Projects are collaborations between WikiTree members. If you want to start a project for anything, contact Lianne Lavoie!
These are Projects that currently have active collaboration between participants, and discussions on G2G and/or the project talk page in the last 3 months.
The 1776 Project is for Profiles of ancestors that were involved in the early history of the United States of America, circa 1776 through 1789. This time period covers the War for Independence through the ratification of the United States Constitution by our Founding Fathers. Please join us!
The place for WikiTreers who want to improve WikiTree's coverage of the French settlers who came to Nova Scotia and the surrounding areas in the early 1600s, and their descendants.
This project is for those who have WikiTree profiles of people who were Anzacs and to honour their service. We shall remember them.
WikiTree Arborists are volunteers who have taken on the mission of improving the overall health of our single world WikiTree. In particular, Arborists seek out and merge duplicate profiles.
To coordinate the efforts of WikiTreers who are working to improve the converage of the first European settlers of Australia.
To coordinate WikiTreers who are researching and improving WikiTree's coverage of families in the Bahamas.
For WikiTreers who are working on improving the profiles of the Canadian Prime Ministers, Fathers of Confederation, and other historical Canadian figures.
To bring together WikiTreers who want to help manage the Categories and encourage their use.
For those interested in exploring how WikiTree can integrate DNA test results.
The oldest and largest project on WikiTree, EuroAristo's focus is on the noble families of Europe, from as far back as there are reliable records, to the present day.
Members nominate the most interesting new photos uploaded to WikiTree in the past week, then choose a winner. Please become a Voting Member!
A friendly group of members who welcome new guest members and confirm those who volunteer to become Wiki Genealogists.
This project focuses on the French Huguenots, Protestants living in Catholic France who migrated to other countries to avoid persecution.
This project focuses on integrating WikiTree and the Genealogist-2-Genealogist Forum.
This project focuses on the LDS Pioneers who came from the East (NY, Vermont, Illinois, Ohio, etc) and settled in Utah.
For WikiTreers who are working on the profiles of the Mayflower passengers and their immediate families.
Mentors are Wiki Genealogists who help and interact with new members in our community. Basically, we take over where the Greeters leave off. Mentors will play a big role in getting guests and new members going, as well as educating members through various means such as the G2G and the blog.
This project focuses on New Netherland families who settled the area during Dutch rule. The period covered is through October 1674, but see the project's criteria page for details, as it also has a subcategory that covers to 1800.
The new Profile of the Week Project is here ! Our goal is to bring attention to great profiles — ones with interesting stories, or that are especially well-researched, or well-formatted, categorized, etc.
For WikiTreers interested in the early Puritan colonists who started arriving after the Mayflower and form the 20-40k settlers who arrived in New England mostly between 1621 and 1650.
A Project for WikiTreers who are interested in the Scottish Clans and related families.
For WikiTreers interested in improving the profiles of the passengers and crew of the Titanic.
To coordinate the efforts of WikiTreers who are working to improve the profiles of the US presidents.
To use the collaborative powers of WikiTree to collect, organize, and trace the information of Volga German families into one easily-referenced location.
This is for discussing and sharing tools to make WikiTree better. It includes external tools and the development of internal features and changes. This group is especially for those with technical skills.
For WikiTreers interested in the people who immigrated from Europe to Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas starting in 1682.
Dormant Projects are projects that have had no activity on G2G in the last three months. They aren't dead; they're just a bit slow right now. You can help bring them back to Active status by joining, starting some discussions, and/or recruiting new members!
To bring together WikiTreers who are focusing on the French settlers to came to Quebec in the 17th century.
Pending Projects are ideas for projects that someone wants to start, or projects that someone thinks should exist.
They should be listed here until they meet the requirements for starting a new project.
If there are project-protected profiles that don't yet have a project, list them here. Organize them by what potential project they would belong in.
If you'd be interested in participating in a project, add your name and any notes about what you would like to do.
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