One resource that should be used more by family history researchers is genealogy books. There are hundreds of thousands of local history, family history, and genealogy books that have been published. A large percentage have been digitized, and even more, are on library shelves and can be borrowed – either from a local library, a university library, or a genealogical or historical society library. Many can be made available via interlibrary loan as well. And even more, are made available by subscription genealogy databases.
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