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Index to the Mormon Pioneer Genealogy Library

compiled under the direction of Michel L. Call
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Michel L. Call, 1981
[33] p.

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"The Mormon Pioneer Genealogy Library contains about 50,000 pedigree charts and family group sheets. The Library gives complete ancestry for each of the persons listed in this Index"--Title page

There are 4 pages of the original on each page of this copy. The original had 129 pages.

The index is arranged alphabetically by surname; additional data for each name includes birth date, name of spouse, and pedigree chart code number.

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