Donna K. Fitzgerald writes a genealogy column for the Crossville (Tennessee) Chronicle newspaper. Her latest column focuses on the USGenWeb Project and provides so much background information that it undoubtedly will add to your knowledge of the service.
“Well known as a free resource for genealogy, The USGenWeb Project (www.usgenweb.org) is a volunteer-driven organization. Each website under the USGenWeb umbrella is individually created and maintained.
“In addition, there are special projects and even a USGenWeb Kidz Project featuring children’s history and genealogy, an excellent resource for teachers.
“There is a large cadre of volunteers at the state and county levels. USGenWeb.org has been named one of Family Tree Magazine’s Best Websites since 2000 and is a recommended resource by the National Genealogical Society and various online genealogical newsletters and organizations.
“The USGenWeb Project has thousands of sites and millions of web pages. It is used by several million visitors annually.””
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