Atlanta Area Genealogical Resources

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Expert Question: I have family from several counties that make up Atlanta, Georgia.  Where can I get a list of resources?

Expert Answer: It just so happens that the Family Tree Expert published a book in 1994 entitled, Genealogical Resources In The Atlanta Area.  The eBook is available for your personal use or you can purchase a hardbound copy below. 

           “Genealogical Resources in the Atlanta Area” (148 pp.) is a reference book detailing institutions of genealogical significance in the nine counties surrounding Atlanta.  They include Clayton, Cobb, Dekalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry, Paulding and Rockdale counties. The book is divided into two parts.  The first pertains to general genealogical sources -- those of interest to everyone.  The second part is specifically for Jewish genealogical researchers of the Atlanta area.

          Within the first part, the organizations are grouped geographically by city, county, state and federal institutions.  The only exception is the Family History Center which has its own section.  For the second part of the book, Atlanta Jewish Sources, and each geographic section, the facilities are listed in alphabetical order.  Each institution contains detailed information about the resource including: facility director, address, phone number, hours of operation, directions from downtown Atlanta, description of resources, finding aids, description of facility, fees, and any restrictions on use.

          There are also several appendices providing additional sources of information including a listing of Atlanta area genealogical and historical societies, books of interest, and more.  All of the resources are indexed by surname, locality, and subject.

 

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Click here to download a copy of Genealogical Resources In The Atlanta Area.  It is in PDF format.  If you need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, click here to download.

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