Access genealogy and family history library resources from home! HeritageQuest Online includes several unique collections that are useful for genealogists at all levels.
U.S. Census: Search 1790 to 1940 Census records, including some name indexes.
Books: Easily search more than 28,000 scanned genealogy and local history items by names of people, places, or use keywords.
PERSI: Covers more than 6,600 genealogy and local history periodicals. Search by surnames, locations, and methodologies or browse by title and keywords.
Revolutionary War: Includes more than 80,000 records for veterans who served during the Revolutionary War.
Freedman's Bank: The Freedman's Savings & Trust Company was the primary bank for America's freed slaves and others from 1865 to 1874. Considered one of the most important resources for African-American genealogical research, search more than 105,000 bank depositors and over 480,000 of their dependents and heirs.
U.S. Serials Set: Search the Private Relief Actions, Memorials, and Petitions submitted to Congress by individuals and businesses between 1789 and 1969.
This resource is found in the Genealogy section of the Online Databases and can be used with other useful tools, like Gale Genealogy Connect. For additional resources, visit the Genealogy eGuide.
Available with your library card and PIN from all library computers and from your home or office computer. For more information about applying for a library card, visit Get Your Card.