Arizona Genealogical Advisory Board
Arizona Genealogical Advisory Board
Genealogy & Heritage Organizations in AZ
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Arizona Archives Alliance is a nonprofit educational and support organization. It provides assistance to Arizona archives and archivists, and promotes the use of Arizona’s archives through funding opportunities, training, and a symposium series.
[Located in Category: Other]
For over one hundred years, the National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims has been dedicated to preserving both the genealogies and histories of our Pilgrim ancestors.
[Located in Category: Lineage Society]
The Arizona Council of Professional Genealogists (AzCPG) was created to fill a need in our community to have a forum where we can communicate with each other and exchange ideas.
[Located in Category: AzGAB Member Society]
The Arizona Historical Society is proud to serve as the steward of Arizona’s history. Their collections, housed in AHS museum facilities throughout the state, number in excess of three million objects.
[Located in Category: Historical Society]
In 1981, The Arizona Jewish Historical Society was founded in order to preserve and celebrate the rich heritage of Arizona’s Jewish communities, to educate the public about the Jewish contributions to Arizona and American life, and to promote awareness of our state’s diverse history through arts, culture and educational programs.
[Located in Category: Historical Society]
A non-profit hereditary society dedicated to preserving the history and noble ideals of our Mayflower ancestors.
[Located in Category: Lineage Society]
The National Society of the Children of the American Revolution trains good citizens, develops leaders and promotes love of the United States of America and its heritage among young people.
[Located in Category: Lineage Society]
The Society Colonial Dames XVII Century is an organization of women, eighteen years of age or over, who are lineal descendants of an ancestor who lived and served prior to 1701 in one of the Original Colonies in the geographical area of the present United State of America. Our members are devoted to preserving the memory of those that settled in the United States of America prior to 1701.
[Located in Category: Lineage Society]
[Located in Category: Lineage Society]
Founded in 1896, the Order is made up of "Associates" who trace their ancestry back to those first colonists and who have forefathers in the same male ancestral line who served in the American Revolution. Today, as in the past, it is comprised of a wide range of individuals, all linked by a common heritage and dedicated to American ideals.
[Located in Category: Lineage Society]
The National Society Sons of the American Revolution (NSSAR) is the premier male lineage society with sixteen U.S. Presidents and twenty seven Medal of Honor recipient Compatriots on our member rolls.
[Located in Category: Lineage Society]
For more than a century, members of the National Society United States Daughters of 1812 have dedicated themselves to patriotism, preservation of documents and relics, and education. These goals are as relevant in today’s society as they were when the organization was founded in 1892.
[Located in Category: Lineage Society]
Sons of Confederate Veterans is preserving the history and legacy of these heroes so that future generations can understand the motives that animated the Southern Cause.
[Located in Category: Lineage Society]
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women’s service organization composed of women who have men or women in their lineage who served to help form this country during the Revolutionary War.
[Located in Category: Lineage Society]
[Located in Category: AzGAB Member Society]
The Bouse Genies are a group of people who are interested in their personal genealogical research.
[Located in Category: AzGAB Member Society]
Established in 1964, the Caledonian Society of Arizona is the premier Scottish organization in the Valley of the Sun. The Society promotes Scottish culture through membership, education and celebration of all things Scottish. The Caledonian Society welcomes anyone who is Scottish by birth, by heritage, or to anyone who is interested in learning about our unique culture.
[Located in Category: Historical Society]
The Camp Verde Historical Society is a museum in downtown Camp Verde that displays exhibits about the early pioneering days of Camp Verde.
[Located in Category: Historical Society]
The Society is incorporated: to promote, encourage, and foster the study of and research of family histories, genealogies, and original genealogical research; to encourage and assist in the collection, preservation, and dissemination of materials related to genealogical research; to encourage and instruct members in the ethical principles, scientific methods, and effective techniques of genealogical research, and to raise funds for any of the foregoing objectives of the Society and to accept donations, gifts, legacies and bequests.
[Located in Category: AzGAB Member Society]
A non-profit group that specializes in preserving the history of Yuma, AZ. Every single member of our group is passionate about the rich history behind Yuma.
