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     Quick Facts               A comprehensive new resource that advances genealogy research

•   provides Web-based
  provides Web-based           access to millions of the United States’ core
  access to comprehensive      genealogical records from the 1600s to the
  collections of U.S.          present day. Through basic name search and
  genealogy records from       advanced search options, genealogists can easily
  the 1600s to the             find and browse digital images of American
  present day                  historical genealogies, obituaries, marriage
                               notices, birth announcements, casualty lists,
                               military and government documents and other
• Consolidates records
                               essential primary sources. It also provides the full text of modern U.S. newspaper
  from the 17th to the
                               obituaries and enhanced Social Security Death Index (SSDI) records. Significantly,
  21st centuries in a single
                               each of’s five historical or modern collections is updated with new
                               content on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.

• Enables genealogists to      Articles, obituaries and more from Historical Newspapers
  search and browse digital    By searching more than 500,000 complete issues of over 1,300 historical U.S.
  images of millions of        newspapers, researchers can quickly find names and keywords in millions of articles,
  items                        obituaries, marriage notices, birth announcements and other items. Digitized in
                               cooperation with the American Antiquarian Society and other institutions, this exclusive
• Provides five core            collection includes titles published between 1690 and 1977.
  collections: Historical
  Newspapers, America’s        America’s Obituaries and the Social Security Death Index
  Obituaries, Social  offers the full text of more than 22 million obituaries and death
  Security Death Index,        notices published between 1977 and the present day in over 800 newspapers from all
  Historical Books and         50 states. Genealogists can cross-reference these obituaries with over 78 million Social
  Historical Documents         Security Death Index (SSDI) records, which have been enhanced with exact age and
                               city, county and state information that genealogists can easily copy and save to
• Includes historical          their files.
  genealogies, obituaries,
  marriage notices, birth      Digital facsimiles of printed items from Historical Books
  announcements, casualty      The Historical Books collection includes digitized versions of books, pamphlets and
  lists and other primary      other publications printed in America from 1801 expanding to 1900. This makes it easy
  sources, along with          to search rare, fragile genealogies, local histories, cards, charts and other printed items
  modern obituaries and        online.
  enhanced SSDI records
                               A variety of essential records from Historical Documents
• Offers name search and       The Historical Documents collection features the entire American State Papers (1789-
  advanced search options      1838) and all items of genealogical value—over 40% of the publications—from the
  for a single collection or   U.S. Congressional Serial Set (1817-1980). Genealogists can research government and
  all five collections at       military records, casualty lists, widows’ claims, military pension requests, bounty land
  once                         warrant actions, dispute resolutions, land grant applications, orphans’ petitions and
                               much more.
• Includes content from all
  50 states                    Subscriptions to are available for $19.95 a month.
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