Tulsa Genealogy Center Expands Database

Tulsa City-County Library’s Genealogy Center has access to the largest genealogy collection in the world — the Family History Center in Salt Lake City.
The Genealogical Society of Utah’s Research and Library System has designated TCCL’s Genealogy Center as an official FamilySearch Center, which enables the Genealogy Center to borrow microfilm and microfiche from the Family History Center.
The Family History Center contains more than 2.4 million rolls of microfilmed genealogical records and 742,000 microfiche.
TCCL customers researching their roots may borrow microfilm/fiche from the Family History Center by requesting the resources through the Genealogy Center. There is a $5.50 charge to cover postage. The microfilm/fiche will stay at the Genealogy Center for one month for the requesting customer to use during regular library hours.
TCCL’s Genealogy Center focuses on Tulsa and the state of Oklahoma but includes information on most of the states in the U.S. with a larger coverage of states where families who migrated to Oklahoma came from, including Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia.
The Genealogy Center also has online subscriptions to Ancestry Library Edition, Heritage Quest, Footnote.com and New England Ancestors.



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