[Located in Category: AzGAB Member Society]
The LHGS is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving genealogical and historical data. Our objective is to encourage and assist others in gathering ancestral information. The library is open to the public free of charge.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Society]
The McClelland Library was designed by architect, Paul Ahern, after a 12th century Norman Castle. The three-story building houses 8,000 books from Irish authors, poets, and genealogical sources. The library houses a permanent exhibit on The Book of Kells, several reading rooms, and computer access to various disciplines of Irish and Celtic studies including genealogy. The library is the largest library of its kind in the Western United States.
[Located in Category: Library]
The Research Facility of the Mohave Museum of History and Arts offers our visitors a great deal, if you are serious about your research of the southwest. It combines a reference library, photo repository, and “treasure chests” full of documents.
[Located in Category: Historical Society]
NACHS was founded in 1997. The Northern Arizona Celtic Heritage Society is dedicated to presenting, promoting, and preserving Celtic culture. Our goal is to educate the public about the heritage, language, traditions, art, and history of the Celtic people both ancient and modern.
[Located in Category: Historical Society]
A non-profit dedicated to all aspects of genealogy, providing access to local records and other genealogical information. The Society serves genealogists throughout Yavapai and Coconino Counties.
[Located in Category: AzGAB Member Society]
To create, foster and maintain the history and genealogy of Northern Gila County. We will preserve records, conduct workshops and research, share information, and continually expand resources available to public
[Located in Category: Genealogy Society]
The Phoenix Genealogical Society is open to all persons with an ardent desire to learn more about where they, and their ancestors, came from and where they might be going. A search for a lost ancestor is a puzzle with no end. One branch of the family tree leads to another.
[Located in Category: AzGAB Member Society]
The Pima County Genealogy Society, located in Tucson, Arizona, was established in July 2011. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to helping you discover more about your heritage.
[Located in Category: Other]
A group of researchers composed of permanent residents and winter visitors living in Pinal County. Their genealogy experience ranges from beginners to seasoned researchers.
[Located in Category: AzGAB Member Society]
The Mission of the Pioneers' Cemetery Association, Inc. is to conserve and protect the historic physical remains, grave markers, artifacts, and buildings of Pioneer & Military Memorial Park and provide a safe, accessible community resource for present and future generations; to acknowledge, celebrate, and promote Arizona's Pioneer History, represented by those interred in Arizona historic cemeteries, through research, education, conservation, preservation, and community engagement.
[Located in Category: Historical Society]
The Sharlot Hall Museum Library & Archives is a full-service Research Center (L&ARC). The Center provides a variety of resources and archival materials for all patrons and researchers to use as they investigate and study the various topics relating to Prescott and its surrounding communities, Yavapai County area and the Arizona Central Highlands region. The Museum and its archives were established in 1928. Accordingly, the Center has a variety of materials in the collections that reach back into Arizona’s territorial era up to the present.
[Located in Category: Historical Society]
The Sierra Vista Genealogy Club is a project of the Sierra Vista Historical Society, http://svhsaz.org/ and is hosted by members of the Tombstone Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Society]
The Southern Arizona Genealogy Society (SAGS) is an outgrowth of the Green Valley Genealogical Society that began in late 1976. Although meetings are still held in Green Valley, membership and community outreach covers Cochise, Pima, Santa Cruz, Yuma, and any other counties interested in our Society's programs.
[Located in Category: AzGAB Member Society]
The First Families of Arizona meets on the last Tuesday of each month from September to May, except for the month of December, when it meets on the third Tuesday. All meetings are held at First United Methodist Church, 5510 North Central Avenue in Phoenix. Meetings begin at 10 AM with a short business meeting, followed by an educational program.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Society]
The Welsh League of Arizona endeavors to: Promote Welsh language and culture by providing or coordinating performing arts and literary events, offering language classes, and using the language and participating in Celtic festivals and other community events.
[Located in Category: Historical Society]
The WVGS is a non-profit corporation dedicated to researching, recording, and sharing genealogical and ethnic information. Serving Genealogists throughout the Northwest Valley area of Maricopa County, Arizona with the largest genealogical library in Arizona;
[Located in Category: AzGAB Member Society]