Research & Genealogy
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VT residents can research VT vital records from 1909-2008 on Ancestry.com for free with a MyVermont.gov account.
A vast collection of New England family and town histories, published vital records, transcriptions of VT cemeteries, and more.
The Vermont Department of Libraries recommended sites for reference and research, organized by subject. Find genealogy resources here
Use the Library Catalog to search our physical collection
Clover - The Vermont Interlibrary Loan System. Request items from other libraries.
Vermont Online Library - 1000s of abstracts and full-text research articles organized by subject.
Health information resources compiled by the Vermont Department of Libraries
a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.
The Vermont State Archives resource library, for help preserving, protecting and providing access to your organization's historical records. Find born digital resources at VT Re.tain.
A large library of genealogy resources, plus classes and research help.
The largest genealogy organization in the world, maintained by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
A research-sharing database of information submitted by genealogists. Sister site of Find-a-Grave.
The KHL offers access to free online newspapers through the Vermont Department of Libraries. These newspapers are part of The Vermont Newspaper Project and Chronicling America, or are included in newspapers.com and available with a myvermont.gov account.
The KHL subscribes to the following newspapers - print version only:
The Barre Montpelier Times Argus
The New York Times
The Montpelier Bridge