Beginning Your Internet Research: A Pattern for Research

A few members have inquired about Wednesday’s presentation by Kim Davis.  She will be covering a 10-step plan for researching a person, including census, vital statistics, gravestones, Google searching, and more.  It is sure to be an interesting and informative program!

Resources For Online Newspapers
SGS member Merilee Mulvey shares information from a recent discussion she had with Siuslaw Librarian Linda Weight regarding access to newspapers online:

“If you are looking for material in historic Oregon Newspapers, the University of Oregon is working on digitizing and indexing historic newspapers from around the state.  This is a recent project and so there are not a lot of papers done yet, but it is growing and will continue.  Here is a link to their site:
Another source is Google:

It is amazing the amount of newspaper articles that are available to view at no cost on

And of course many newspapers now have on-line versions.  Many provide two versions:  a free version with a limited number of articles that can be viewed, either by size of article or quantity of articles per person per time period; and a subscriber version with full access to all articles as well as back-files.”

Membership Dues – Have you paid yours?
October 3rd – Oktoberfest! Visit the SGS booth for German chocolate cake!

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The Siuslaw Genealogical Society of Florence, Oregon is a member supported, non profit organization. Researching genealogy and family history is our passion.
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