The following announcement is from Anastasia Tyler, PR and Events Manager at Ancestry.com:
The Ancestry World Archives Project is a collaborative effort that has allowed thousands of people around the world help to preserve history that might otherwise be lost. All records indexed through this effort are available for free to the public. Would you like to give back to the genealogy community?
The following projects were published for keying this past month:
- Lübeck Volkszählung 1845 (Lübeck Census 1845)
- Historic Postcard Collections for Australia, Austria, British Isles, Canada, France, Italy, Mexico, Sweden
- Hawaii and Alaska Naturalization Indexes
- RI, NJ, CT Returns from US Military Posts, 1800-1916
The following projects recently completed keying and are now going through internal quality checks and preparation for posting online:
- New South Wales, Orphan School Admission Applications and Registers
- Gateshead, Durham, England, Roll of Honour
- Perthshire, Scotland, School of Registers
- Perthshire, Scotland, Militia Survey, 1802
- Chalmers Biographical Dictionary
- Lübeck Volkszählung 1831 (Lübeck Census 1831)
Want to see a full list of all active keying projects as well as their current progress to completion? Visit the World Archives Project dashboard.
We’re excited to have signed project partnerships deals with more than 20 genealogical societies and organizations, including the New England Historic Genealogical Society, to sponsor specific projects. Visit our project partners page for a full list of partners.