burials prior to 1997.
[Located in Category: Military]
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Housed at the Historical Museum is the Gledhill Library. The Gledhill Library was dedicated in 1967 to W. Edwin and Andriette Gledhill, who served for many years as the Society's Executive Director and Curator, respectively. The Gledhill Library is a research, non-circulating collection open to the public. Collections focus on the history of Santa Barbara County with additional materials on California history and history of the American West. Holdings include books and pamphlets, photographs, maps, audio oral histories, newspaper files, clipping and ephemera files, manuscripts and government records.
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
The Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization, founded in 1986, with the goal of helping Hispanics/Latinos research their family history.
[Located in Category: Ethnic Research]
[Located in Category: Historical Societies]
[Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]