Genealogy Research in the Library: 5 Steps to Success!
Genealogy Research in the Library: 5 Steps to Success! Heather Kramer, MLIS, CA email@example.com Libraries are great bastions of information and are naturally poised to offer solutions for our genealogical research. Through-out the country there are large and well known genealogy libraries. There are also mid to small size genealogy collections to be found… Continue reading
Fold3 – Free Access to the Native American Collection
Do you have Native American ancestry? Or are you interested in Native American history? Then explore Fold3’s Native American Collection for free November 1-15. Titles in this collection include: Ratified Indian Treaties (1722-1869): Ratified treaties that occurred between the United States government and American Indian tribes. Also included are presidential proclamations, correspondence, and treaty negotiation… Continue reading
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