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A Mountain of Information
Millions of genealogical records are stored in the mountain library of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - learn how to access these record through your local Family History Center.
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Allen County Public Library
Jennifer Doerflein Hines examines the resources at one of the largest genealogical libraries in North America.
March/April 1998
Between the Lines
Ever wonder what your ancestors' daily lives were really like? Find your family history in the pages of old newspapers.
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Beyond the Genealogy Section
A look at some of the surprising resources found in almost every department of your public library.
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Canadian Civil Registration
Brian Gilchrist tells us where we can find records of births, marriages and deaths in each province.
September/October 1997
City Directories: The Fourth Vital Record
Robert W. Marlin shows how city directories, often overlooked as a genealogical resource, can provide a mass of information.
March/April 1998
Death Records
Voncille Shipley offers advice on tracing ancestors through their final records.
July/August 1998
Family History Centers
Ron Wild describes the facilities and records that you can expect to find at the Mormon Family History Centers.
May/June 1998
Naturalization Records
Robert W. Marlin tells us about the invaluable information that is available in these documents.
January/February 1998
Old News is Good News
Peter Carr describes some of the information you can find in old newspapers.
September/October 1997
Passenger Ship Lists
Robert W. Marlin shows us what we can learn from these important records.
September/October 1998
Research Resources
A collection of useful products and services for the amateur genealogist.
July/August 1998
Research Resources
A collection of useful products and services for the amateur genealogist.
September/October 1998
Using Your National Archives
A peek behind the archive walls at the records available through the national archives of Canada and the United States.
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Where to Look it Up
Writing away for records is easy, finding the address is the hard part. We show you how to find the right address.
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Why can't I find my English Ancestors on the IGI?
Ron Wild tells you where to look if the IGI does not list your ancestors.
May/June 1998

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