RootsTech 2014

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Friday, April 4, 2014

A Bonanza of Digital Resources -- The Denver Public Library

There seems to be an unending stream of impressive digital collections with value to genealogists and others interested in history. Here is yet another of these surprising offerings from the Denver Public Library"s Digital Collections. What I find interesting is that there are so many of these local and regional collections that go almost unnoticed by the genealogical community. I assume that if you live in Colorado and particularly in Denver, you are more likely to be aware of this collection. But, considering that few in Arizona are aware of the Arizona State Library's Digital Collection or in Utah of the Utah collections.

The Denver Public Library Digital Collections include the following general topics of interest to genealogists:
As the website explains, 
The Digital Collections include Colorado obituary, mortuary and cemetery indexes, census and tax lists, naturalization files, military, pioneer, marriage and divorce indexes as well as biography listings.
I am certain that I will never run out of collections around the world to highlight.

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