Internet Resources - People



Databases

Recommended Websites

  • Get Human
    Find out the best way to contact more than 8,000 companies in 45 countries. The site tells you the fastest way to call any company, offers shortcuts through the phone maze, and average wait times for calls. They also provide the best company email addresses to use, executive email addresses, and list companies that prove chat and live help as well as call backs.
    Browse related subjects: Business, Consumers, Directories, People, Telephone
  • NYPL Digital Gallery
    The New York Public Library Digital Gallery provides free and open access to over 800,000 images digitized from the The New York Public Library's vast collections, including illuminated manuscripts, historical maps, vintage posters, rare prints, photographs and more.
    Browse related subjects: Art, People

Local Links

  • Elected Representatives for Santa Cruz County
    This guide from the County Elections Department includes elected officials representing Santa Cruz County at Federal, State, and local levels.
    Browse related subjects: Directories, Government, People, Politics, Santa Cruz County
  • Santa Cruz County GenWeb
    Local entry point to the US GenWeb Project. Consists of volunteer operated Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. The non-commercial Project is committed to free access. The network is centered at the county level. State Websites also provide very important information, including such resources as queries, family reunion bulletin boards, state histories, and maps showing the changing county boundaries, among others. Many states also have ongoing projects as diverse as the transcription of Civil War regiments or the reuniting of families with lost photos, bibles, etc. All of the counties provide links for you to post queries, access the state's home page and access the archives. Click on US GenWeb to locate national and state resources. To find resources in other countries visit the World GenWeb Project.
    Browse related subjects: Genealogy, History, Libraries, Names, People, Santa Cruz County

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Olallieberry

There are various forms of spelling and definitions for olallieberries. Sharon Herbst describes the olallieberry as a cross between a youngberry and a loganberry, resembling a large elongated blackberry with a sweet distinctive flavor. Robert Hendrickson considers the olallieberry a cross between the loganberry and the blackberry that is firm, ... [More]

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