Internet Resources - Archives
- America's News (NewsBank)
Search current and archived coverage of issues, events, people, government, sports and more with the largest collection of full-text U.S. newspapers. Includes staff-written articles, obituaries, editorials, announcements, real estate and other sections.
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- Fold3 History & Genealogy Archives
Fold3 provides convenient access to over 5 million original US military records, including stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served. Purchased through funds donated by the Genealogical Society of Santa Cruz County.
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- New England Historic Genealogical Society
Provides access to more than 2,400 searchable databases containing over 110 million names. Some of the most popular include: The American Genealogist, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, and Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850. Purchased through funds donated by the Genealogical Society of Santa Cruz County. This database is available ONLY at the Central Branch Library.
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- Santa Cruz Sentinel Archives (NewsBank)
Archive covers August 14, 1999 to current. Find full-text articles on local news, issues, events, people and much more from current and archived issues of Santa Cruz Sentinel. Updated daily, it includes obituaries, editorials, announcements, sports, real estate and other sections.
Browse related subjects: Archives, California, Indexes, Local History, News, Newspaper Articles, Santa Cruz City, Santa Cruz County
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E Clampus Vitus
E Clampus Vitus is a men-only organization which flourished in the California mining camps during the Gold Rush days. After many years of being dormant, it was revived in the early 1930's, and has chapters throughout the West. It has been described by Carl Wheat, a San Francisco historian who ... [More]