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    1. Texas State Library - Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
    2. Family History Cetners
      Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
      1000 Rutherford Lane, Austin, TX 78753
    3. The Center for American History
    4. Austin History Center
    5. The Texas General Land Office

    Texas Resource Centers

    1. Clayton Library - Houston, TX
    2. Dallas Public Library - Dallas, TX
    3. Harold B. Simpson Hill College History Complex - Hillsboro, TX
    4. National Archives and Records
    5. Pearce Civil War Collection at Navarro College - Corsicana, TX
    6. Texas History Collection Baylor University - Waco, TX

    Genealogical Web Sites

    1. All in One Genealogy
    2. American Revolutionary War Soldiers & Descendents
    3. Ancestry.com
    4. BLM/General Land Office
    5. Colonial Ancestors Database
    6. Cyndi’s List
    7. DAR Patriot Index Lookup Service
    8. Epodunk
    9. Family Search
    10. Find A Grave
    11. Genealogy Dictionary
    12. "Archives" Home Page
    13. Genealogy Sleuth
    14. GenForum
    15. Google
    16. Genealogy Search Help
    17. Military Links Collection
    18. National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collection (NMCMC)
    19. Rootsweb
    20. Surname Helper
    21. The USGenWeb Project
    22. 1835 Revolutionary War Pension List
    23. Family Search Learning Center
    24. Ellis Island Genealogy
    25. Genealogy By State

    History Web Sites

    1. The American Revolution
    2. The History Place
    3. Liberty – The American Revolution
    4. Library of Congress
    5. McGraw-Hill article on the beginnings of the Revolution
    6. McGraw-Hill article about the Revolution
    7. An article about our chapter's namesake.

    Texas Heritage Online is free to Texas residents and will give access to the U.S. Federal Census Records, PERSI, Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, family & local histories, and the Freedman's Bank.