Ancestry comes to Alameda Free Library

Jan 10, 2014

The Alameda Free Library is proud to announce the addition of a new database.

Available immediately, from public computers inside the library, customers will be able to access the Ancestry Library Edition database from ProQuest for genealogical research.

This is a wonderful database, especially for those looking for their family history.In addition to comprehensive U.S. sources, including the U.S. census, military records, and immigration records, Ancestry Library Edition features extensive
Canadian and international collections from the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Germany, and Scandinavian countries, with more added regularly.

Ancestry Library Edition features helpful tools such as charts, summaries, calendars, message boards, and more. Beginners can use the tools and resources in the Learning Center to:
• Begin their family trees
• Get the most out of historical records
• Connect with other researchers
• Find answers to tough research questions
• And more
More advanced users can share their expertise with others by contributing content to the Ancestry.com Family History
Wiki, which they can access through the Help tab.

Come see what it's all about.