CALIFORNIA GENWEB PROJECT As an original member of the USGenWeb Project, CAGenWeb's mission is to provide a single entry point for all counties and towns within the state of California, where collected data will be stored. https://cagenweb.org/
CULVER CITY HISTORICAL SOCIETY ARCHIVES AND RESEARCH CENTER (ARC) HOURSLocated in the Veterans Memorial Building at 4117 Overland Avenue, the Culver City Historical Society Archives & Resource Center (ARC) is open the 1st and 3rd Sundays of every month from 1:00p to 3:00p and by appointment. Please enter through the parking lot at the rear of the building. http://www.culvercityhistoricalsociety.org
LOS ANGELES CITY HISTORICAL SOCIETY Since 1976, the Los Angeles City Historical Society has worked to disseminate knowledge of the rich and diverse multicultural history of the city of Los Angeles. We are also the official Friends of the Los Angeles City Archives.
LOS ANGELES WESTSIDE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY PO BOX 10447 Marina Del Rey, CA 90295-6447
ORANGE COUNTY CALIFORNIA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY c/o Huntington Beach Central Library 7111 Talbert Avenue Huntington Beach, California 92648 (714) 536-5549 http://occgs.com
PASSPORT 2 HISTORY The Leonis Adobe Museum is proud to introduce the “Passport 2 History” program. This program unites together many historical and cultural venues in Central & Southern California, introducing visitors to the wealth of historical places, artifacts and stories in the southland. It also encourages patrons to explore and build on the connection between each location. Throughout their journey, passport holders may be entitled to special benefits and gifts at each location and gain the greatest prize of all – a deeper love and understanding of our past and the rich history of Central & Southern California. http://www.passport2history.com/default.asp
RIVERSIDE HISTORICAL SOCIETY For more than 100 years, the Riverside Historical Society (and its predecessor, the Pioneer Historical Society of Riverside), have brought together citizens dedicated to learning about our local history and to preserve a record of it for future generations.
The Society meets for lunch and a speaker program on the last Sunday in January, and then the first Sundays of April, June, October, and December (we are dark in the summer) of each year. Please Note - we do not do genealogical research nor research into old homes/buildings. http://www.riversidehistoricalsociety.org
SAN DIEGO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY P.O. Box 33725 San Diego, CA 92163 Phone: 858-672-2593 Email: SDGS@att.net
SANTA BARBARA MISSION ARCHIVE-LIBRARY The Santa Bárbara Mission Archive- Library is committed to collecting and conserving historical material for the study of Franciscan Missions and Native Peoples of the Americas. 2201 Laguna St. Santa Barbara, CA 93105 (805)682-4713 ext.152 email@example.com http://www.sbmal.org
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 417 Irving Drive Burbank, CA 91504-2408 Phone: 818.843.7247 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.scgsgenealogy.com/index.html NEW MEXICO THE FRENCH IN NEW MEXICO The French have been part of New Mexico’s legacy since the early 1500s. Families with French ancestry abound in New Mexico, as Frenchmen married Native American, Spanish, Creole, Anglo and other European women through the centuries. Women with French ancestry also founded families. François-Marie Patorni 28 Arroyo Calabasas Santa Fe, NM 87506 email@example.com 505-231-4191 https://frenchinnewmexico.com/