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| This article describes the services and resources available at a '''[[Introduction to LDS Family History Centers|{{{type|Family History {{#if: {{#pos:{{PAGENAME}}|Centre}}| Centre| Center}}}}}]]''', a branch facility of the [[Family History Library]].{{#if: {{{localname|}}} | <br />Learn about the resources available at this FamilySearch Library in its native language of '''{{ill|{{{localname}}}|{{{lang|es}}}}} | }}'''
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FamilySearch This article describes the services and resources available at a Family History Center, a branch facility of the Family History Library.
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When family history center pages are added to the Wiki, this flag should be included on the page.

  • Add the FHCpage template to a page by typing {{FHCpage}}
  • When pages have little or no substantial content, specific to the FHC, also add the template {{FHC-stub}}
  • Pages are automatically added to Category:Family History Centers, this can be amended by using the location parameter, for example {{FHCpage|location=Washington}} will add the page to Category:Washington Family History Centers
  • If you are using the template only for documentation purposes, you can suppress the category by adding a blank category parameter, e.g., {{FHCpage|category=}}.