Maryland Genealogical Society
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Founded in 1844, the member and donor-supported Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) serves the people of Maryland and those interested in Maryland history through stewardship of comprehensive library and museum collections that are central to the state's history. The H. Furlong Baldwin Library is the repository of tens of thousands of books, manuscrips, microfilm, newspapers, photographs and many other resources of genealogical interest. MdHS and MGS are partners, and most MGS members hold joint memberships with MdHS.
Digital Maryland (previously Maryland Digital Cultural Heritage or MDCH), is a collaborative, statewide digitization program headquartered at the Enoch Pratt Free Library/State Library Resource Center in Baltimore. Its mission is to facilitate the digitization and digital exhibition of the historical and cultural documents, images, audio and video held by Maryland institutions.
The Maryland state page of the US GenWeb Project, which provides free genealogy Web sites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. The Project is non-commercial and fully committed to free genealogy access for everyone.
Information on Maryland land records, tax records, maps, and other geography-based sources for Maryland.
This consortium of information professionals in Maryland maintains a list of links to state and local repositories that have collections relating to the history and culture of Maryland.
The Maryland Judiciary, the 24 elected Court Clerks of Maryland and the Maryland State Archives have joined in partnership to provide up to date access to all verified land record instruments in Maryland.
Links to online Maryland historical newspapers.
As the historical agency for Maryland, the State Archives is the central depository for government records of permanent value. Records date from the founding of the Maryland colony in 1634 to the present.
Located directly across Rowe Boulevard from the Maryland State Archives on the outskirts of Annapolis, the Maryland State Law Library offers genealogists many resources found at the state archives without the wait.
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."