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'''Delaware Public Archives<br>'''121 Duke of York St&nbsp;<br>Dover, DE 19901<br>Telephone: 302-744-5000<br>Fax: 302-739-6710<br>Website: http://archives.delaware.gov/&nbsp;<br><br>A guide to some of their records is:  
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'''Delaware Public Archives<br>'''121 Duke of York St&nbsp;<br>Dover, DE 19901<br>Telephone: 302-744-5000<br>Fax: 302-739-6710<br>Website: http://archives.delaware.gov/&nbsp;<br><br>A guide to some of their records is: Mattern, Joanne, and Harold B. Hancock, comps. ''A Preliminary Inventory of the Older Records in the Delaware Archives''. Dover, Delaware: Delaware Public Archives, 1978. (Family History Library&nbsp;fiche 6331225.) This source briefly describes jurisdiction, record type, number of volumes, and dates covered. '''National Archives—Mid-Atlantic Region<br>'''900 Market Street<br>Philadelphia, PA 19107-4292<br>Telephone: 215-606-0116<br>Fax: 215-305-2038<br>Website: http://www.archives.gov/midatlantic/ '''The Delaware Genealogical Society'''<br>505 Market Street Mall<br>Wilmington, DE 19801-3091 <br>Website: http://delgensoc.org/ '''The Historical Society of Delaware<br>'''505 Market Street Mall<br>Wilmington, DE 19801-3091<br>Telephone: 302-655-7161<br>Fax: 302-655-7844<br>E-mail:&nbsp;[mailto:hsd@hsd.org <u>hsd@hsd.org&nbsp;&nbsp;</u>]<br>Website: http://www.hsd.org/ '''The Historical Society of Pennsylvania and Library<br>'''1300 Locust Street<br>Philadelphia, PA 19107-5699<br>Telephone: 215-732-6200<br>Fax: 215-732-2680<br>Website: http://www.hsp.org/&nbsp;<br><br>'''The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania<br>'''215 South Broad Street<br>Philadelphia, PA 19107-5325<br>Telephone: 215-545-0391<br>Fax: 215-545-0936<br>Website: http://www.genpa.org/ '''University of Delaware Library<br>'''181 South College Avenue<br>Newark, DE 19717-5267<br>Telephone: 302-831-2965<br>Website: http://www.lib.udel.edu/ '''Hagley Museum and Library<br>'''P.O. Box 3630<br>Wilmington, DE 19807-0630<br>Telephone: 302-658-2400<br>Fax: 302-658-0545 <br>Website: http://www.hagley.lib.de.us/ The records and publications of more than 1,000 businesses, and some families, especially the DuPont and related families, are at the Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Library. A guide to their records is: Riggs, John Beverley. ''A Guide to Manuscripts in the Eleutherian Mills Historical Library''. . . Greenville, Delaware: [http://38.115.62.80/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&amp;PAGE=First Eleutherian Mills Historical Library], 1970. This guide lists records acquired through 1965. The supplement lists records acquired through 1975. For more information about Delaware repositories see: Holley, Barbara Ann, ed. ''Directory of Libraries and Information Sources in the Philadelphia Area'' ''(''Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware'')''. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Special Libraries Association, Philadelphia Chapter, 1977. (Family History Library film 1036557 item 9.) Briefly lists address, phone, hours, collection, and use of interlibrary loan. Historical Records Survey (Delaware). ''Inventory of the County Archives of Delaware. Number 1. New Castle County''. Dover, Delaware: The Public Archives Commission, 1941. (Family History Library&nbsp;film 897354 item 1; fiche 6051279.) Detailed description of each record type including years covered, number of volumes, and contents. === Computer Networks and Bulletin Boards === Computers with modems are important tools for obtaining information from selected archives and libraries. The Internet, certain computer bulletin boards, and commercial on-line services help family history researchers: *Locate other researchers *Post queries *Send and receive E-mail *Search large databases *Search computer libraries *Join in computer chat and lecture sessions You can find computerized research tips and information about ancestors from Delaware in a variety of sources at local, state, national, and international levels. The list of sources is growing rapidly. Most of the information is available at no cost. Addresses on the Internet change frequently. As of June 2007, the following sites are important gateways linking you to many more network and bulletin board sites: === [[USGenWeb|The USGenWeb Project]]<br>=== A cooperative effort by many volunteers to list genealogical databases, libraries, bulletin boards, and other resources available on the Internet for each county, state, and country. === Roots-L === [http://www.rootsweb.com/ http://www.rootsweb.com] A useful list of sites and resources. Includes a large, regularly-updated research coordination list. Internet sites specifically about Delaware family history include: '''Delaware Families Project''' http://delgensoc.org/delfam.html Documents all families living in Delaware between 1787 and 1800. '''Delaware Genealogical Society''' http://delgensoc.org/ Lists key repositories and publications. '''Sources of Genealogical Information in Delaware''' http://www.everton.com/reference/usa/de.php Lists counties, when created, and their resources. For further details about using computer networks, bulletin boards, and news groups for family history research, see the United States Research Outline, Second Edition, "[[United States Archives and Libraries|Archives and Libraries]]" section. === FamilySearch™ === [http://www.familysearch.org/ FamilySearch][http://www.familysearch.org/] is a collection of computer files containing several million names. FamilySearch is a good place to begin your research. Some of the records come from compiled sources; some have been automated from original sources.
 
