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It’s Family History Month and we recently provided tips from our genealogy expert for tracing your family tree. But we wanted to take the opportunity to share a story of how a third grade student recently helped her class research their own family tree by accessing HeritageQuest Online.
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Magazines For Libraries™ Update has been providing authoritative reviews of serials titles since January 2012. Now available online at ProQuest.com, this new format is more of a blog, with reviews being posted much more frequently and on a continuous…