403 East 8th St., Port Angeles, WA 98362
Phone: (360) 417-5000
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CCGS Receives Grant!!
Clallam Co. Genealogical Society has received a Grant from the Clallam Co. Heritage Advisory Board for $2400.00. We put in a grant application to the Heritage Advisory Board for money to purchase needed equipment, to begin the project of digitalizing our Obituary files. Currently we have over 50,000 obituaries, dating back to the 1880's and to current times. Some of the older newsprint obits are deteriorating and are in need of preservation. By digitalizing all of our obits, we preserve them for future genealogist and improve access to them for all. We greatly appreciated this generous gift! If you are interested in working on this project, please contact the Research Center.
Come See Our New Library & Computer Research Room
The CCGS Library is open to the public for use at the Research Center. Members of CCGS may check out books. Click on Library/Archives, then on LibraryThing to access our library catalog. Our collection contains nearly 4000 books, covering the United States and the world, genealogy how to books, military books, periodicals and much more. We have alot of recent additions to our collection.
Our Computer Research Room is open to members and the public. The computer stations are spaced 6 feet apart for your safety and privacy. The public will be asked to make a donation for use of databases and cost of any copies made. Subscription databases available are; AmericanAncestors, Ancestry, Fold 3, Genealogy Bank and FindMyPast.
Who's Your Granny?
Interested in searching for your family roots?
We are here to help! Contact us regarding beginner classes held monthly
Need help with a genealogy project?
Our Research Center is staffed by volunteers who can help you.
For a donation, our researchers will do your project for you! Your first consultation is free!
Call the Research Center to make an appointment with one of our researchers.
Looking for info on Clallam County Records?
We have; Pioneer Files (here before statehood in 1889), Early Families (here before 1900),
Native American Census records, School Census Records, Early Vital Records, Probate Abstracts,
Cemetery information, Obituaries, School Annuals, Local City Directories, Old phone books and many published local histories.
Go to Local Records to view and print indexes.
We are a FamilySearch Affiliate!
CCGS Research Center a FamilySearch Affiliate!
This is great news for our Society and genealogy researchers! When you come into the CCGS Research Center and use our computers to access FamilySearch.org, you will have increased access to records previously only available at a Family History Center. Come in and see what you can find!
Click on our PayPal link on the left column and our donations link will appear in small blue letters directly under the upper case PAYPAL or click on DONATE to go DIRECTLY. Use the drop down box to choose operating fund or chose a project of your interest. Every gift goes to keeping our Research Center operational and providing access to resources for family history researchers and educational programs. Our staff is all volunteer.