The Genealogy Collection is located on the west side second floor of the Alvin Sherman Library. This collection was given as gift to Nova Southeastern University by the Genealogical Society of Broward County in 2007. These books and periodicals are identified with the following locations in NovaCat:
If desired, you can limit your search to both these collections in NovaCat by selecting the following location: Sherman Library Genealogy Collection
Additional material on genealogy are located in the general collection of the Alvin Sherman Library or as e-books. Use NovaCat to locate these materials.
|If you want books about...||Use this specific word structure in a subject search, based on the example provided:|
|Birth records by locality (such as: Broward County, Florida)||Registers of births, etc. – Florida – Broward County|
|Church records by locality (such as: Virginia)||Church records and registers - Virginia|
|Cities or towns (such as: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida)||Fort Lauderdale (Fla.)|
|Counties (such as: Passaic County, New Jersey)||Passaic County (N.J.)|
|Death records by locality (such as: Caddo Parish, Louisiana)||Registers of births, etc. – Louisiana – Caddo Parish|
|Ethnic genealogy (such as: African-Americans or Germans)||African Americans – Genealogy
Germany - Genealogy
|Family history by surname (such as: Jones)||Jones family|
|Genealogy in general (such as: how-to books)||Genealogy|
|Land records by locality (such as: Kentucky)||Land grants - Kentucky|
|Marriage records by locality (such as: Montgomery County, Illinois)||Marriage records – Illinois – Montgomery County|
|Passenger records (such as: Irish Famine immigrants)||Ships – Passenger Lists|
|Pension records by locality (such as: the United States)||Military pensions - United States|
|Probate records by locality (such as: Oklahoma)||Probate records – Oklahoma|
|Wills by locality (such as: Ireland)||Wills - Ireland|
|If the location code says...||The book can be found:|
|E-book||Online; click on text “direct link to resource or other information” NOTE: You will need to have an Alvin Sherman Library card to log in.|
|LAW Library||Shepard Broad Law Library; a separate library on the NSU campus. Public access allowed, but limited.|
|Sherman Library||3rd & 4th Floors. Uses the Library of Congress Classification system.|
|Sherman Library Genealogy Collection||2nd Floor, Genealogy Room. Uses the Library of Congress Classification system.|
|Sherman Library Microfilm/Microfiche||2nd Floor|
|Sherman Library Reference||2nd Floor|
|If the status code says...||You can:|
|Available||Check the book out with an Alvin Sherman Library card.|
|Due xx-xx-2008||NOT check out the book. It is already checked-out to another patron.|
|LIB Use Only||NOT check out the book. This book does not circulate and can only be used in the Library.|
The Family History Archive at Brigham Young University is a collection of fulltext/fullimage genealogy and family history books. The archive includes histories of families, county and local histories, how-to books on genealogy, genealogy magazines and periodicals (including some international), medieval books (including histories and pedigrees), and gazetteers. Participating libraries include the FamilySearch Family History Library, the Allen County Public Library, the Houston Public Library – Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research, the Mid-Continent Public Library – Midwest Genealogy Center, the BYU Harold B. Lee Library, the BYU Hawaii Joseph F. Smith Library, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Church History Library.
WorldCat is the largest bibliographic database in the world and holds records for thousands of libraries. Use this valuable resource to locate books, archives, etc. on genealogy. Create your want lists or even catalog your personal collection of books using their List feature.
For addition tips see this ToolKit Tutorial from Family Tree Magazine.