Utah Valley University's Fulton Library and Sutherland Archives staff have created a brand new exhibit entitled "Conversations in the Archives” for Utah Archives Month! Items include a letter from 1897,Continue reading "UVU Fulton Library Exhibit"
During COVID, the Salt Lake City Library's Day-Riverside branch worked with a generous citizen to scan and provide public access to hundreds of historic Rose Park Baseball photos and documents.Continue reading "Rose Park Baseball photos"
There are many types of societies that dedicate their resources to the preservation of materials especially helpful to genealogists. Many of these collections are unique and not available elsewhere. ExploreContinue reading "A Glimpse into the Societies of the Mid-Atlantic States"
Join us for a special virtual brown bag lunch presentation! Val Holley will speak about how Senator Frank J. Cannon's personality and worldview gradually revealed themselves--through his handwriting and grammarContinue reading "No Need for a Séance: 21st Century Conversations with Frank J. Cannon"
Dr. Laurie Maffly-Kipp will present as part of the USU University Libraries’ Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture series. Maffly-Kipp’s lecture will discuss how the Church of Jesus Christ ofContinue reading "A Marvelous Work: Reading Mormonism in West Africa"
The Sema Hadithi African American Heritage and Culture Foundation and the Utah Chapter of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society are excited to announce this year’s Day of Remembrance CelebrationContinue reading "Day of Remembrance Celebration and Black History Conference"
Join us on Indigenous Peoples Day to honor and remember the histories of the Northwestern Band of Shoshone. The evening will feature a Q&A conversation with Darren Parry. Darren ParryContinue reading "The Bear River Massacre with Darren Parry"
The FamilySearch Research Wiki is a free, online, genealogical guide that helps you find ancestors from around the world. Learn how to effectively navigate and use the Wiki to findContinue reading "Using the FamilySearch Wiki"
Hear Cynthia May Sheikholeslam Online in NHMU's fall series: Stories from Egypt. Collections of love songs are known from several New Kingdom papyri discovered in the village of Deir el-MedinaContinue reading "Talking Trees: Love Songs from Ancient Egypt"
Utah's desert sands have buried incredible stories - now it's time to uncover what has been lost. Hustling and bustling to starkly quiet, the life of one of Utah's largestContinue reading "Terrace Utah, Population 0"
In 2019 the Marriott Library worked with BYU’s Lee Library to re-digitize a complete archive of Woman’s Exponent, a newspaper published in Salt Lake City from 1872-1914. While the work toContinue reading "Digging Through History’s Dumpster: The Woman’s Exponent Advertising Database"
Researching your family produces stuff, including names, dates, places, families, documents, newspapers clippings, pictures, charts, DNA results, and much, much more. Understanding what you have found, determining whether that informationContinue reading "Organizing Your Genealogy"