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Genealogy

Records in the Alaska State Archives document the functions and activities of the State and Territorial government. None of the records kept at the Archives were created for the purpose of genealogical research. However, the Archives does hold many records that contain information on individuals such as:

How to Request information from the Archives

To respond promptly to your request for a person you are looking for, we need some of the following information:

  • His/her full name (maiden name)
  • Time and place of birth in Alaska
  • Time and place of death
  • The school he/she attended
  • Marriage/divorce in Alaska
  • Land ownership status, mining.
  • Business ownership
  • Involvement in a lawsuit
  • Alaska naturalization status
  • Possible military service

If you have some of the above information, use our Research Inquiry Form to ask us a question.

Individual researchers may provide you with their help. Acurrent list of independent researchers is available.

Web Resources

Adoption

Alaska Native

Birth, death, marriage, divorce

Burial place

Census records

Civil/criminal cases after 1959

Historical photos

Land ownership

Obituary

School certificates, diploma, transcripts, and GED records

State Trooper

Page last updated 03/21/2019