Genealogy & Local History
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Volunteers on duty to help with your research!
Posted by mmulholl on 04/18/14
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned researcher, perhaps one of our genealogy volunteers can help you with your research.Several of the volunteers are knowledgeable in many different areas of genealogy including the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, Swedish, Polish, French, German, Italian, Irish, as well as several US states. Please call Michael Mulholland, the Local History/...
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The Kathrine Shackley Room for Local History and Genealogy (located on the first floor) includes:
- Books, periodicals, newspapers, maps, and access to several online databases
- An extensive microfilm collection
- Local church records
- Various Arlington High School yearbooks
- Information on the subdivisions, people, places and events of Arlington Heights
- Three microform readers with print capability.
- Two readers have the additional capability to email or save images to a flash drive.
- Readers can be used to read personal microfilm or microfiche.
- Genealogy databases
- Local history databases
- Clio (available in the library): Digital genealogy books and county histories from several Midwest and Eastern states.
Local organization offering education and programs in family history research.