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Resources for Your Genealogy Research in Arizona

Where to Look? How to Find It?

On 24 February 1863 Arizona became a territory; it became a state on 14 February 1912.

Arizona law did not require the recording of birth or death certificates until July 1909. There are 1864, 1866, and 1882 territorial censuses available.

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There are many places to search for answers to your Arizona genealogy questions. If you know what is available, you can make much better use of your time and effort in finding out all you can about your Arizona ancestors in the US. Here is where to start some of your searching.

We have gathered together a list of those resources we are aware of for the most common resources, and also some of the less common places to look for information about your family. So, help yourself to the information below, and go hunting.

Online birth and death registrations from the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Arizona Historical Society Library and Archives - Tuscon has a page here with links to many different Arizona genealogy resources. Last updated in 2011 according to the site.

Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records links to all sorts of Arizona public records which may solve some of your Arizona ancestor searching.

Here's the link for Arizona Genealogical and Historical Societies - a listing of many different groups with email and/or web page addresses.

Here is the LDS Wiki page for Arizona genealogy information

The US GenWeb project has specific state projects as part of it. Here is the Arizona GenWeb site.

Also, here's a link for books at Amazon on Arizona genealogy.

It Helps When You Know Where to Look!



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