The Genealogy and Local History Department houses the largest genealogy collection in the Tristate. Among the thousands of titles are the following recommended guides which can be checked out.
Written by two of the country’s top genealogical researchers, this guide delves into the scientific approach to genealogy through DNA testing.
A must read for navigating sources to chart your immigrant ancestor’s arrival in the United States.
A concise how-to guide which focuses on internet searching. Includes useful web addresses from every state.
This step-by-step guide will answer many questions for the fledgling genealogist.
This extensive guide covers all facets of Jewish genealogical research.
A good source for Germanic genealogy and history.
This concise guide walks the beginning African-American genealogist through the search process step-by-step.
Need more suggestions? Contact the Genealogy and Local History Department by phone (513-369-6905) or email
and a reference librarian will be happy to assist you.