History Hub - is a research support community for everyone, including genealogists, historians,and citizen archivists - It's a useful tool for genealogical and historical questions (and more) that are frequently asked in various permeations. It brings together the knowledge of experts from NARA and LC and citizen experts who answer the questions on the site from their experiences and own research. There are areas that come up often— military history /records and genealogy and women’s rights and Native American sources.
Massachusetts Archives - The Archives, a division of the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, is the repository for Massachusetts records generated by state government. Archives holdings date from the beginning of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1628 and document the settlement of lands in Maine and Massachusetts, the arrival of immigrants, and the development of state government.
My Heritage - Focuses on genealogy community building and networking.
American Folklife Center - Oral Traditions - American Family History and Folklife Online Resource - "Many of the most dearly held traditions among Americans of all backgrounds are maintained within the family. People are increasingly interested in studying their family history, and in researching their family’s folk traditions. The goal of this online presentation, created by the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, is to encourage and assist American families in carrying out this important and rewarding research."
National Archives - Family Papers - How to Preserve Family Archives (papers and photographs)"Maybe a relative sent you old letters, certificates, and family photographs and you are not sure what to do. Maybe you’re wondering how to save your child’s pictures and other mementos. These simple tips will help you preserve your family papers and photographs for the next generation. Preventing damage is the key to preserving your items."