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Oklahoma Library Can Help With Tribal Heritage Research

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The Muskogee Public Library in Muskogee, Oklahoma has a number of helpful resources for those interested in researching their Native American heritage. Aside from having book and microfilm, the library staff is available to help fill out ancestor charts, check Census records, look at indexes of Native American rolls and copy information from microfilm.

Library members can use the library's access to the Ancestry Library Edition, Fold3 and Heritage Quest databases. Fold3 has images of documents from the National Archives like the Dawes Enrollment, Guion Miller and Eastern Cherokee Applications, among others.

The Muskogee Public Library, located at 801 W. Okmulgee St. in Muskogee, Oklahoma, also has a wide variety of books available for genealogical research and offers free genealogy classes once a month.

For more information call Jere Harris, who works in the Genealogy & Local History Department of the library, at 918-682-6657, ext. 257.

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