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We are always seeking assistance from volunteers to help us with authoring articles or performing wiki maintenance tasks.  
 
We are always seeking assistance from volunteers to help us with authoring articles or performing wiki maintenance tasks.  
  
If you are interested in joining our team, send me an [mailto:cwemailoehl@familysearch.org email]. I'd love to hear from you! However, if you would rather work on our own, there are still several ways you can contribute.  
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If you are interested in joining our team, send me an [mailto:cwemailoehl@familysearch.org email]. I'd love to hear from you!However, if you would rather work on our own, there are still several ways you can contribute.  
  
Visit our [[Getting Started with Historical Records|Getting Started with Historical Records]] page for more information.
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Visit our [[Getting Started with Historical Records|Getting Started with Historical Records]] page for more information.  
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<div id="stub" class="notice metadata plainlinks">This article is a [[FamilySearch Wiki:Stub|stub]]. You can help FamilySearch Wiki by adding content. For suggestions on expanding this article, please review these [[Getting Started with Historical Records#General_Links_for_Creating.2FEditing_Wikis|General Links]].</div>
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[[Category:FamilySearch_Historical_Records|FamilySearch Historical Records]]

Revision as of 21:41, 9 February 2012


My name is Chelsie Woehl, and I am the Volunteer Coordinator of the User Guidance Unit. Our unit describes collections published in FamilySearch by creating wiki articles, distinguished by (FamilySearch Historical Records) at the end of the title.

We are always seeking assistance from volunteers to help us with authoring articles or performing wiki maintenance tasks.

If you are interested in joining our team, send me an email. I'd love to hear from you!However, if you would rather work on our own, there are still several ways you can contribute.

Visit our Getting Started with Historical Records page for more information.