Milwaukee County Genealogical Society
Area Research Group members - Please select "Filter by Category" and select your specific Ethnic Group to limit selections from this extensive link list. Remember that ethnic Germans could have immigrated from current lands of Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, etc. Please check the link listings for Ethnic - German for many helpful links to things like German handwriting script, etc.
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Atlas des Deutschen Reichs - Atlas of the German Empire
Follow "German Girl in America" and all things German (including Milwaukee's German Fest), through Karen's blog and facebook postings.
Brigham Young University set of helpful guides on Kurrent
Sutterlin and altdeutsch
Write your name in Suetterlin
Index of German-Polish and Polish-German names of the localities in Poland and Russia
To search former German town name, to find its current town name. The JewishGen Gazetter was the former JewishGen ShtetlSeeker.
Search the online Meyers Gazeteer.
German to English Genealogy Translations of your family letters, church records, certificates, and more translated. And information about an online course of "Reading The Old German Handwriting".