This section lists the state-wide associations of Colorado. It then lists county associations from Boulder to Foothills giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in 1924 and is the oldest in the state. They publish a quarterly journal and a Subject Index to the first 70 volumes covering 1939-2009 is available to download on the site, as is a surname index for volumes 1 to 71, which covers 1939-2010.
They also publish a quarterly newsletter and it is possible to download past issues covering August 2008 to November 2010 on the site.
A number of publications are available for sale, which include Arapahoe Co. 1885 State Census and The Colorado Genealogist Vol. 1-20 which includes surname indexes.An index to State Marriages 1858-1939 is available on the Denver Public Library website.
The association was established in 1980. They have a list of Member Associations on their site. The association was very proud to host the National Genealogical Society's conference in 1998.Website:
It is possible to download a list of Boulder Co. place names on the site. They have also completed indexes to the Green Mountain Cemetery Interment Book covering 1904-2005 and the Boulder Daily Camera Obituary for 1960-1969 and 1970-1974 and these are available to purchase.
They are in the process of compiling an index to Boulder Co. Pioneers and it is possible to download the index covering 1803-1876.Website:
They have several on-line indexes that have been completed by Group Members including:
There is also a list of surnames currently being researched by members.Website:
The association was established in 1980. Their site contains:
They also have School Records/Indexes for Jefferson County and Park County, along with Marriage Records for Park County.
They also have a list of ongoing projects. In addition, they have a six-monthly newsletter called The Foothills Enquirer and they have name and subject indexes to this publication from 1981-2010.
It is also possible to download the Foothills Enquirer Volumes 5-10 which covers 1985-1990. They also have online indexes to several books and magazines.Website: