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The Genealogy & Local History Department provides research level resources and services in the following areas: local history and culture, river history, genealogy, and African American history.
Local History & Genealogy at Main Library has resources to help you with your research, including collections from the Palatines to America and the Ohio State Library.
An index to over 3,500,000 obituaries, death & marriage notices & other sources from Ohio from the 1810s to the present day. Actual obits may be ordered from over 60 partner libraries.
The Ohio Genealogical Society is the largest state genealogical society in the United States. Its mission is to meet the educational needs of its members and the general public through the acquisition, preservation, and dissemination of genealogical and historical information. It is the home of the Samuel D. Isaly Library, located at 611 State Route 97 West, Bellville, Ohio 44813.
An extensive collection of newspapers, photos, manuscripts, books, maps and government records are available in the Library Research Room at the Ohio History Center in Columbus and through their online collections catalog.
A collaborative program of the Ohio History Connection and the State Library of Ohio
The Ohio History Connection has digitized over 415,000 pages of Ohio newspapers through its participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program. This content is freely-available at Chronicling America. Partnerships between the Ohio History Connection and local institutions have made additional titles freely-available on Ohio Memory. These Ohio Memory titles comprise over 400,000 pages of content.
Family History & Genealogical Research If you are just beginning to put together your family tree or are a seasoned genealogist, the Western Reserve Historical Society offers a wealth of resources for genealogy research, including seminars and classes, outstanding collections and more. .