This link provides a list of books available for check-out in NCTC libraries on the subject of genealogy. This list does not include reserve materials from the Cross Timbers Genealogical Society (see below).
This link provides a comprehensive list of all materials listed in the Online Catalog under the subject "Genealogy". This list includes books, e-books, and materials from the Cross Timbers Genealogical Society.
Cross Timbers Genealogical Society
This link provides a list of materials provided by the Cross Timbers Genealogical Society (CTGS). This collection is housed on the Gainesville campus.
This link provides a list of electronic books provided by NCTC Libraries on the subject of Genealogy. These full-text books are accessed via NetLibrary.
Comprehensive directory over 250,000 family history and genealogy links on the Internet. The listings are categorized and cross-referenced, making it a "card catalog to the genealogical collection in the immense library that is the Internet".
Directory of free family history, family tree, and genealogical records from around the world.
Family Tree Legends
Provides free searching of death, birth, marriage, military, land, court, probate, biographical, history, geographic, and reference records.
This is primarily a subscription-based site that does provide some free information. Registration may be required to access some records.
Award-winning website that provides free family tree building software as well as the ability to share your tree with other family members.
The Social Security Death Index (SSDI) is an invaluable resource for genealogical research. Below are links to sites that allow free access to SSDI resources.
A comprehensive treasury of family lineage and local histories, including materials for tracing family lineages and American culture, beginning with the 13 original colonies. Trace your family tree, research folklore topics and the history of your hometown. Contains genealogies, local histories, third-party histories, and primary source materials of not only towns and families of all 50 states, but also includes information for Canada, England, and Ireland. Access to the information can be achieved by searching the title, family name, geographic area, or subject.