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Digital Local History

An overview of online resources for the study of local history and genealogy in Rockland County

Brian Jennings

on 26 June 2014

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Transcript of Digital Local History
Brian Jennings
Local History Librarian
(845)634-4997, ext. 127
Images, maps and more at HRVH.ORG
Genealogical Society of Rockland County
Available only in the library
Ancestry is the most comprehensive online source of information for conducting genealogical and local history research available.

-Census documents
-Military Records
-City Directories
-much, much more
-Cemetery Records
-Funeral Home Records
-Rockland County NY State Census
-Bibliography of Genealogies in the Rockland Room
-Meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at New City Library
Tips and Tricks for Using in Researching Your Family with Toni McKeen, professional genealogist
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Vol MMXIV, No. 1
Newspapers online at
Libguides: web site pathfinders
Rockland Room guide

The American Civil War: a bibliography

The American Revolution: resources for Rockland County

Digital Local History
Rockland County Messenger
1848; 1851-55; 1857-1868
other 19th century issues at

Rockland County Journal

Rockland County Times
1894, 1902-1904
for remote access
to census documents and other
genealogical and local history

remote access available via
Omeka for Digital Collections
What's Next?
A place for digital collection and exhibits
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