Genealogy has been the second most popular hobby in the United States for more than four decades (gardening is the first) and there are several television shows that focus on it. While discovering your past used to mean poring through mountains of dusty old archival materials – if you could find them – today’s genealogical research takes many forms, including online databases, digitized media and, yes, historical documents. There’s no better place to start looking than at the library.
The State Library in Concord has a rich collection of genealogy resources to help you track your family’s history through the years. Each has specific information that can help you learn more about your ancestors.Read More