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Introduction

The Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) is the key to the collection of the Family History Library.  Therefore effective use of the catalog increases the effective use of the collection.

Record coverage

Most of the records described in the Family History Library Catalog are from the United States, Canada, the British Isles, Europe, Central America, and South America with many from Asia and the Pacific islands.  The records mostly range from the mid-1900s back to the 1300s.


Where to get the FHLC

The Family History Library Catalog is at www.familysearch.org  On the Home Page, on the blue bar:

1. Click Library, then on the drop down menu, click Library Catalog.

OR

2. Click Search Records, then on the drop down menu, click Library Catalog.

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