This section lists associations from Ramsey to Sibley providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was estalished in 1949 when citizens acquired Heman and Jane Gibbs farm in Falcon Heights. The Gibbs Museum opened in 1954. Their aims are to promote and encourage the study of genealogy and to preserve historical materials for future generations.
They have a Research Centre which is located in St Paul's Landmark Centre where a number of archives are available, which incorporate:
They also publish Ramsey County History, their quarterly magazine.Website:
Also listed under North Dakota.
The society was established in 1927, its aim being to collect and preserve the history of Roseau County.
They also have a Research Library where many archives are accessible, which include:
A list of Roseau Co. Cemeteries is also on the site.
A number of publications and other items are available for sale, which incorporate:
The aim of the association is to preserve information and make it accessible to the public.
They also have a Library where a number of archives are available, which incorporate:
A surname index to Obituaries, Marriages, Death and Significant Events is available on the site along with a list of Cemeteries. They also have an on-line catalogue.
World War 2 Oral History Interviews are also available.Website:
The association has a Museum where a number of Genealogical Resources are available, which include:
A list of surnames included in the Family Histories is on the site.
They also have details of cemeteries in the area. They have recorded over 6500 memorials.Website: