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Greene Connections: Greene County, Pennsylvania Archives Project: Home

Greene Connections is a volunteer initiative to preserve photographs and records from Greene County, Pennsylvania history. We work with families, organizations, and repositories to digitize and document historical items for free, public access.
Variety of old photographs and albums

Archives / Photos

Photographs, letters, Bibles, diaries, Justice of the Peace dockets, maps, newspapers, and more have been shared by families and repositories with the Greene Connections Archives Project.


A-Z Databases

Online resources for Greene County, Pennsylvania local and family history research, including links to state and county repositories, regional DNA projects, and special topics.



Mining every detail in local records can unravel family history mysteries that embrace all aspects of Greene County's past.

Greene County history books on shelf


Peruse this list of local and family history publications featuring Greene County, Pennsylvania.



Geographical directory of 400+ local cemeteries organized by township with links to annotated burial records, photographs, WPA maps, Find a Grave rosters, and more.


Courthouse Records

Records and offices at the Greene County Courthouse, with links to digital records when available.



Military records and histories for Greene County, Pennsylvania soldiers from the American Revolution through World War I.

National Archives Records

National Archives Records

Inventory of known National Archives (NARA) records related to Greene County, Pennsylvania.

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Census, DNA, maps, newspapers, and more. These include digital and print collections.

Cap and gown graduation class photo

Waynesburg College Alumni

Alumni rosters for graduating classes 1852-1938, including photographs, matriculation cards, school catalogs, and more.

WWI Soldiers

World War I: Rain Day Boys

Between July 28-29, 1918, Greene County, Pennsylvania, lost 18 young men, killed or mortally wounded on a battlefield in France during WWI. Throughout the course of the war at least 60 local soldiers made the ultimate sacrifice. These are their stories.


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