The South Sioux City Public Library staff offers to help you search for local family history that was recorded in our local newspapers. You may call or email the library with your request, or fill out the form below. For genealogical research requests, we ask that you provide the first and last name of the individual and the date of information you are looking for (such as birth, death, marriage).
- African-American Genealogy a how-to guide from PBS
- Family Tree Searcher
- FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon)
- Find a Grave includes links to pictures and other sites and a bibliography of print resources about the final resting place of famous people
- Genealogy.com One of the best resources for beginners to genealogy and family history to learn the basics of research
- JewishGen: The Official Home of Jewish Genealogy
- National Archives – Resources for Genealogists
- Nationwide Gravesite Locator lists more than three million veterans buried at 120 national cemeteries since the Civil War. Also has records for some state veterans cemeteries and burials at Arlington National Cemetery since 1999.
- Online Searchable Death Indexes and Records links to online death indexes by state and county. Included are death indexes, obituaries, probate indexes and cemetery & burial indexes
- Rootsweb Internet’s oldest genealogy site lets you see who is looking for the same surnames you are
- Social Security Death Index
- Veteran’s Service Records Information from the National Archives and Records Administration on how to obtain records