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The Fairmont Times
Holdings: Sept. 15, 1902 - Dec. 31, 1953; May 1, 1954 - Dec. 31, 1974
The Fairmont West Virginian
Holdings: Apr. 19, 1904 - June 30, 1908; Oct. 1, 1908 - Sept. 30, 1948; Dec. 1, 1948 - Feb. 1, 1973; May 1973 - Apr. 1974
The West Virginian
Holdings: May 1974 - Dec. 1974
Holdings: 1976 - current
The Columns student publication
Various years held in print archives. See Circulation staff for assistance.
Fairmont State Yearbooks Online
The first edition of The Mound yearbook was published in 1908 by the senior class of Fairmont State Normal School.
Fairmont State Catalogs Online
Fairmont State catalogs are now available online, and very early issues include names of students who attended during the previous year.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Genealogy (eBook) by
This user-friendly volume offers readers an opportunity to understand the craft of genealogy, explore their roots, perform online research, and begin to discover their true identities. Includes new information on the release of the 1930 census, the pros and cons of online research, and creating family trees.
Genealogist's Companion by
Included in the detailed coverage: terminology; getting started; organizing findings; how events in our ancestors' lives spawned informative documents; writing about forebearers so relatives can share in discoveries; appendixes listing resource centers; and more.
Searching for Your Ancestors by
Reference. Also included is information on how to utilize the Family History Library in Salt Lake City and its Family Centers, the Library of Congress's Local History and Genealogy Room, the National Archives, and regional public library systems as valuable resources in your research efforts.
Discover Your Roots (eBook) by
Discover Your Roots: Dig Up Your Family History and Other Buried Treasures presents 52 ways to get to the root of family history.
It's one of the most fascinating and popular new pastimes, and now researching family history -- from distant ancestors to interesting facts about birthplaces and childhood homes -- is easier than ever before.
The Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy by
Written for those wishing to undertake genealogical projects in the United States. After a discussion of theoretical and methodological problems, the better part of the volume explains types of records available such as census returns, probate records, wills, land records, court records, cemeteries, and military records.
Visiting the Library
Welcome to our LibGuide of genealogy tips and resources! If you're interested in visiting the Ruth Ann Musick Library, here is some information that may be helpful.