Re: [FHCNET] List of FamilySearch Sites
- One additional site for FHCs is http://fhc.familysearch.org /
https://fhc.familysearch.org for accessing the FHC Services Online Portal.
On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 5:54 PM, Shanna Jones <shannasjones@...> wrote:
> Here is my alphabetical list, let me know if I missed any please..
> https://apps.lds.org/sign-in/go/login.jsf LDS Account is the main
> sign-on account for many online LDS Church resources.
> https://Beta.familysearch.org <https://beta.familysearch.org/> The beta
> version of FamilySearch.org -
> Learn more about the exciting new features coming to FamilySearch. Includes
> Historical Records, Trees, Library Catalog, and All Collections from
> https://Consultant.familysearch.org <https://consultant.familysearch.org/>Family History Consultant and
> Priesthood Leaders Registration
> https://Devnet.familysearch.org <https://devnet.familysearch.org/> The
> FamilySearch Developer Network
> provides information and resources for software programmers who support the
> FamilySearch platform.
> 07&ref=ts> &ref=ts
> FamilySearch Facebook page
> xing?ref=ts> &ref=ts#!/familysearchindexing?ref=ts
> FamilySearch Indexing Facebook page
> http://www.Familysearch.org <http://www.familysearch.org/> FamilySearch is
> the official family history
> site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
> http://www.Familysearch.org/mission <http://www.familysearch.org/mission>Discover the joy of helping people find
> their ancestors from the convenience of your home.
> https://Films.familysearch.org <https://films.familysearch.org/> Online
> microfilm ordering (Not yet available
> in the United States)
> http://Forums.familysearch.org <http://forums.familysearch.org/> Here you
> can ask questions about how to
> find ancestors or discuss and get help with family history centers and
> FamilySearch websites.
> http://Ftbeta.familysearch.org <http://ftbeta.familysearch.org/> Site used
> for beta testing
> https://Help.familysearch.org <https://help.familysearch.org/> Help
> Center: Self-Help, Personal
> Assistance, or Contact Family History Support
> http://Histfam.familysearch.org <http://histfam.familysearch.org/>Community Trees: Lineage-linked
> genealogies from specific time periods and geographic localities around the
> world, including supporting sources.
> http://Indexing.familysearch.org <http://indexing.familysearch.org/>Volunteers from around the world easily
> extract data from valuable records and provide free searchable indexes -
> from the convenience of their homes.
> https://Labs.familysearch.org <https://labs.familysearch.org/>FamilySearch Labs showcases new family
> history technologies that aren't ready for prime time. Feedback goes
> directly to development teams.
> http://Lds.org <http://lds.org/> Official Web site of The Church of Jesus
> Christ of
> Latter-day Saints. Click Serving in the Church > Family History > Temple
> and Family History Course Materials & Training Videos for Family History
> http://learning.beta.familysearch.org/ Family History tutorials and
> videos, genealogy learning online
> https://Maps.familysearch.org <https://maps.familysearch.org/> England
> Jurisdictions map
> https://New.familysearch.org <https://new.familysearch.org/> The new
> FamilySearch Web site is an online
> family tree application that allows patrons to collaborate with others to
> build, share, manage, and preserve their family histories online. It also
> helps members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints perform
> temple ordinances on behalf of their deceased ancestors.
> http://Pilot.familysearch.org <http://pilot.familysearch.org/> Former
> search experience to search or
> browse through images of records made available through FamilySearch
> https://Priesthood.familysearch.org <https://priesthood.familysearch.org/>Priesthood leaders who register
> here will receive copies of the same information that is sent to their
> family history center directors and family history consultants.
> https://Store.familysearch.org <https://store.familysearch.org/> The
> FamilySearch Store
> https://Training.familysearch.org <https://training.familysearch.org/> The
> training system for the new
> FamilySearch web site.
> https://Wiki.familysearch.org <https://wiki.familysearch.org/> Free family
> history research advice for
> the community, by the community.
> Shanna Jones
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