Swedish Genealogical Society of Minnesota
Swedish Genealogical Society of Minnesota
Researching Swedes and Swedish Immigration Worldwide

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About 89 millions color images covering various documents such as church records, court records and inventory of estates. Try for free plus paid options.
[Located in Category: Sweden]
Andrew Peterson is one of the best known early Swedish immigrants to Minnesota. See current projects, including a historical preservation report regarding the buildings on the Andrew Peterson farm and translation of his diaries into English.
[Located in Category: Minnesota]
Cyndi's List has been a trusted genealogy research site for more than 25 years, and is free for everyone to use.
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A nonprofit organization with the purpose of investigating and developing the possibilities to use computers in genealogy. We are probably one of the world's oldest societies for Computer Genealogy.
[Located in Category: Sweden]
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provides FamilySearch free of charge to everyone. FamilySearch help millions of people around the world discover their heritage and connect with family members.
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The socken is a geographical area with fixed boundaries and responsibility. It was the basic unit for record keeping of birth, marriages, and deaths until 1991.
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MOMS® is a program of the Minnesota Association of County Officers. Its led by a committee of local registrars who are members. Counties are not required to submit data to MOMS®.
[Located in Category: Minnesota]
Here you can get help from other genealogists when you have run into problems, or need help with reading difficult handwriting, translation, identify photographs and more. It's free to use but posting requires an account.
[Located in Category: Sweden]
Swedish Roots is meant to guide English speaking visitors into the particulars of Swedish family history, by the Federation of Swedish Genealogical Societies.
[Located in Category: Sweden]
Helps non-Swedish speaking people discover their heritage, offering detailed family trees, life stories and help with translations of letters or documents.
[Located in Category: Sweden]
The Swenson Center is a national and international research center for the study of Swedish-American history and relations. We collect, preserve and make available archival and library materials, promote and initiate research, and are a leader in Swedish-American genealogy.
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This database currently contains around 500,000 entries with divided soldiers. The register started at the Diocesan & Country Library in Skara in 1983.
[Located in Category: Sweden]
Use Minnesota People Records Search to exclusively research birth, death, and state census records, as well as Veterans Graves Registration and World War I Gold Star Rolls.
[Located in Category: Minnesota]
Teaching where to look and how to interpret records, as well as bridging knowledge from experts in Sweden, providing language assistance tools, and highlighting genealogical resources.
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The Swedish–American Historical Society is a nonprofit organization founded in 1948, with the mission of recording and interpreting the Swedish presence in America.
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