Maryland Genealogical Society
Maryland Genealogical Society
Genealogy Resources and Repositories
Below are categories of links to key genealogy resources and repositories, with a particular emphasis on Maryland.
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This document is a transcription of all available student, age, parent, and address data from the school years 1890/91 and 1897/98 for the Baltimore English-German School No. 5. A brief history of the school is provided. This transcription was done by MGS member Michael McCormick.
This museum explores Baltimore’s immigration history in the 19th and early 20th centuries, the importance of Baltimore as a major port of entry for immigrants to the United States, and about the various ethnic groups that started their American journeysin Baltimore.
This web site provides biographical information on Marylanders of German descent and information on German-related churches, cemeteries, societies, and heritage.
From the Maryland State Archives, this bibliography provides information on researching a number of immigrant groups, both in general and specifically in Maryland.
This 18-page guide by the Maryland Center for History and Culture (MCHC) provides an historical overview and a bibliography of material in the MCHC colllections.
This Maryland State Archives guidance highlights sources of information on Maryland passenger immigration records and naturalizations.
The Irish Railroad Workers Museum is headquartered in the 19th-century home of immigrants James and Sarah Feeley. The museum uses their story to explore the lives of Irish immigrants who arrived in the years of the Great Hunger, also known as the Potato Famine.
This guidance in the FamilySearch Wiki provides background information on the history of immigration to Maryland, and discusses research options and available records.
The MAGS Mission is to stimulate and facilitate research on Germanic genealogy and heritage in the mid-Atlantic region and to promote genealogical research of Germanic ancestors who settled in that region during the 17th through 20th centuries. States covered include Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Dedicated to supporting research and publication of German-American material, the society's web site provides links to past issues of its scholarly publication, the "Report."