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A fantastic site -- "If you’re in the U.S. and you’re a historical researcher, the National Archives should be at the very top of your resource list. Eventually, most other websites end up linking to these resources anyway, so why not just start at the source? This is where you’ll find census information, military records, immigration records, and even bankruptcy records. There are even articles and information on historical researching techniques."