The Colony of New York became a state on 20 April 1777 with the adoption of its first constitution. New York State is surrounded on the north by the Province of Quebec, Canada, on the east by the State of Vermont, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the States of Connecticut and Rhode Island, on the south by the State of New Jersey, on the southwest by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and on the northwest by the Province of Ontario, Canada.
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Avery-Palmer-Ward-Nash Family Heritage Center
Family trees, historical narratives, photos, maps, lists of names and locations, and recipes for the Avery-Palmer-Ward-Nash families who settled in Central NYS.
Cyndi's List - U.S. - New York
Categorized and cross-referenced links for genealogy in New York State
Journey to a New Land: The Bradt Family in History
A social history that traces a family from Norway and Holland to New York State (1600-1800), portraying the implications politics and economics had on the lives of common people.
New York GenWeb Project
A single entry point for all counties in the State of New York, where genealogical data and information about each county can easily be found.
New York Research at The Records Room
Locate resources (online listings, books, CD-Rom, lookups and addresses) for vital records in each county within the state of New York.
New York State and the Civil War
Deals with the state's role in the War of the Rebellion and its aftermath.
Upstate New York Welsh
Celebrates the Welsh heritage of western, central, and eastern NY. Contains information on Welsh settlements, culture, churches, cemeteries, and immigrants from Wales in Cattaraugus, Allegany, Wyoming, and Oneida and other counties.
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