New Mexico’s history is actually in five time periods, which affect where you need to search for records (Colonial 1598-1821) (Mexican 1821-1846) (U.S. Military District 1846-1850) (New Mexico Territory 1850-1912) and (Statehood – 6 January 1912). Also, New Mexico originally included El Paso, Texas and parts of Colorado and Chihuahua, Mexico.
Chronicling America – New Mexico Newspapers
Linkpendium – New Mexico
New Mexico Genealogical Society – Click on E-Research for links to early records
New Mexico State Records Center and Archives – links to online items
New Mexico State University – Library Digital Collections
New Mexico Territorial Census, 1885 – free on FamilySearch
Office of the New Mexico State Historian – J.J. Bowden Papers
Albany Public Library – Local History
Buffalo & Eric County Public Library – Digital collections
Rochester, New York Historic Marriage Records, 1876-1943
Utica College – Digital Collections
Note: North Carolina has many universities and colleges. Not all are listed here so if there is a school in your county of interest, be sure to check the online library catalog for resources.
Appalachian State University – Digital Collections
Chatham County Library – Local History & Genealogy Collections
Davie County, North Carolina Public Library – Genealogy & Local History
East Carolina University – Digital Collections
Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies – Digital Collections
Franklin County Library – Web Resources
North Carolina Genealogical Society – membership, but there are free links to websites under the Resources tab
North Carolina Research Guide – Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness
Society of North Carolina Archivists – Online Materials
The Ancestor Hunt – North Dakota Online Historical Photos Research
Minot Public Library – Genealogy links
West Fargo Public Library – Genealogy resources
Bluffton University Musselman Library – Mennonite Historical Collections
Bowling Green State University Libraries – Collections
Cincinnati – Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
Cyndi’s List – Ohio This covers about every category you could think of.
FamilySearch Wiki – comprehensive set of links to all things Ohio
Lake County Genealogical Society – on Facebook
Ohio History Connection – links to free info, but this is a membership organization
Ohio Vital Records Indexes – links to both free and paid sites
Ohio University – Alden Library collections
Wright State University – Special Collections
Cyndi’s List – Oregon
Allegheny County – Finding Family and Historical Records
Ancestral Findings – Tracing Your Pennsylvania Ancestors
Archives Records Information Access System (ARIAS) – Pennsylvania State Archives
Berks County Genealogical Society – Note links on the ride side of the page to historical maps
Free Library of Philadelphia – Genealogy
Genealogy Trails – Pennsylvania
Indiana University of Pennsylvania – Special Collections and University Archives
Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society – Genealogy Resources
Linkpendium – Pennsylvania
Louis Shotridge Digital Archive – Tlingit history
New Horizons Genealogy – Pennsylvania
PAGenWeb – records organized by county
Penn State University Libraries – Genealogy & Family History
Penn State University Libraries – Pennsylvania Newspaper Archive
Uniontown Public Library (Fayette County) – Genealogy & History
Washington County Library – Citizens Genealogy and Local History – In spite of the notice about the librarian being gone for the month of September 2017, the links are all working.
FamilySearch Wiki – Rhode Island
One Rhode Island Family – Diane Boumenot’s blog has a terrific list of links to free Rhode Island resources. Also check out her 8 Weeks to Better R.I. Genealogy Series. Tabs to each are found at the top of the blog home page.
Rhode Island Genealogy at GenealogyLinks
Rhode Island Historical Society– There also seem to be a number of local historical societies, but they apparently don’t have websites.
RHODI – Rhode Island History Online Directory Initiative
Rhode Island History & Genealogy – Olive Tree Genealogy
Rhode Island Genealogy Records Online – New Horizons Genealogy
Bristol – Linkpendium
Kent – Linkpendium
Newport – Linkpendium
Providence – Linkpendium
Washington – Linkpendium
Avery Research Center – College of Charleston collections
Camden Classically Carolina – The Archives room has an online catalog, but items must be viewed in person.
FamilySearch Wiki on South Carolina research
Gutenberg Project EBook – South Carolina Slave Narratives
Low Country Digital Library – College of Charleston
Richland Library – Main library is in Charleston
Schalene Dagutis’s Slave Name Roll Project
South Carolina Department of Archives and History – There are links to multiple online databases.
South Caroliniana Library at the University of South Carolina
Spartanburg County Public Library – Check out their Historical Digital Collections.