North Dakotans with library card have access to Ancestry Library Edition
Access Library Edition provides resources for genealogical research.
Are you interested in discovering your family history but unsure where to start? People who have a library card from a local library or the North Dakota State Library now have access to Ancestry Library Edition at home through March 31, 2021.
Ancestry Library Edition gives people instant access to resources for genealogical and historical research. With billions of historical documents and millions of photos, this resource offers the most comprehensive genealogical information available online. Search through immigration, census, family histories, court records, directories, military records, photos and more to discover new things about your ancestors.
Access Ancestry Library Edition under the Databases tab at www.library.nd.gov . People who need a library card are encouraged to visit their local library or fill out the online application available on the North Dakota State Library’s website to receive a library card through the mail.
For more information, contact the North Dakota State Library at 701-328-4622 / 1-800-472-2104 or email@example.com .