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HOW EACH COLUMN HELPS YOU WITH YOUR RESEARCH:

1. Populated Places column: names the "place" or "location" of interest.

2. TYPE column: gives type of place or location (i.e. village, town, city, etc.).

3. FHL CATALOG column: links the "catagories of sources" available in the Family History Library for the place or location.

4. WIKIPEDIA column: like WIKI, gives background information regarding the place or location.

5. GOOGLE MAPS column: shows the whereabouts of this place or location on a map.

6. GOOGLE IMAGES column: shows pictures, photos, old maps (sometimes) of this place or location.

7. WORLDCAT.ORG column: shows sources from other libraries/repositories, etc. for this place or location.

8. US HOMETOWN LOCATOR column: gives current information about the place or location.



Populated Areas

 

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POPULATED PLACES  TYPE 

FHL

CATALOG

WIKIPEDIA

GOOGLE 

MAPS


GOOGLE IMAGES

WORLD

CAT.

ORG 

US HOMETOWN

LOCATOR

 Brandon   UC   Link      Link  Link   Link   Link
 Cleveland   UC   Link      Link  Link   Link   Link
 Fairview   UC   Link     Link  Link   Link   Link
 Gowensville   UC   Link      Link  Link   Link   Link
 Greenville  City   Link   Link   Link  Link   Link   Link
 Greer  City   Link   Link   Link  Link   Link   Link
 Judson   UC   Link   Link   Link  Link   Link   Link
 Milford    UC   Link      Link  Link   Link   Link
 Monaghan    UC   Link      Link  Link   Link   Link
 Piedmont    UC   Link   Link   Link  Link   Link   Link
 Poe      UC   Link      Link  Link   Link   
 Woodside   UC   Link      Link  Link   Link   Link
 GREENVILLE COUNTY        Link   Link   Link  Link   Link   Link
 ANY NEW LOCATIONS IN FHL CATALOG???     Link          




 FOOTNOTES FOR CITIES, TOWNS, VILLAGES, and UNINCORPORATED COMMUNITIES:

 
  1 -   UC = Unincorporated Communities


 

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