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Tapping in to Genealogy Resources at University Libraries

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University Libraries are one of the most underused resources when it comes to genealogy research.  Many university libraries contain useful information about our ancestors, churches, schools, organizations, businesses, newspapers, and local history.

Join Hosts, Antoinette Harrell and Robin Foster, as we discuss how to research at a university library, locate resources, and some helpful tips for patrons.  

We will use the South Caroliniana Library on the campus of University of South Carolina as an example, and we invite you to share your experiences researching at university libraries as well.

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