Northeast Texas History and Genealogy Center
The Northeast Texas Genealogy Center is a research facility dedicated to encouraging the exploration and appreciation of the history of Northeast Texas.
The Center fulfills this mission by collecting, preserving, and making available important materials representative of Northeast Texas’ diverse peoples and cultures, both past and present.
The Northeast Texas Genealogy Center has pledged itself to preserving the unique history of the region to ensure that present and future generations can share in and understand their rich heritage.
The Center includes:
- A collection of over 127,000 items (physical & digital)
- Information on over 212 Texas counties
- 300 family histories and manuscripts
- Rare out-of-print Texas history books
- Historic photographs of Greenville and Hunt County
- Texas Revolution records
- Greenville news publications dating from 1894 to current
- Confederate Military history
- Official records of the War of the Rebellion
- and more!
Library Access Only: must use the computer in the Northeast Texas History and Genealogy Center to access library subscription.
Ancestry Library Edition is a comprehensive online source of information for conducting genealogical research.
It has over 4,000 databases including:
U.S. Federal Census images and indexes from 1790 to 1930
The Map Center containing over 1,000 historical maps
American Genealogical Biographical Index (200+ volumes)
Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage (150+ volumes)
Social Security Death Index
WWI Draft Registration Cards
Federal Slave Narratives
FamilySearch is the largest genealogy organization in the world. FamilySearch has been actively gathering, preserving, and sharing genealogical records for over 100 years.
It has over 3.5 billion names and millions of digitized historical records spanning the globe.
Access from Anywhere: These resources as just a click away! If accessing from the library, just click on the link you need.
If accessing from home or somewhere else, for America's News clicke the button and enter your library card number (account must be in hood standing for access). For everything else, click the needed link, select the W Walworth Harrison Public Library, and enter the library password (Don't have this? Just call the library).
Have questions? Give us a call! 903-457-2992
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