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Discover the Past with Ancestry Library Edition

The library has recently subscribed to Ancestry Library Edition! The service includes most of the content available to Ancestry.com subscribers. Access the world’s largest online collection of family records and resources, with billions of names from U.S., U.K., and Canadian census and vital records, immigration records and passenger lists, military histories and records, and more.

This new service complements other available primary source collections such as Proquest Historical Newspapers and Access Newspaper Archive.

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5 comments to Discover the Past with Ancestry Library Edition

  • How does one get access to Ancestry Library Edition. And can you access it from on campus computers?

  • Debbie Herman

    Yes, it’s accessible on all campus computers. Here’s the direct link:
    http://library.ccsu.edu/find/finddb.php?searchtitle=Ancestry

    It’s also accessible off-campus to current students, faculty and staff, but you must enter your BlueNet ID and password first.

    Take care!

  • Danielle Henderson

    I am so excited about this! My grandmother and I have been wanting to search the family tree. Thanks CCSU Library!!

  • This is a great opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to research their family history online! I have been researching my family history for over 17 years and have successfully found valuable information on Ancestry.com. I advise all of you who have an interest in genealogy and have access to this Ancestry Library Edition to make the most of this resource. Building your family tree is a very fulfilling experience!

  • When I initially commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now
    each time a comment is added I get three e-mails with the same comment.
    Is there any way you can remove me from that service? Appreciate it!

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