Social Studies Intermediate Open Educational Resources

Social Studies Intermediate Open Educational Resources

The County Clerk is responsible for Vital Statistics, Public Records, and Genealogy for the Oneida area. Records and historical information are accessible to the public either in the County Office or by request. Information on town history and ancestry may be very useful in teaching local history to your classroom.  

The Mary King Research Library houses information on family names, newspapers on microfilm, vital stats, census records, maps and more. Researchers can conduct their own research with the assistance of an in-house researcher by calling to make an appointment or by sending a request via mail or email. You may submit research requests if you...

The County Clerk's office contains a wealth of materials for both the genealogist and general researcher. Among the records you may find useful are naturalizations, marriage certificates (duplicates of forms filed with the local town or village dating from 1908-1931), census records (federal and state), school records (mostly financial reports...

In Madison County the historian maintains a regular column in a number of local newspapers and maintains office hours during the week in the County Clerk's office and assists in archival document preservation.  He is part of the team that created and currently maintains the index lists that are visible on the county website and assists local...

These tutorials will guide you in useing all sorts of primary resources in the classroom. The videos are prepared by NYSED and cover topics from finding primary resources to utilizing video in the classroom. Watch and learn as Keith Swaney from the New York State Archives and ...

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