Making of America (MOA) ("A digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction." (Here is a very interesting website. It has journals, books, bibles, all kinds of neat things. It is worth checking out.)
MapQuest (This is slow-loading, because there is so much info available, but you can find itty-bitty villages anywhere in the world.)
Massachusetts Genealogical & Investigative Research Services (Boston, Massachusetts USA)
My Martin Luther King's Birthday Holiday Page (This area has tons of information on Martin Luther King both the man and his impact on history. It also has some excellent links for further research.) Note: This is a highly graphical page and takes some time to load.
My Memorial Day Holiday Page (This area has tons of information on Memorial Day and the History of our War Veterans. It also has an excellent link page for war information listed by war.) Note: This is a highly graphical page and takes some time to load.
Message Board - 300 Million Plus Records For Genealogy (NC, SC, VA, TN, KY Searchable Records)
Ohio Methodist Archives Information
Contact Susan Cohen (email is [email protected]) at Ohio Wesleyan University Methodist Archives. They are extremely helpful. Give them a name and any other pertinent information. They provide a
great deal of information if it is available.
The United Methodist Church Archives
P.O. Box 127
Madison, New Jersey 07940
(Drew University campus)
or [email protected]
Methodist Archives & Research Centre (John Rylands University Library of Manchester, England)
United Methodist History (Lots of Links to the United Methodist Church from this Page.)
The Methodist Archives and History Center of the United Methodist Church (Located at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey.)
Directory of Archives for the United Methodist Church in the U.S. available for $5 (including postage) from Fern Christensen, Chairman, 1017 Oma St., Natchitoches, LA 71457