Welcome to Hawaii Genealogy & History!

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Hawaii USGenWeb is a Proud Part of the USGenWeb Project.

 

About the USGenWeb Project!

In June 1996, a group of genealogists created the USGenWeb Project, based on the Kentucky GenWeb Project organized earlier that spring. In the same month, the USGenWeb Archives were created as the centralized online data library of the project. Volunteers were found to coordinate and maintain state and county GenWeb webpages, containing queries, lookup resources, surname registries, and other tools. Other volunteers worked on obtaining and managing the online data files submitted to the project. The Hawaii USGenWeb Project and the Hawaii GenWeb Archives are the Hawaii branches of these national efforts.

The person responsible for the Hawaii USGenWeb Project is Hawaii State GenWeb Coordinator Maggie Stewart. The person responsible for online data related to Hawaii is Hawaii USGenWeb Archives State Manager Maggie Stewart.

Some Hawaii counties are still available. If you are interested in volunteering and hosting a county or in some other volunteer work for this project please view the details on the Guidelines for Volunteers and Coordinators page, then contact Hawaii State Coordinator Maggie Stewart for details.