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Mattern, Joanne, and Harold B. Hancock, comps. ''A Preliminary Inventory of the Older Records in the Delaware Archives''. Dover, Delaware: Delaware Public Archives, 1978. (Family History Library&nbsp;fiche 6331225.) This source briefly describes jurisdiction, record type, number of volumes, and dates covered.  
 
 
 
'''National Archives—Mid-Atlantic Region<br>'''900 Market Street<br>Philadelphia, PA 19107-4292<br>Telephone: 215-606-0116<br>Fax: 215-305-2038<br>Website: http://www.archives.gov/midatlantic/  
 
 
 
'''The Delaware Genealogical Society'''<br>505 Market Street Mall<br>Wilmington, DE 19801-3091 <br>Website: http://delgensoc.org/  
 
 
 
'''The Historical Society of Delaware<br>'''505 Market Street Mall<br>Wilmington, DE 19801-3091<br>Telephone: 302-655-7161<br>Fax: 302-655-7844<br>E-mail:&nbsp;[mailto:hsd@hsd.org <u>hsd@hsd.org&nbsp;&nbsp;</u>]<br>Website: http://www.hsd.org/  
 
 
 
'''The Historical Society of Pennsylvania and Library<br>'''1300 Locust Street<br>Philadelphia, PA 19107-5699<br>Telephone: 215-732-6200<br>Fax: 215-732-2680<br>Website: http://www.hsp.org/&nbsp;<br><br>'''The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania<br>'''215 South Broad Street<br>Philadelphia, PA 19107-5325<br>Telephone: 215-545-0391<br>Fax: 215-545-0936<br>Website: http://www.genpa.org/  
 
 
 
'''University of Delaware Library<br>'''181 South College Avenue<br>Newark, DE 19717-5267<br>Telephone: 302-831-2965<br>Website: http://www.lib.udel.edu/  
 
 
 
'''Hagley Museum and Library<br>'''P.O. Box 3630<br>Wilmington, DE 19807-0630<br>Telephone: 302-658-2400<br>Fax: 302-658-0545 <br>Website: http://www.hagley.lib.de.us/  
 
 
 
The records and publications of more than 1,000 businesses, and some families, especially the DuPont and related families, are at the Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Library. A guide to their records is:  
 
 
 
Riggs, John Beverley. ''A Guide to Manuscripts in the Eleutherian Mills Historical Library''. . . Greenville, Delaware: [http://38.115.62.80/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First Eleutherian Mills Historical Library], 1970. This guide lists records acquired through 1965. The supplement lists records acquired through 1975.  
 
 
 
For more information about Delaware repositories see:  
 
 
 
Holley, Barbara Ann, ed. ''Directory of Libraries and Information Sources in the Philadelphia Area'' ''(''Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware'')''. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Special Libraries Association, Philadelphia Chapter, 1977. (Family History Library film 1036557 item 9.) Briefly lists address, phone, hours, collection, and use of interlibrary loan.  
 
 
 
Historical Records Survey (Delaware). ''Inventory of the County Archives of Delaware. Number 1. New Castle County''. Dover, Delaware: The Public Archives Commission, 1941. (Family History Library&nbsp;film 897354 item 1; fiche 6051279.) Detailed description of each record type including years covered, number of volumes, and contents.  
 
 
 
=== Computer Networks and Bulletin Boards ===
 
 
 
Computers with modems are important tools for obtaining information from selected archives and libraries. The Internet, certain computer bulletin boards, and commercial on-line services help family history researchers:  
 
 
 
*Locate other researchers  
 
*Post queries  
 
*Send and receive E-mail  
 
*Search large databases  
 
*Search computer libraries  
 
*Join in computer chat and lecture sessions
 
 
 
You can find computerized research tips and information about ancestors from Delaware in a variety of sources at local, state, national, and international levels. The list of sources is growing rapidly. Most of the information is available at no cost.  
 
 
 
Addresses on the Internet change frequently. As of June 2007, the following sites are important gateways linking you to many more network and bulletin board sites:  
 
 
 
=== [[USGenWeb|The USGenWeb Project]]<br> ===
 
 
 
A cooperative effort by many volunteers to list genealogical databases, libraries, bulletin boards, and other resources available on the Internet for each county, state, and country.  
 
 
 
=== Roots-L ===
 
 
 
[http://www.rootsweb.com/ http://www.rootsweb.com]  
 
 
 
A useful list of sites and resources. Includes a large, regularly-updated research coordination list.  
 
 
 
Internet sites specifically about Delaware family history include:  
 
 
 
'''Delaware Families Project'''  
 
 
 
http://delgensoc.org/delfam.html  
 
 
 
Documents all families living in Delaware between 1787 and 1800.  
 
