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Fall 2002
A Publication of the St. Louis Public Library

Vol. 2   No. 4

SITE-SEEING
There are more than enough sites on German genealogy to keep a person busy for a lifetime. However, you might try taking a look at these:
Archives in Germany
http://home.bawue.de/~hanacek/info/earchive.htm

This website includes addresses for German state, federal, military & church archives, as well as terms you may need to know when making requests.

Map List
http://www.rootsweb.com/~wggerman/map/index.htm

This website includes dozens of maps of political boundaries in Germany & surrounding areas from the 16th century onward. These maps show only boundaries, not the towns and cities. St. Louis Public Library’s collection of over 100,000 maps can help you find the towns you need.

Palatines to America
http://www.palam.org/

The Palatines to America’s focus includes all German immigrants, not just those from the Palatinate. They have a library devoted to materials on German immigrants.

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