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American Ancestors

American Ancestors offers thousands of searchable, digitized collections containing more than one billion records. These collections include vital records, cemetery records, probate records, genealogies, and scholarly journals. **Ask MGC Staff to assist with logging in to this database**

American Ancestors is only available at the Midwest Genealogy Center.

 

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