Genealogical sources available at the Indiana State Library for all Indiana counties
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Genealogical sources available at the Indiana State Library for all Indiana counties

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Published in [Indianapolis?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Indiana,
  • Indiana.

Subjects:

  • Registers of births, etc. -- Indiana.,
  • Indiana -- Genealogy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementcomplied by Margaret R. Waters.
ContributionsIndiana State Library.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF525 .W3
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. l., 37 numb. l.
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6498338M
LC Control Number46005328
OCLC/WorldCa12196533

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All the images used in this article were taken from Hoosier State Chronicles, the Indiana State Library’s free digital newspaper database. We also offer access to several subscription newspaper databases in the library, as well as the world’s largest collection of Indiana newspapers, accessible on :// A list of these databases is also available as a downloadable PDF on the Indiana State Library’s Indiana County Research Guides page. This blog post is by Jamie Dunn, genealogy librarian. For more information, contact the Genealogy Division at () Printed indexes to county histories for all counties in Indiana. Microforms Area, second floor, and the Indiana Division Reference Collection. Indiana Marriage Index , compiled by the Indiana State Board of Health Microfilmed, with separate bride and groom indexes; gives names of both parties, county of marriage and marriage :// The Indiana State Library will open to the public by appointment only beginning June Patrons are encouraged to continue to use our online services such as Ask-A-Librarian, INSPIRE and the Digital make an appointment or to request online assistance, email [email protected], call (), or chat with a librarian by clicking on the “Ask-a-Librarian” tab on

  Indiana State Library hold many books on the topic, as well as historical articles in thousands of historic journals and other periodicals. The History Reference Room, located on the second floor of the State Library, provides addi-tional books for browsing and use by patrons. African American History Sources at the Indiana State The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) hosted their biennial conference in San Francisco last week and thanks to the Indiana State Library Foundation, the Indiana Talking Book and Braille Library was on hand. There are many exciting developments on the way for both patrons and NLS libraries around the country, including ambitious plans for book delivery The book organized by counties; with the index it contains pages. The book may be found in the Indiana Section of our library under /pers are also listed for Brazil, Carbon, Center Point, Clay City, Knightsville, Martz, Saline City, and Staunton. Two newspapers were listed for Staunton: Roy STEWART founded The Sentinel in The brainchild of former Indiana Poet Laureate Adrian Matejka (), it is a collaboration of the Poet Laureate, the Indiana State Library, and the Indiana Arts Commission. Residents of Indiana are encouraged to submit poems to the archive annually between February 1 and April ?page=collections.

  The Indiana State Library’s address is listed in Indiana Archives and Libraries. Miller, Barbara E. Allen. County Genealogical Society of Indiana Surname Volumes I-III, – Fort Wayne, Indiana: Allen County Genealogical Society, – (Family History Library book   These materials are all available for browsing and use in the gorgeous reference room, located to the south of the Great Hall. Beginning Your Genealogy Resources at the Indiana State Library Genealogical Research Revised 2/10 Genealogy Collection Indiana State Library N. Senate Avenue Indianapolis, IN An essential collection of genealogical and historical sources—with coverage dating back to the s—that can help people find their ancestors and discover a place’s past. Temporarily available for home use. Indiana State Library Genealogy. Guides for genealogy research on Indiana and surrounding ://   Periodicals. The Hoosier Genealogist (Indianapolis: Genealogical Section of the Indiana Historical Society) began printing Indiana genealogical information and extractions in January ; it is published bi-monthly. County, cemetery, church, and family records from this periodical have been published by Willard Heiss in several volumes of Indiana Source Book, Genealogical Material from the ,_Newspapers,_and.