Today, electronic resources online provide a truly astounding array of information through our computers. Here are a few Web pages to consider as you write the history of your congregation. (These links open in new windows)
*Center for Restoration Studies, bibliographies, documents, individual papers
*Hans Rollman, historical texts, pictures, links to resources for Restoration Movement histories.
*Jim McMillan Stone-Campbell electronic bibliography, searchable database, texts and links.
*Worldwide Church of Christ, church directories.
Family Search, ancestral files and web sites for individuals and families (i.e. Barton W. Stone)
Disciples of Christ Historical Society, historical documents of the Stone/Campbell movement.
Handbook of Texas Online, encyclopaedia of Texas history, geography, people, places and events.
Geographic Names Information Systems, information about 2 million United States physical and cultural geographic features, searchable online.
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet, more than 55,000 links by categories.
USGen Web Project, website for genealogy research in every country in the United States.
Social Security Death Index, 62 million records of individual births, deaths, and last known address.
Gospel Advocate, obituaries. (telnet VMSLogon.Lipscomb.edu username:LINIS) (Username: Linis)
Jostens Resources, Web pages for software, hardware, and retail computer resources.
Kodak Web page: How to take and digitize photographs.
American Memory, Library of Congress, how to do oral history interviews.
Baylor University, guidelines on how to document oral history interviews.
WhoWhere people finder
Zip Code Lookup and address information
Oral History Interviews
Delaware State Library links to all of nations state libraries
American Civil WAr Home Page containing Internet resources for the war between the states
Texas State Library searchable index to Confederate pensions
Tennessee Confederate Pension Application files
National and International newspapers
Bureau of Land Management of Eastern States general land office records
Making of America (MOA) digital library of primary sources in American social hostory
USGS topo maps of the US
NARA archival information locator (NAIL)
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