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Revision as of 05:00, 8 July 2013

Contents

Las Vegas FamilySearch Library

509 South 9th Street, Las Vegas, Nevada 702-382-9695 nv_lasvegas@ldsmail.net

Hours

  • Mon, Fri, Sat: 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m
  • Tue-Thu: 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Home
Class Schedule and Handouts
Group Visits
Contact Information
Holiday Schedule
Training
Resources
Services
Local Resources & Newsletters
Links
Volunteer

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Whats New!!

  • Brand new Lenovo 23" screen Windows 7 computers
  • Computer Lab classroom with 12 networked computers
  • New classes-growing monthly

Hardware & Equipment

  • 28 networked computer workstations with printer access
  • 14 networked computer workstations with printer access in a dedicated classroom setting
  • Paper copier
  • 10 microfilm readers
  • 3 microfiche readers
  • 3 microfiche/film scanners
  • 1 flatbed scanner
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Class/Training Rooms

  • Classroom has seating for 15 students plus a computer, projector and teaching station for the instructor.
  • Computer Lab with 12 networked computers for training.

Multimedia Center

Las VegasFamily History Center has a copier/scanner where you have the ability to:

  • Scan photos and transfer them to a flash drive.
  • You can also make printed copies.

Databases & Software

  • Genealogy database software (PAF, RootsMagic, Legacy, Ancestral Quest, Family Insight, Family Tree Maker,)
  • Word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software using OpenOffice
  • Free access to several subscription sites through the FamilySearch Portal such as Ancestry.com, British Newspapers, Find-My-Past (UK), Fold3, Genline (Swedish), Heritage Quest, World Vital Records and others.
  • Free internet access to the New England Historical and Genealogical Society (NEGHS) website 
Free Access to membership websites:
NOTE-subscriptions change from time to time, so these may vary as those changes occur. 
  • Ancestry.com offers the largest collection of databases of any genealogy site on the Internet with over three billion names search-able in its data files.
  • Access Newspaper Archives – world's largest online newspaper archive featuring billions of article from historical newspapers of US and world.
  • Alexander Stree Press, American Civil War – Research data, letters, diaries, images, photographs, posters and ephemera. 
  • ArkivDigital Online – Swedish Church records and other historical records.
  • Find-My-Past – Research UK, census records, trace births, marriages and deaths.
  • Fold3 – Best online military records and stories. most noted for their association with NARA, National Archives. Footnote features search-able original historical documents, from the National Archives and other content providers.
  • The Genealogist – English parish records, directories, census, civil registration, surname mapping and selected army and navy lists.
  • Heritage Quest-Search census, books, Revolutionary War-select pensions and bounty-land warrant applications, Freedman’s Bank-freed slaves, PERSI-PERiodical Source Index, and US Serial Set- Search.
  • Historical Map Works Library Edition – One of the most extensive digital map collections available to track the “residential genealogy” of families and locations.
  • Origins.net – Comprehensive and exclusive British and Irish record collection dating back to the 13th century as well as rare and unique photos and books to browse.
  • World Vital Records-  Access to birth, marriage and death records, Social Security Death Index, family trees, census records, immigration records, court, land and probate records; military records directory lists; newspapers, family histories, biographies, wills, ship manifests, map collection and yearbooks.