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Your success in finding family records at a family history center will depend entirely upon how much information you bring with you. To increase your chance of success, interview family members and gather records at home before you visit the center.
 
Your success in finding family records at a family history center will depend entirely upon how much information you bring with you. To increase your chance of success, interview family members and gather records at home before you visit the center.
  
If you want to learn how to find or use records, our publications can help. Research outlines list important records, search strategies, and finding aids for a specific area such as a nation, state, or province. Some research outlines cover specific records or groups of people, such as U.S. military records or African Americans.  You can find the information in research outlines on this website under the specific location.
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If you want to learn how to find or use records, our publications can help. Research outlines list important records, search strategies, and finding aids for a specific area such as a nation, state, or province. Some research outlines cover specific records or groups of people, such as U.S. military records or African Americans. You can find the information in research outlines on this website under the specific location.
  
 
Each center has unique hours of operation. Call your local center for their scheduled hours before you visit.
 
Each center has unique hours of operation. Call your local center for their scheduled hours before you visit.
  
 
For more information on family history centers, [[Introduction to LDS Family History Centers|click here]].
 
For more information on family history centers, [[Introduction to LDS Family History Centers|click here]].
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Revision as of 20:25, 17 December 2007

Your success in finding family records at a family history center will depend entirely upon how much information you bring with you. To increase your chance of success, interview family members and gather records at home before you visit the center.

If you want to learn how to find or use records, our publications can help. Research outlines list important records, search strategies, and finding aids for a specific area such as a nation, state, or province. Some research outlines cover specific records or groups of people, such as U.S. military records or African Americans. You can find the information in research outlines on this website under the specific location.

Each center has unique hours of operation. Call your local center for their scheduled hours before you visit.

For more information on family history centers, click here.