Meet Your Great-Grandparents at the Library of Michigan!

Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from Library of Michigan

    LANSING, Mich., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Are you interested in researching
 your roots but don't know where to begin?  As one of the top 10 genealogy
 libraries in the nation, the Library of Michigan is the perfect place for
 beginning genealogists to start their search.
     Thanks to the Abrams Foundation Historical Collection, the Library of
 Michigan features thousands of resources to help both beginners and seasoned
 genealogists search for their long-lost relatives.  These include the Michigan
 1870 Census, family histories, ships' passenger lists, and cemetery records.
 The Library offers the Abrams Genealogy Workshop Series throughout the year.
 Each session teaches visitors how to use specific materials in their research.
     The Library of Michigan is a nationally recognized, visible, electronic
 and traditional library and leadership development center that serves as a
 vital information resource to the legislature, state government and citizens
 of Michigan.  The Library provides primary reference and research services to
 the state legislature and other government agencies, administers state aid to
 public libraries and oversees federal aid for all types of libraries.  The
 Library of Michigan serves as one of two regional libraries for the federal
 documents depository program.  It also features outstanding collections of
 Michigan history and genealogy.  It is one of the state's two regional
 libraries that provide services to the blind and physically handicapped.  The
 Library of Michigan website is located at http://libraryofmichigan.org or
 telephone 517-373-1580.  The Library of Michigan is located at 717 West
 Allegan Street in Lansing, Michigan, in the Michigan Library and Historical
 Center.
 
 

SOURCE Library of Michigan
    LANSING, Mich., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Are you interested in researching
 your roots but don't know where to begin?  As one of the top 10 genealogy
 libraries in the nation, the Library of Michigan is the perfect place for
 beginning genealogists to start their search.
     Thanks to the Abrams Foundation Historical Collection, the Library of
 Michigan features thousands of resources to help both beginners and seasoned
 genealogists search for their long-lost relatives.  These include the Michigan
 1870 Census, family histories, ships' passenger lists, and cemetery records.
 The Library offers the Abrams Genealogy Workshop Series throughout the year.
 Each session teaches visitors how to use specific materials in their research.
     The Library of Michigan is a nationally recognized, visible, electronic
 and traditional library and leadership development center that serves as a
 vital information resource to the legislature, state government and citizens
 of Michigan.  The Library provides primary reference and research services to
 the state legislature and other government agencies, administers state aid to
 public libraries and oversees federal aid for all types of libraries.  The
 Library of Michigan serves as one of two regional libraries for the federal
 documents depository program.  It also features outstanding collections of
 Michigan history and genealogy.  It is one of the state's two regional
 libraries that provide services to the blind and physically handicapped.  The
 Library of Michigan website is located at http://libraryofmichigan.org or
 telephone 517-373-1580.  The Library of Michigan is located at 717 West
 Allegan Street in Lansing, Michigan, in the Michigan Library and Historical
 Center.
 
 SOURCE  Library of Michigan