This page describes American genealogical related journals and databases available through the UNT Libraries.
These resources provide access to records and documents relevant to genealogy research, including U.S. Census, immigration records, military records and more.
Users of Ancestry Library Edition can view public family trees and message boards, but cannot create their own or post messages. Library Edition users are also not able to create a log in for saving groups of records. These tools are only available to individual Ancestry subscribers.
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Newspapers provide genealogists information about their ancestors including birth, marriage, and death records, as well as information that provides context to where and how they lived.
Government documents offer information for genealogists. The U.S. Congressional Serial Set contains military records, immigration records, land records, lists of government employees, pension records, as well as much, much more. Private Law introduced or passed by Congress may offer information about an ancestor. Additionally, government record collections may include court documents, investigations or interviews?
Available to users outside the UNT community, the UNT Digital Library and Portal to Texas History provide access to a wealth of content including newspapers, city directories, school annuals and more.