The Carnegie Public Library and the Gentry County Genealogical Society have newspapers on microfilm available in the Local History/Genealogy room at the Library. It is staffed by volunteers on an occasional basis. The Genealogy Society is not online nor do they have an email, but we've been able to put up what information we can through the Library's website.
If you are unable to visit the Library, all research questions should be snail mailed to the Gentry County Genealogical Society here at the Library's address. There is no charge for research services, only copies made. However, the Genealogical Society is VERY happy to receive donations.
The Genealogy/Local History room is open during regular Library hours.
Volunteers are beginning to scan some of the Library's and Society's holdings into digital format. We will add these as they become available.
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