Planning a genealogy research trip? This packing list has items you won’t want to leave behind. Oh, and don’t forget a change of clothes. And a toothbrush. 🙂
The latest additions to the “Class Handout” section of On Granny’s Trail are:
- Archives and Libraries: Successful Research Onsite and Online
- Free Genealogy Classes, Webinars, and Online Learning
You are welcome to print out these handouts for personal use. For the sparkling commentary that accompanies these and other presentations, you will need to attend the January 2016 Ancestor Roundup on California’s central coast. We hope to see you there!
Denver Public Library: Western History Genealogy: Browse Collections – Genealogy Collection.
According to the Denver Public Library’s website, their Western History Genealogy collection ” offers an extensive collection of genealogical and historical sources numbering about 60,000 volumes and 75,000 pieces of microform, as well as magazines, charts, clippings, and manuscripts. The collection at the Denver Public Library constitutes the largest collection in the Rocky Mountain area and the second largest between the Mississippi River and the West Coast.”
Their website has links to digital collections such as:
If you have ancestry in the Rocky Mountain states you will want to check out this library online and in person. Happy Trails!