Ohio Memory has published a new post, “Shades of Green from the Federal Land Office in Cincinnati”
Any genealogist knows, vital records are what draw the outline of a family tree. It’s the “other stuff” — family bibles, yearbooks, employment records — that paint the leaves of one’s tree with shades of green. The State Library of Ohio is thrilled to hold in our collection items both for creating the outline and for adding color, and the collection of documents from the Federal Land Office in Cincinnati is just one example.
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Shades of Green from the Federal Land Office in Cincinnati
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