Alaska Vital Records Online

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The following online sites may assist you in your search for Alabama Vital Records. Free sites are listed first, followed by sites with partial free and fee-based access to their collections, then finally fee-based sites are listed that charge a fee for searching most of their vital record databases.

  • FHLFavorites.info - Professionals at The Family History Library (FHL) have compiled their favorite links for their areas of specialization. Links for Alaska and the entire World have been available on the FHL computers in Salt Lake City, Utah and are now available online. Free 
  • Rootsweb.org is the Free portion of Ancestry.com. Vital Record Links for Alaska are mixed in with all databases for the State. Free
  • USGenWeb.org - The USGenWeb is dedicated to gathering genealogical data and providing free access for every county and state of the United States. At USGenWeb.org there is a link for each of the 50 states. The state pages, including Alaska have links to each of the counties of that state. Take time to explore the counties and states related to your research and check back from time to time for new content.  Free
  • Vital Records Search and Information Directory for Alaska. Free
  • Linkpendium.com has a rapidly growing collection of over 8 million genealogy links including the United States, state-wide Alaska links and separate links for each county. Some of these links are free. Free/$  
  • Ancestry.com - A limited, but growing, collection of indexed Alaska Vital Records may be found in the collection of Alaska Historical Records at Ancestry.com. There is a fee to search most of Ancestry.com's online databases if the subscription is not canceled after the initial trial period. You may contact your local library or archives to see if they offer free public access to Ancestry.com with a library card. $