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Participate in our collaborative projects!

Do you have some spare time? Do you like history? Do you want to help preserve our heritage and democratize genealogical resources? No special skills are required, and there's no obligation to join. Take a look at the collaborative projects supported by Geneanet below!

Current projects

Save our Graves

Save our Graves

Cemeteries are one of the most important resources for genealogists, and we must capture and index graves before they are lost. Join our project and take pictures of graves around your place.

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Now and Then

Now and Then

View, photograph and superimpose old photos and present day scenes of your favorite places!

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The New York City Geographic Birth Index

The New York City Geographic Birth Index

The goal of this project is to index the half a million cards of the New York City Geographic Birth Index. Indexing is done online with our Collaborative Indexing module.

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US Navy Muster Rolls

US Navy Muster Rolls

In the latter part of the 19th century, every US Navy ship had a register listing every sailor of the crew. Many crewmen on the American ships were of foreign origin; up to a third were British or Irish! Researching sailors is often challenging; these previously unindexed registers will no doubt break brick walls on both sides of the Atlantic.

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Project King's Daughters (French: Filles du roy)

Project King's Daughters (French: Filles du roy)

Participate in the collaborative tree project about the Filles du Roy (King's Daughters). The King's Daughters were young French women who immigrated to New France between 1663 and 1673 as part of a program sponsored by King Louis XIV, to promote marriage and colonize the territory.

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Participate in the General Slocum Disaster Collaborative Tree!

Participate in the General Slocum Disaster Collaborative Tree!

Were your ancestors aboard the PS General Slocum which burned in New York's East River in 1904? Find them in our tree of passengers and their families.

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Commemorative plaques and monuments

Commemorative plaques and monuments

Number of commemorative plaques and monuments pay tribute to famous people who were born or who lived in a place, or to soldiers killed in action, for example. The goal of this project is to index them.

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Geneastar

Geneastar

You have made the family tree of a famous person? You can add it to Geneastar.It will be accepted if there are at least 5 generations and if it's available on Geneanet.

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They participate

149 names indexed on graves and memorials
54 Archival Records
25 Postcards
102 Archival Records