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#Open the [https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/images/1/1c/NARA2FHL.pdf ''NARA Cross-Reference to FHL Film''] table.  
 
#Open the [https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/images/1/1c/NARA2FHL.pdf ''NARA Cross-Reference to FHL Film''] table.  
#Find the National Archives microfilm series number in the '''''NARA Series''''' column of ''NARA Cross-Reference to FHL Film''.  
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#Locate the series number, e.g., T623 for the 1900 Census, in Column 1 of the table. 
#Copy the film number you find in column 3, '''''FHL First Film''''', of ''NARA Cross-Reference to FHL Film''. (Highlight the number by holding down the left mouse button while dragging it across the number. Then tap '''Ctrl-C '''to copy the number.)
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#Copy the corresponding film number from Column 3 of the table.
#Search the Family History Library Catalog for that film number by pasting the number ('''Ctrl-V to paste''') into the [https://familysearch.org/#form=catalog&catSearchType=film_number Film Number Search] box and click [Search].
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#Search the Family History Library Catalog for that film number by typing (or pasting) the number into the [https://familysearch.org/#form=catalog&catSearchType=film_number Film Number Search] box and click [Search].  
#Click [View Film Notes] to see the content of each film.
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#Click to select the name of the film, and select [View Film Notes] to see the content of each film.

Revision as of 15:29, 5 July 2011

  1. Open the NARA Cross-Reference to FHL Film table.
  2. Locate the series number, e.g., T623 for the 1900 Census, in Column 1 of the table. 
  3. Copy the corresponding film number from Column 3 of the table.
  4. Search the Family History Library Catalog for that film number by typing (or pasting) the number into the Film Number Search box and click [Search].
  5. Click to select the name of the film, and select [View Film Notes] to see the content of each film.