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Following is a list of the "Library Class" branches of the LDS Church's FamilySearch library system, which includes the world-reknown [[Family History Library|Family History Library]]&nbsp;in Salt Lake City. These are called&nbsp;[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_History_Center_(LDS_Church) FamilySearch Libraries]&nbsp;(with the exception of the BYU Center, which is still considered a center but included because of its size).<br>  
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Following is a list of the "Library Class" branches of the LDS Church's FamilySearch library system, which includes the world-renowned [[Family History Library|Family History Library]]&nbsp;in Salt Lake City. These are called&nbsp;[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_History_Center_(LDS_Church) FamilySearch Libraries]&nbsp;(with the exception of the BYU Center, which is still considered a center but included because of its size).<br>  
  
 
"Library Class" is defined as having a larger facility and are generally complete with a dedicated internal computer server and a computer catalog or card catalog of their collection. These branch libraries have dedicated book collections in the thousands, microfilm &amp; microfliche in the tens of thousands, dozens of internet connected computers and microfilm &amp; microfliche readers and some digital scanners. All have dedicated servers with DSL, cable or T-1 internet access. In addition all have at least one multi-use classroom, and several research areas.<br>  
 
"Library Class" is defined as having a larger facility and are generally complete with a dedicated internal computer server and a computer catalog or card catalog of their collection. These branch libraries have dedicated book collections in the thousands, microfilm &amp; microfliche in the tens of thousands, dozens of internet connected computers and microfilm &amp; microfliche readers and some digital scanners. All have dedicated servers with DSL, cable or T-1 internet access. In addition all have at least one multi-use classroom, and several research areas.<br>  
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*[http://www.oaklandfhc.org/ Oakland FamilySearch Library], Oakland, California  
 
*[http://www.oaklandfhc.org/ Oakland FamilySearch Library], Oakland, California  
 
*[[Ogden Regional Family History Center|Ogden Utah&nbsp;FamilySearch Library]], Ogden, Utah  
 
*[[Ogden Regional Family History Center|Ogden Utah&nbsp;FamilySearch Library]], Ogden, Utah  
* Orange FamilySearch Library Orange, California  
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*[http://ocfamilyhistory.org/ Orange FamilySearch Library] Orange, California  
 
*[http://prfhc.net/ Pocatello FamilySearch Library], Pocatello, Idaho  
 
*[http://prfhc.net/ Pocatello FamilySearch Library], Pocatello, Idaho  
 
*[[Riverton FamilySearch Library]], Riverton Utah&nbsp;&nbsp;<ref>Family history centers in Salt Lake area will be consolidated, Shill, Aaron, Mormon Times, Deseret News Publishing Company, accessed June 7, 2010</ref>  
 
*[[Riverton FamilySearch Library]], Riverton Utah&nbsp;&nbsp;<ref>Family history centers in Salt Lake area will be consolidated, Shill, Aaron, Mormon Times, Deseret News Publishing Company, accessed June 7, 2010</ref>  

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Following is a list of the "Library Class" branches of the LDS Church's FamilySearch library system, which includes the world-renowned Family History Library in Salt Lake City. These are called FamilySearch Libraries (with the exception of the BYU Center, which is still considered a center but included because of its size).

"Library Class" is defined as having a larger facility and are generally complete with a dedicated internal computer server and a computer catalog or card catalog of their collection. These branch libraries have dedicated book collections in the thousands, microfilm & microfliche in the tens of thousands, dozens of internet connected computers and microfilm & microfliche readers and some digital scanners. All have dedicated servers with DSL, cable or T-1 internet access. In addition all have at least one multi-use classroom, and several research areas.

These branch libraries have a dedicated non-paid full-time director (usually a husband/wife team) and dozens of volunteer staff. In many cases non-LDS volunteers serve from the community. Local genealogy groups often support these library facilities.

Sources

  1. Family history centers in Salt Lake area will be consolidated, Shill, Aaron, Mormon Times, Deseret News Publishing Company, accessed June 7, 2010
  2. Utah Main web site under construction.

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