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The Riverton FamilySearch Library provides many resources for genealogical research.
Computers & Internet Access
The library has 127 desk top computer stations in the main library area and an additional 24 laptops in our training room to accommodate hands-on instruction. All library computers have Internet access. Personal laptops can also be connected to the Internet. Many helpful research resources are available from the desktop of the library computers and include free use of many subscription web sites, use of popular data management programs and direct Internet links to other resources.
Printers and Copiers
The library is equipped with several printers and copiers that are available to patrons for a minimal charge. Both black-and-white and color copying are offered. Many printing and copying options are available to assist in document preservation and recording. Temple ordinance cards can also be printed at the library.
Books & Other Printed Material
The library has a limited collection of hard copy material. Only basic research volumes are available.
Microfilm Readers and Microfilm Library
The library is equipped with six digital film readers that have the capability to print film images or save them to storage media. There are also 19 conventional film readers along with two microfiche readers for patron use. The library is beginning to assemble a collection of roughly 50,000 often requested films from England, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Massachusetts. Select “Microfilm” from the library menu above for more information.
Select “Classes and Class Schedules” from the library menu above for details.
The library has over 60 missionary and volunteer workers available to assist patrons. They can provide personal help with the many aspects of genealogical research and record keeping.
The Riverton Office Building cafeteria is available to library patrons from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The menu is diverse and the costs are reasonable.
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