Always FREE Genealogy - Special Projects
The Archives Project - Archives is a digital library that curates a variety of contributed transcriptions, documents, images, and photos. Collections include Census Images, Court Cases, Digital Maps, Marriages, Newsletter, Obituaries, Pension, and Special Collections.
The Family Group Sheets Project - FGS is a growing curated collection of family lineages, supported by many contributors for over 20 years.
The Genealogical Events Project - GenEvents provides a calendar of genealogical classes, events, seminars, family reunions and museum openings.
The USGenWeb Kidz Project - Kidz is dedicated to helping you and your children or students learn about genealogy and contains topics for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level researchers.
The Tombstone Transcription & Photo Project - Tombstones is a collection of transcribed inscriptions from headstones, monuments, and cemetery surveys, and includes cemetery information. The Photo project contains images of headstones, markers, and memorials.
THE US AFRICAN AMERICAN GRIOTS PROJECT - GRIOTS provides an opportunity to find records unique to the “African American Experience”, and curates military, vital, surname, probate records and photos.
[Disclaimer: Please note that although these projects have been named as USGW or USGenWeb Special Projects, The USGenWeb Project itself does not maintain nor manage any of these projects. They are stand alone projects that were added over the past 20+ years. As each of these projects was created by and managed by others, the National Coordinator, nor the Advisory Board, cannot control what is added or manage the update of these projects, nor do the volunteers therein answer to the National Coordinator or the Advisory Board. Should you wish to volunteer for one of the project, please contact the coordinator(s) who appear to be directly connected to them. ]
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