Wow, Kyle! You are doing sooo well on the FHL catalog links. Talk about progress! I don't understand your remarks on the task page: Used subject search instead of place search. Can you explain? AdkinsWH 00:01, 7 March 2012 (UTC)
- I found that when I did a places search for each section heading I found some catalog links that were not in the places search. This is what I mean by used subject search instead of places search. Klaw 03:04, 7 March 2012 (UTC)
Thanks, Kyle, for doing so well on the Family History Library Catalog links for Millard County! Also thanks for creating your user page and posting the Utah project banner on it. Did you know that we have project meetings online on Wednesday mornings at 9:00 a.m.? we'd love to have you join us. Tomorrow's main subject is libraries--what to collect about libraries to help users. Also linking to catalogs. Click here for the agenda and how to join the meeting. Thanks again AdkinsWH 03:43, 29 February 2012 (UTC)
Thank you Klaw for your edits to the Springville, Utah page. Your added additions of "parks.Springville" and the burial search link are great. I invite you to continue to edit and add information to the Springville UT page as well as other pages of interest. You are needed, wanted and most appreciated. Thanks again!
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