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This database is temporarily available outside of the library.
Requires a CCPLS library card number and PIN.
Discover your family’s story through historical records. With FamilySearch’s collection of billions of records, you can piece together your ancestors’ history and bring their stories to life.
This database in not available outside of the library.
Fold3™ History and Genealogy Archives combines original historical documents and personal histories to create a unique historical and genealogical resource. These digital images of records, preserved in the National Archives and other regional archives, represent a growing collection of historic documents—most never before available on the Internet. The collection features millions of records available from a content partnership with The National Archives.
The enhanced search interface of this collection allows search results to be filtered by key facets–including Document Categories and Titles, Dates, States and more–to maximize the quality of results. The Fold3 mini-viewer allows for quick scanning of the pages of a document, while the full viewer provides even more features, including printing, downloading and sharing capabilities.
Resource for census data, family records, and local histories. This collection assembles U.S. federal census, family genealogies and local histories, tax lists, city directories, land and probate records, birth, marriage and death records. This resource is part of GALILEO. You will need the GALILEO password to access this database from home. More information »
Jewish Data is one of the largest professionally compiled Jewish Genealogy resources of its kind currently available. It has over 500,000 Jewish Genealogy records including images of Jewish Tombstones, school yearbook pages and Citizen Declaration documents. New Jewish Genealogy records are added on an ongoing basis. View records from around the world and submit your local Jewish Cemetery records and photos to help increase the Jewish Genealogy records and provide information for other Jewish Genealogy seekers.