Research Databases

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List of research database titles, descriptions and links
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African American Heritage

Search records, books, serials, and other historical records specific to African Americans to trace genealogy or to do research.

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Ancestry Library Edition

One of the largest collections of genealogical records online. Contains vital records including U.S. Census, birth, death, marriage, and more. 

Ancestry Library is available for Library Use Only.  Access to Ancestry Library is provided by Libraries Connect Ohio.

 

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Digital Public Library of America

Historical digital collections from libraries, museums, and archives from Ohio and more. The collection includes maps, documents, and AV materials from across the country.

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Fold 3

This database provides access to military records including stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served.

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Heritage Quest

This genealogy database includes U.S. Census records, City Directories, Immigration Records, and more.

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Historical Newspapers of East Palestine, Ohio

The Reveille Echo collection currently includes August 4, 1904-June 30, 1910, January 2, 1913-March 25, 1915, and January 3, 1918 – April 6, 1922.

Formed by the union of the Valley Echo and Republican Reveille newspapers, The Reveille Echo was East Palestine, Ohio’s newspaper from March 1894 to April 1922. The Reveille Echo covered births, deaths, marriages, court and city council news, local news, and social announcements from surrounding Ohio and Pennsylvania villages. 

These years are available online thanks to a donation from Amy Loucks Gallen, in memory of her great-grandfather, Charles L. Merwin, who purchased and began publishing The Reveille Echo in 1905 and went on to publish the Daily Leader beginning in 1915.

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