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The collection of records in the Family History Library includes over:
 
The collection of records in the Family History Library includes over:
  
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** 2.4 million rolls of microfilmed genealogical records;
 
** 2.4 million rolls of microfilmed genealogical records;
 
** 742,000 microfiche;
 
** 742,000 microfiche;
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Records available are from the:
 
Records available are from the:
  
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** United States,
 
** United States,
 
** Canada,
 
** Canada,
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Approximately 200 cameras are currently microfilming records in over 45 countries. Records have been filmed in over 110 countries, territories, and possessions.
 
Approximately 200 cameras are currently microfilming records in over 45 countries. Records have been filmed in over 110 countries, territories, and possessions.
  
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** In 2003, the collection increased '''monthly''' by an average of 4,100 rolls of film, 700 books, and 16 electronic resources.
 
** In 2003, the collection increased '''monthly''' by an average of 4,100 rolls of film, 700 books, and 16 electronic resources.
 
** A majority of the records contain information about persons who lived before 1930.
 
** A majority of the records contain information about persons who lived before 1930.
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[[Category:Family History Library]]

Revision as of 15:36, 17 December 2007

The collection of records in the Family History Library includes over:

    • 2.4 million rolls of microfilmed genealogical records;
    • 742,000 microfiche;
    • 310,000 books, serials, and other formats;
    • 4,500 periodicals;
    • 700 electronic resources.

Records available are from the:

    • United States,
    • Canada,
    • British Isles,
    • Europe,
    • Latin America,
    • Asia,
    • Africa.

Approximately 200 cameras are currently microfilming records in over 45 countries. Records have been filmed in over 110 countries, territories, and possessions.

    • In 2003, the collection increased monthly by an average of 4,100 rolls of film, 700 books, and 16 electronic resources.
    • A majority of the records contain information about persons who lived before 1930.