This section lists associations from Jefferson to Washington giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in September 1996. Its aim is to preserve the pioneer heritage of the county.
There is an on-line person index and Tables of Contents for the Pioneer Trail, their Quarterly Publication. Back Issues of this publication are available for sale. A research service is offered by the society.
A number of other publications are also available for sale, which include:
The society was established in June 1973, its aims being to help people researching their genealogy and to promote and encourage the study of family history.
Information and databases are on the site, which include:
Information and databases also incorporate:
Links to other sites you may find of use are also accessible.Website:
Back Issues of their Newsletter from 1996 are on the site. There are also Every Name Indexes of the Newsletters from 1992-1998.
A number of publications are available for sale, which incorporate:
The association was established in 1919, with $1000 that was left over from the 1919 Centennial Celebration. It was incorporated in 1925, its purpose being to preserve the history of Washington County and surrounding area for future generations.
They have a museum where many archives are accessible, which include:
Archives also incorporate:
Several databases are on the site, which include Biographies of Washington Co. Early Settlers pre 1867, Washington Co. Cemetery Records and Records of Blair Cemetery Plots.Website: