Telecommunications Archives Archives, collections, and libraries of historical materials and
records of workers of the BT company in the United Kingdom.
Yukon Navigation Company Employee Records Yukon and Alaska Genealogy Center offers a searchable database of the
navigation company's personnel records that date from 1903 through 1948.
Theatre & Music Hall Families Great genealogy resource for families with histories in the wandering
entertainment industries, including vaudeville and travellers.
- Coal Mining Links Comprehensive listing of links for historical and genealogical
resources on the coal mining trade and workers from all over the world.
American Physicians National Genealogical Society has a collection of records from the
American Medical Association from 1906 through 1969, available for
- Down To The Sea In
Ships Check out this chronological listing of the seamen lost at sea off of
Gloucester, Massachusetts, during the 1800s and 1900s.
- Firemen - Occupational
Records in Australia Comprehensive resource for Australians researching family members of
the fire departments of the various states.
- Fishing -
Way of Life & Lost at Sea Historical resources for records of fishermen and mariners, and those
lost at sea while working their trade.
- Gold Rush
Participants Database Search the database of the Valdez Museum for historical information on
the participants of the Gold Rush of Prince William Sound.
- IHR - New South Wales Family History
Documents Resource with extensive info for tracing family histories through
historical work documents and materials of various professions and
- Is That
a Postmaster in Your Family Tree? Introductory resource of information on searching the National
Archives collection of post office records for finding post masters.
- Onelist.com Mailing list that provides resources for finding genealogical
information on family members of itinerant professions.
Enforcement Memorial Links Collection of links for historical information on officers killed in
the line of duty, listed by state.
- Occupations Census
Indexes British info resource that provides genealogical information on
apprentices, policemen, public servants, physicians, clergy, and
- Paupers in
Workhouses Interesting resource for genealogical records for every adult pauper
who was an inmate in the British workhouses during the late 19th
- Post Office
Records - National Archives Historical records from the post office for those searching for more
information on mail-carrying family members.
- Public Record
Office - Finding Aids Public Record Office for the UK offers a listing of resources for
gathering historical and genealogical data for various professionals.
Saloon, & Cafe Owners Search this extensive list of property owners in the Yukon territory
from the late 1800s and early 1900s, listed alphabetically.
Engine Makers Database Database on the members of the British trade union from 1835 through
1876, featuring historical documents and records.
Confederate Physicians Genealogical and historical information on the physicians from the
state who served in the Confederacy. A search option is offered.
- Was Your Ancestor a
Doctor? Article that provides information and advice on researching family
members who were in the medical field.
- West Virginia Coal Mines Great resource for gathering historical and genealogical information
on the coal mines of West Virginia, and the many workers of the
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