Records of millions of arrivals (mostly European) at America’s first official immigration center from 1820 through 1892.
Danish Demographic Database
Search Danish census records and emigration records.
A record-packed site from the National Archives of Norway.
A database of more than 25 million records of passenger arrivals through the port of New York (1892-1924).
Family history site from the BBC
Includes timelines of British history, ancient history, Irish history (e.g., "The Troubles, 1963-85")
Federation of East European Family History Societies
Provides clickable map of resources and an extensive digital map library.
Find My Past
Leading genealogy site in the United Kingdom, with a huge records collection and a new project with the British Library to digitize records from the archives of the India Office. ($ requires subscription)
Genealogy resources for the UK & Ireland.
Irish Genealogy (Authentic Ireland Travel)
To discover your Irish family roots, start with family records. This site has many additional links and may be of great interest to the (young) genealogists out there.
National Archives, UK
The official government archives, from the Domesday Book to websites. Here's a Getting Started overview.
Key source for tracing roots in the Netherlands, including 15 million records.
Provides options to subscribe to the British Origins collection, the Irish Origins collection, or both. ($ requires subscription)
Covers all areas historically part of the Polish Commonwealth.
A complete resource for researching one’s Scottish ancestors, including census enumerations, parish records, and statutory registers; free areas include coats of arms and wills and testaments. ($ requires subscription)