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Last Updated: 30 March 2020
DPLA is totally free to use and open to all – no library card, subscription, or sign-up required! Our collection, with items from many institutions, offers a unique research resource for family historians and genealogists.
Last Updated: 28 March 2020
Local and Genealogical Research Resources at the Library of Congress. Includes some helpful forms for recording research findings (Family Group Sheet pdf and Researchc Log pdf).
Last Updated: 28 March 2020
Who can use the library? This is a global pandemic, is your library open to everyone? Yes, the Internet Archive loans digitized books to the world. Our digital library is free to read for anyone with an internet connection, anywhere in the world. We are a global library. This is an extension of the Open Library, which is available even beyond the pandemic perios. For now, they have expanded wait lists and the number of items you can check out.. It is free for anyone.
Last Updated: 28 March 2020
Browse, check out books digitally, and access more information than you can imagine.
Last Updated: 28 March 2020
The Periodical Source Index, or PERSI, is the largest subject index to genealogy and local history periodical articles in the world.[1] Created by the staff of the Allen County Public Library Foundation and the ACPL’s Genealogy Center, PERSI is widely recognized as a vital tool for genealogical researchers. PERSI indexes articles in 11,000 periodical titles (including 3,000 defunct titles) published by thousands of local, state, national and international societies and organizations, arranging 2.7 million entries by surname or location and 22 basic subject headings. An important tool for genealogists looking for new avenues of investigation, PERSI’s usefulness is not limited to family history researchers. Local historians and academics, archaeologists and demographers, as well as students from elementary to graduate school and beyond, will all find PERSI an important asset in their research.

PERSI is searchable at Findmypast.com. The index list of results is free to the public. To see any online images to the periodicals, you must have a subscription or need to purchase pay-per-view credits.
Last Updated: 3 December 2020
Any resident of West Virginia can obtain a free card for this library, and there are many online resources available.
Last Updated: 28 March 2020