Sites on the Internet
...Of interest to genealogists working in St Lawrence County
- Anne Cady has a complete transcription of the 1870 United States Census for St Lawrence County, and has begun transcribing 1920. In addition, she has Civil War rosters, numerous cemetery listings and extractions & directories from Child's Gazetteer.
- St Lawrence County GenWeb - The GenWeb project covers much of the world. St Lawrence County GenWeb is part of New York GenWeb, which in turn is part of the US GenWeb. The programs, run by volunteers and hosted by Rootsweb, collect data and links from a variety of sources and post them in the appropriate spot. This is probably the best collection of St Lawrence County genealogy links.
- Transcription from a scrapbook of vital statistics clipped from the Gouverneur Herald from the mid 1860's to ca. 1902. The transcription and indexing was done by Russell Sprague.
- St Lawrence County genealogy queries - run as a part of the St Lawrence County GenWeb. You can post your queries here, and maybe find a connection. Posts are also echoed to the NYSTLAWR-L mailing list.
- St Lawrence Valley Genealogical Society - Serving the needs of genealogists since 1983, with newsletters, free queries, research library, social events, business meetings, workshops, advice and assistance, and access to great sources
- St Lawrence County Cemeteries online - an attempt to list as many as possible of the cemeteries located in St Lawrence County, (including names that have been used in the past, but no longer are in use) - done by Chuck Morgan
- Northern New York Historical Newspapers are provided by the Northern New York Library Network to enhance access to the region's unique local history. The online collection currently consists of more than 150,000 pages from twelve newspapers. To search a particular newspaper, click on the title. Each title opens in a new window.
- St Lawrence - Lewis BOCES School Library System hosts an online index to the SLCHA Quarterly.
- Connie Molnar Sterner has a page on St Lawrence County history, featuring many historic postcards and links to other sites
- Vital Statistics (birth, marriage, death) are maintained by the towns. St Lawrence County maintains a list of town officers on their website
Also, for a reasonable fee, you can have research done at SLCHA.