Idaho Research: Genealogy Gems Galore

Sharon Monson
Dec 28, 2022
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Introduction
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FamilySearch.org
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Idaho State Archives
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Idaho County Records
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BYU Archives
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Idaho Museums
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Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
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The Oregon Trail
8m 55s

About this webinar

Abundant records for Census, Church, Court, Land & Property, and Directories make researching in Idaho a productive experience. Online databases for Pre-Territorial Tax Rolls, Old Penitentiary Prison Records, 1882-1961, Wills and Probate Records, 1857-1989, Obituaries, and Historical Newspapers are treasures. True gems are found in the Pioneer Histories, Index of over 75,000 Biographical Sketches, Overland Diaries & Letters, and records for Idaho Indian Tribes described on research facility and American Indian websites.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Sharon D. Monson is a professional genealogist, creator of the Genealogy Kit, and author of Shortcut to Genealogy Sources. She is a frequent  presenter at local, state and national conferences. Her extensive research experience in co
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    Annie Delyth Stratton
    2 weeks ago

    My brain exploded within 3 minutes watching this webinar. I was born and grew up in Oregon, both my parents and their parents (and past generations) were born and grew up in Idaho & Utah. We visited back and forth frequently. I was given some genealogy done by relatives (largely from family stories), but couldn’t trace it back. That map of early territorial NW in a flash made me understand. I need to revisit Oregon territory when Idaho was part of it: I did manage to find my originating families and trace them as they migrated (a single birth location in a census gave me the needed clue, and I followed collatoral lines to ancestral communities,and from there forward again on my own lines), but I still have gaps in my NW family. The irony: I started working on this after I’d moved to New England for a new job- where I’ve lived for 25 years. I need another pilgrimage- this time west. I think my missing records are there. This was a GREAT webinar! Thank you.

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