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Library offers help searching family trees

Posted by wlpo on August 23, 2015

Things are getting better for Princeton Public Library patrons searching their family history. According to the library’s Debra Borys, starting September 1, patrons will have free access to “ancestry.com” to research their family histories. Demonstrations, tips and tricks to working with “ancestry.com” will be given. Patrons will also learn how to scan the library’s microfilm collection from the comfort of their home. The Princeton Library is at 698 East Peru Street. Princeton Library is free and open to all.

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