Ancestry.com for Libraries Class

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Trace your family history using Ancestry Library Edition, in-library only online genealogical database.

This introductory class will give participants a basic overview of Ancestry Library Edition.  Bob Conklin, Adult Services Librarian, discusses and demonstrates basic features of the database which contains over 10 billion genealogical records.  Collections within Ancestry Library include birth, marriage, and death records; military records; census and immigration records and much more.

Becoming American: A Documentary Film and Discussion Series on Our Immigration Experience is a project of City Lore in collaboration with the Immigration and Ethnic History Society and the International Coalition of the Sites of Conscience.  The project has been made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities:  Exploring the Human Endeavor.”

Registration is required in person at the 2nd floor Information Desk or by phone at 309-524-2470, seating is limited.

Thinking about US Citizenship but worried about the test?

Citizenship Class

This free 8 week course series meets every Wednesday from 6pm until 7:30pm beginning March 13th until May 1st. This course is open to anyone wanting to prepare for the United States citizenship test.

You must have basic English language skills.

Registration is required, as space is limited.

Art brings people together at the library.

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Don’t miss the art show/reception at the end of the program series on Oct. 22!

Looking to find a few new branches on the family tree?

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Moline Library computers have access to Ancestry.com for Libraries, so feel free to come upstairs and put what you’ve learned into practice.