LINKS
Genealogy Links Ancestry.Com, costly, but I’ve managed to locate some of my ancestors through census reports Cyndi's List, an incredibly thorough catalog of genealogy links Family History Library Catalog Genealogy.com Genealogy Resources by Veritas Prep (link courtesy of Sarah Roberts’ Genealogy Club students at Lexington, KY Middle School) GenServ JewishGen Military Genealogy National Archives and Records Administration New York City Department of Records and Information Services Searching for Your Genealogical Records (link courtesy of Veronica Taylor and her After School Program in El Paso County, Colorado) The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Trees, a publicly-available feature of Ancentry.com Historical Links 5th Connecticut Regiment 6th Connecticut Regiment 17th Century New England, with emphasis on the Salem Witch Trials American Colonial Reenactment Units The American Jewish Historical Society American Local History Network Amerispeak, Expressions of Our Ancestors Archiving Early America British Titles of Nobility Colonial Williamsburg The Connecticut Historical Page Correct Forms of Address Dickens' London Map Elizabethan England Elizabethan Names Essential Norman Conquest G. Gedney Godwin Online Catalog A Guide to New York Historical Resources Halloween Horrors--History of Witchcraft Hereditary Titles of the British Empire Important Dates in American History (special thanks to Mrs. McVey and her 5th Graders for this link) Jas. Townsend and Son, Inc., catalogue supplying 18th and 19th century reproductions for living history reenactors Kate Monk's Onomastikon, a dictionary of names The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies Late Sixteenth Century English Given Names Living History Association The Log Cabin Shop and Historical Center Myths and Legends Newspaper Abstracts New York State Historical Association Research Library Perpetual Calendar The Renaissance Faire Music Lesley Nelson-Burns’ Folk Music Site An absolutely fabulous collection of traditional songs from the U.S. and the British Isles, and much, much more. Name Generators Most of the following were developed by and for gamers, but if you write fantasy or sci-fi, you'll find them very useful. The Everchanging Book of Names This is a free applet, but I went for the registered version and find it an invaluable resource for generating names of people and places for my novel in progress Serendipity, Has a variety of generators to choose from Seventh Sanctum, an excellent site! Manon's Garden, Need place names for your sci-fi or fantasy? This is the site. Random Word Generator, A fun program from Gammadyne Stuff of Legend Native American Links Romancing the Indian Woodland Cultural Centre Other Goodies 10,000 Year Calendar Culpeper's Complete Herbal Online, I bought this years ago in paperback and was thrilled to find it online, with pictures and everything The Encyclopedia of Arda, a tribute to the works of Tolkien Online Etymology Dictionary “Etymologies are not definitions; they're explanations of what our words meant and how they sounded 600 or 2,000 years ago.” Perpetual moon calendar, this is only part of a site that is loaded with “secrets of heaven and earth, of the moon and the sun.” The lunar calendar is particularly cool if you want to know the phase of the moon on any night from 500 CE. Author Promotion ask David, This site publishes reviews submitted by the community, and provides free promotion
Some useful links I’ve found during many different projects over the years involving writing, research and genealogy. I try to keep them current, but if you find something that isn’t working. please let me know by clicking on the “Contact” tab on the navigation bar. 
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