Richey, Nancy
May 2011
Kentucky Libraries;Spring2011, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p22
Academic Journal
The article offers information on various academic library resources for genealogy researchers. It says that the "Biography and Genealogy Master Index" provides details on about 15 million biographical entries in 5,000 volumes of reference material. It cites that the American Civil War Research Database helps researchers to search for individual soldiers and regiment and battle information. It adds that the "Historical Los Angeles Time" newspaper offers details on genealogical patrons.


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