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ANNOUNCING A MAJOR CHANGE

The CATALOG of the Oakland FamilySearch Library has MOVED!

Our catalog is now located at familysearch.org>Search>Catalog
Under “Search these Family History Centers” select Oakland California FamilySearch Library

The catalog allows patrons to:

  • Search by Places, Surnames, Titles, Authors, Subjects or Keywords
  • Broaden a search to other local Family History Centers or to the holdings of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City
  • Have a direct link to the growing collection of online resources at FamilySearch.org and elsewhere

Direct link to the FamilySearch Catalog :FamilySearch Catalog

Link to an Introduction to the FamilySearch Catalog:Introduction to the Catalog

Link to the old Oakland catalog, aka Athena (No longer being updated but has all maps and periodicals):Link

Oakland FSL
Address
4766 Lincoln Avenue
Oakland, California
510-531-3905

Location Map

fhcoakland@gmail.com
Hours
Tue-Wed: 10:00 am – 9 pm
Thu-Sat: 10:00 am – 4 pm
Sun-Mon: Closed
FHC Pages
Home
Contact Information
Holiday Schedule
Calendar

Boy Scout Workshop
Classes
Libraries and Societies
Resources
Catalog

Volunteer

Unique Resources

The Oakland California Family History Center has several resources of local interest. These resources include the following:
  • Alameda County Obituary Card File 1985-2002 -  An aphabetical card file containing more than 35,000 obituaries clipped from Alameda County newspapers (95 % from the "Alameda Times Star")
  • California Mission Records - Microfilmed copies of original mission records dating from the 1770s to the early 1900s
  • Growing Collection of California County Vital Records, Deed and Probate Indexes
  • Growing Collection of Church Records from the Azores
  • Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths from Tonga - These typescript copies of vital records in Tonga date from the late 1860's to 1942

 

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