 
 
'''Delaware Genealogical Society'''  
 
 
 
http://delgensoc.org/  
 
 
 
Lists key repositories and publications.  
 
 
 
'''Sources of Genealogical Information in Delaware'''  
 
 
 
http://www.everton.com/reference/usa/de.php  
 
 
 
Lists counties, when created, and their resources.  
 
 
 
For further details about using computer networks, bulletin boards, and news groups for family history research, see the United States Research Outline, Second Edition, "[[United States Archives and Libraries|Archives and Libraries]]" section.  
 
 
 
=== FamilySearch™ ===
 
 
 
[http://www.familysearch.org/ FamilySearch][http://www.familysearch.org/] is a collection of computer files containing several million names. FamilySearch is a good place to begin your research. Some of the records come from compiled sources; some have been automated from original sources. <!-- Tidy found serious XHTML errors -->
 
 
 
 
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Revision as of 21:08, 29 July 2008

Delaware Public Archives
121 Duke of York St 
Dover, DE 19901
Telephone: 302-744-5000
Fax: 302-739-6710
Website: http://archives.delaware.gov/ 

A guide to some of their records is: Mattern, Joanne, and Harold B. Hancock, comps. A Preliminary Inventory of the Older Records in the Delaware Archives. Dover, Delaware: Delaware Public Archives, 1978. (Family History Library fiche 6331225.) This source briefly describes jurisdiction, record type, number of volumes, and dates covered. National Archives—Mid-Atlantic Region
900 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107-4292
Telephone: 215-606-0116
Fax: 215-305-2038
Website: http://www.archives.gov/midatlantic/ The Delaware Genealogical Society
505 Market Street Mall
Wilmington, DE 19801-3091
Website: http://delgensoc.org/ The Historical Society of Delaware
505 Market Street Mall
Wilmington, DE 19801-3091
Telephone: 302-655-7161
Fax: 302-655-7844
E-mail: hsd@hsd.org  
Website: http://www.hsd.org/ The Historical Society of Pennsylvania and Library
1300 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107-5699
Telephone: 215-732-6200
Fax: 215-732-2680
Website: http://www.hsp.org/ 

The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
215 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107-5325
Telephone: 215-545-0391
Fax: 215-545-0936
Website: http://www.genpa.org/ University of Delaware Library
181 South College Avenue
Newark, DE 19717-5267
Telephone: 302-831-2965
Website: http://www.lib.udel.edu/ Hagley Museum and Library
P.O. Box 3630
Wilmington, DE 19807-0630
Telephone: 302-658-2400
Fax: 302-658-0545
Website: http://www.hagley.lib.de.us/ The records and publications of more than 1,000 businesses, and some families, especially the DuPont and related families, are at the Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Library. A guide to their records is: Riggs, John Beverley. A Guide to Manuscripts in the Eleutherian Mills Historical Library. . . Greenville, Delaware: Eleutherian Mills Historical Library, 1970. This guide lists records acquired through 1965. The supplement lists records acquired through 1975. For more information about Delaware repositories see: Holley, Barbara Ann, ed. Directory of Libraries and Information Sources in the Philadelphia Area (Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Special Libraries Association, Philadelphia Chapter, 1977. (Family History Library film 1036557 item 9.) Briefly lists address, phone, hours, collection, and use of interlibrary loan. Historical Records Survey (Delaware). Inventory of the County Archives of Delaware. Number 1. New Castle County. Dover, Delaware: The Public Archives Commission, 1941. (Family History Library film 897354 item 1; fiche 6051279.) Detailed description of each record type including years covered, number of volumes, and contents. === Computer Networks and Bulletin Boards === Computers with modems are important tools for obtaining information from selected archives and libraries. The Internet, certain computer bulletin boards, and commercial on-line services help family history researchers: *Locate other researchers *Post queries *Send and receive E-mail *Search large databases *Search computer libraries *Join in computer chat and lecture sessions You can find computerized research tips and information about ancestors from Delaware in a variety of sources at local, state, national, and international levels. The list of sources is growing rapidly. Most of the information is available at no cost. Addresses on the Internet change frequently. As of June 2007, the following sites are important gateways linking you to many more network and bulletin board sites: === The USGenWeb Project
=== A cooperative effort by many volunteers to list genealogical databases, libraries, bulletin boards, and other resources available on the Internet for each county, state, and country. === Roots-L === http://www.rootsweb.com A useful list of sites and resources. Includes a large, regularly-updated research coordination list. Internet sites specifically about Delaware family history include: Delaware Families Project http://delgensoc.org/delfam.html Documents all families living in Delaware between 1787 and 1800. Delaware Genealogical Society http://delgensoc.org/ Lists key repositories and publications. Sources of Genealogical Information in Delaware http://www.everton.com/reference/usa/de.php Lists counties, when created, and their resources. For further details about using computer networks, bulletin boards, and news groups for family history research, see the United States Research Outline, Second Edition, "Archives and Libraries" section. === FamilySearch™ === FamilySearch[1] is a collection of computer files containing several million names. FamilySearch is a good place to begin your research. Some of the records come from compiled sources; some have been automated from original sources.