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Genealogy Research: Using Secondary Sources

We have a special presentation to share! Ms. Lisa, one of our library associates and leader of our Back to your Roots Genealogy Club, explains how you can use secondary sources to answer tough questions in your family’s history. By … Continue reading

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Join Mentor Library’s genealogy club

Our Back to Your Roots Genealogy Club is back, and it’s open to anyone who’s curious about their family history. We’ll be meeting online via Zoom at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 1. You can share tips on researching your genealogy, … Continue reading

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Learn about your genealogy & family history with our databases

How far back do you know your family’s history? Do you know your great-grandparents? Do you know their great-grandparents? Do you want to? It’s amazing what you can learn about your family history with the databases available at Mentor Public Library. Your … Continue reading

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New databases at Mentor Public Library

Do you feel that? Your Mentor Public Library just became even more valuable. We’ve added 11 more databases to our collection. You can now learn about car repair, research your genealogy or study a foreign language. And it’s all free with … Continue reading

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