Wednesday, May 25th, at 10am. Karin Borgerson will present: Preview of a New Collaborative DNA Tool.
Wednesday, June 1st, at 10am. Lisa A. Oberg will present: Stories Behind the Stones: Cemetery Symbolism.
Fiske Library now open by appointment.
We are pleased to announce that the library is now open by appointment. To make an appointment please phone the person listed for the day of the week you wish to visit the library:
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Fiske Library now welcomes your donations online
The Fiske Notebooks were established as an original resource, part of the Library's traditional and strong interest in the preservation of information of genealogical interest. The Fiske Notebooks are uncatalogued, and there are no references to them in our online catalog. In them one will find copies of Arthur Fiske's genealogical research notes, records of births, marriages, and deaths, cemetery inventories, family group sheets, pamphlets, photo copies of articles, photo copies of excerpts from rare books, newsletters, ephemera, and more. The notebooks are classfied by geographic location and shelved with other items of the same class in the main collection.
To search, or to browse, that is the question...
If you are looking for specific information, a search will usually yield the best results. If you are not sure how to search for what you need then try browsing. The Fiske Library has created over 130 pages you can browse to find items. You may Browse Holdings by location or surnames.
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HALF-PRICE SALE ON ENTIRE INVENTORY continues. Sales of surplus books benefit our fund for acquiring new resources!