- U.S. Resources: Missouri - The first stop for any research in Missouri.
- MOGenWeb - Part of US GenWeb Project.
- Cyndi's List of Missouri Genealogy Links.
- MHS Library & Research Center contains "the premier regional history collection documenting St. Louis, Missouri, the Mississippi and Missouri Valleys, the Louisiana Purchase Territory, and the American West."
- Lawrence County Web Site
- Barry County Web Site
- Genealogy in St. Louis - Continually updated. Dave Lossos' outstanding site which includes original material as well as links to other significant St. Louis sites, such as the St. Louis Public Library 's Online Obituary Index and the Surname index to the 1878 St. Louis Atlas. The first St. Louis site you should visit.
- Historic Neighborhoods of St. Louis - A valuable site that lists, locates and describes the various neighborhoods that evolved in St. Louis. Includes Neighborhood Histories by Norbury L. Wayman, well worth a look.
- Time Portal to Old St. Louis - Part of the American History Local Network, Scott K. Williams' site features an extensive collection of the music and images of historic St. Louis, as well as detailed histories, such as "Missourians in the First World War".
- Paulette's "St.Louis - Old and New" - Includes church and cemetery information from the 1897 Gould's St. Louis Directory.
- St. Louis City & County GenWeb Page
- St. Louis Genealogical Society Home Page - General information regarding location, hours, publications, classes, and the society's collection of resources at the main office and at the St. Louis County Library on Lindbergh.
- St. Louis County Library "Local History & Genealogy" web page. Gives you a glimpse of the kinds of materials which are available at the library on Lindbergh. Also provides security guidelines for using the facility.
- Obituaries - St. Louis Public Library Site - Online searchable information for obituaries, 1900-1909, 1918-19, 1942-43, and 1992-97.
- Field Trip to St. Louis - Web pages designed to help researchers planning a visit to St. Louis. Details the plannning of two trips, 1998 and 2001, as well as summaries of the visits themselves. Special section devoted to Old Cathedral.
- MO-STLOUIS-METRO Mailing List - An email list that allows people to share information and queries about St.Louis. Mail lists can be a great resource to you, and are especially helpful in planning research trips to a locale. To subscribe to the list, send an email to MO-STLOUIS-METRO-Lfirstname.lastname@example.org with the word "subscribe" typed in the message area (without quote marks). Visit the St.Louis-Metro Home Page for more information.
- St.Louis-MO Mailing List - Another good mail server brought to you by those busy volunteers over at RootsWeb. Subscribe as above, sending an email to StLouis-MO-Lemail@example.com. More detailed information about the mail list will be sent to one once you have registered.