Genealogy from Home!

Just because the BPL is temporarily closed doesn’t mean you can’t still work on your family tree! The BPL offers several resources that can be used from home, and there are many free websites for genealogy research available. BPL Resources Databases Ancestry Library Edition- Thanks to the generosity of our vendor, Ancestry Library Edition will…
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Genealogy at the BPL — February 2020

In February 2020, the Research Services Department will be offering four weeks of programming: Monday, 2/03 – Class: Introduction to Genealogy and BPL Resources Monday, 2/10 – Class: Researching Your Home Wednesday, 2/19 – Class: Introduction to Genealogy Databases and Other Electronic Resources Monday, 2/24 – Drop-In: Genealogy and Family History Drop-In There will be time at the end…
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Vital Records and Genealogy

Vital Records are government produced records documenting births, marriages, and deaths. They are important sources of information in genealogy research and can be good jumping off points if you are starting out on your research. They can contain information about where someone lived, what their occupation was plus information about their parents, spouse, or children…
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