On Day 14 of Family History Month, check out OpenArchives for Netherlands research. The Netherlands has an open data policy and most government records are free to access. OpenArchives is a newer company that has built a very user-friendly system for searching Dutch family history records.
OpenArchives searches are free and may link to free scans.
OpenArchives also has subscription offerings allowing users to download records as PDF files, GEDCOM files, CSV files, or XLS files. Subscribers also enjoy the benefit of the system's automatic searches for related family members and children of any primary search you enter.
See the OnGenealogy listing for searchable collections available at OpenArchives.
OpenArchives receives data from the following archives:
Amsterdam City Archives
Brabant Historical Information Centre
City archive Breda
City archive Deventer
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