This is a list of free Antarctica Genealogy Records online at FamilySearch.
Included are Antarctica gazetteers and travel information. We’ll continue to add more Antarctica collections available online at FamilySearch. If you’re looking for onsite collections, visit their website & catalog.
These collections are all free to search. Due to contractual obligations, you’ll need to be logged in with a free FamilySearch account to view some of these records. If you follow the link and find the record is locked, login to FamilySearch on your computer and this may unlock the collection.
How to View the Collections
Some links take you straight to the collection.
Other links take you to a catalog description page where you will have to select the link.
Look for a camera icon and select that icon
or look for red print and select “here”
If there is a key icon above the camera, this collection may be digitized and online, but you will either have to be signed in to your account at FamilySearch or they may need to be viewed at your local family history center or affiliate library. Find the nearest viewing center near you.
In a few cases, the collection may be in queue to be digitized and you’ll need to check back at a later date.
Antarctica Residence Records
Maps, Almanacs, and Gazetteers
- Antarctica – Geographic names of Antarctica: official standard names approved by the U.S. Board on Geographic Names
Antarctica Daily Life Records
Description & Travel
- The marvelous wonders of the polar world : being a complete and authentic history of voyages and discoveries in the polar regions
- The siege of the South pole
- Three years of Arctic service : an account of the Lady Franklin Bay Expedition of 1881-84, and the attainment of the farthest north