Monthly Archives: February 2010

Louisiana Historical Bureau

Have you ever heard of the Louisiana Historical Bureau? That’s a new one for me, but I found the bureau listed on Nutrias’ website, “Sources for Biographical Information in the Louisiana Biography and Obituary Index.” The NOPL website lists the … Continue reading

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Louisiana RAOGK and BWO

You may find that there are several people listed as R.A.O.G.K. Volunteers in Louisiana. Becoming a RAOGK Volunteer is easy. There are also a number of resources listed in B.W.O. (Books We Own) database in Louisiana. The B.W.O. database also … Continue reading

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Louisiana Genealogical Societies

A small listing of a few Louisiana Genealogical Societies with email contacts can be found here. You may also add a link.

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Surname searching

If you like the list of Louisiana Surnames – Louisiana Researchers you’ll like this website from Genealogy Network – Internet Genealogy Groups – Surname Database . Louisiana surnames were added to the group so that others may find this group … Continue reading

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Louisiana State Museum Holdings

The Louisiana State Museum Historical Center, housed in the Old United States Mint, opened its doors in January, 1977. In addition to maps and manuscripts, the Center houses sheet music, microfilm, scrapbooks, pamphlets, and newspapers. The Historical Center is open … Continue reading

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More Louisiana genealogy

FE’s Sankofa Quest… FE’s Family Genealogy Locations Brusly, West Baton Rouge, Louisiana Catahoula Parish, Louisiana Colfax, Louisiana Concordia Parish, Louisiana East Liverpool, Ohio Farrell, Pennsylvania Maryland/Washington, D.C. Monroe, Louisiana Natchez, Mississippi Owenton, Kentucky Virginia West Virginia Winnsboro, Louisiana FE’s Surnames … Continue reading

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2010’s first Hissie and Conniption

Thank you Amy Coffin, MLIS for the first Hissie and Conniption since 2008. RE: Blogger Amy Coffin, MLIS said… February 17, 2010 10:08 AM Thank you for the clarification. This is the complete opposite of the information I was … Continue reading

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