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Looking for flu information?

The medical and nursing editors from EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) are offering the latest evidence-based, flu-related information for free. www.ebscohost.com/flu has continuously updated, evidence-based clinical information from DynaMed and Nursing Reference Center, EBSCO's clinical and nursing point-of-care databases, along with patient education information in 17 languages from Patient Education Reference Center. Visit this website often to find out the latest information about the H1N1 virus. Read more about Looking for flu information?

Snowflake Party!

Thursday, Jan. 21: Kids and families are invited to join us for an evening of snowy-tastic fun! You will get to make your very own marshmallow snow-person, cut paper snowflakes, listen to snowy-wonderful stories, and enjoy refreshments and each other’s company. 6pm, Eleanor Murphy Branch. Free to the public. Read more about Snowflake Party!

Writing a Family History

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Queensland Genealogy Research Tips

Queensland Genealogy Research Tips - Informative website giving a brief overview of some important sources for genealogy, family history and local history research in Queensland, Australia (especially at Queensland State Archives). For more detailed information and problem-solving research strategies see the book Tips for Queensland Research. Read more about Queensland Genealogy Research Tips

British Newspapers, 1800 - 1900

British Newspapers, 1800 - 1900 The site contains:

  • Millions of articles from 49 London, national and regional newspaper (1800 - 1900) titles.
  • Over two million pages - all fully text searchable with keywords in context visible in the results list.
  • 1000's of illustrations, maps, tables and photographs.

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New Brunswick, Canada Records

"Established in 1967, the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick collects and preserves the documents of the people, institutions and government of the province. Most of the holdings are for the period from 1784, when New Brunswick was made a separate province of British North America. However, some materials relating to the earlier exploration, Acadian and pre-Loyalist periods have also been acquired. Read more about New Brunswick, Canada Records

Ancestor Searching, Volume 4, #8

Genealogy Scrapbooking: Throughout several decades now, people have used several ways of preserving their family history. Maintaining photo albums and photo collages are some of the ways of maintaining a family history. People generally maintain family history to try and get the future generations acquainted with their roots and also to treasure their family members. A comparatively newer way of maintaining family history could be scrap booking family history. In fact, remember childhood times, when as students assignments were given to maintain a scrapbook for school. Read more about Ancestor Searching, Volume 4, #8

Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection

Excellent resource for researching in Colorado: "Newspapers are one of the most versatile and heavily used sources of information for researchers,genealogists, students and the general public. Feature stories, society news, classified and picture advertisements, school and church announcements, news from surrounding towns, editorials and cartoons, all give the reader the sense of "being there." Often the papers contain historical information that is not available in any other source.

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