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New York Public Library offers virtual genealogy assistance

New York Public Library Milstein Division of U.S. History, Local History and Genealogy offers virtual genealogy help and education for those who cannot go to the library in person.

Several of the Getting Started in Genealogy classes have been recorded and are available on the Division’s website: Getting Started in Genealogy Research, Beginning Irish Genealogy Research, Researching the History of Your New York City Home and Getting Started with Jewish Genealogy Research.

To watch any of these recordings, go to:  https://libguides.nypl.org/genealogy/gettingstarted/class-recording-handouts

You can also book a virtual consultation with a librarian at the Milstein Division. Virtual meetings are conducted using Google Meet. To do this, go to: https://libcal.nypl.org/appointments/schwarzman?g=11317

Finally, you can email questions to the Milstein Division at history@nypl.org

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