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do you have as a reference book "Kegley's Virginia Frontier"

It is not available for checking out and thought you might have a copy that is for reference only and can be read a the library
Last Updated: Jun 01, 2015  |  13 Views

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Unfortunately we do not have it, even as a reference copy. However, I found a couple of options for you. First, it has been digitized by the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, and can be viewed on a computer at one of the local Family History Centers--there is one at 146th and California and one in Papillion, as well as one in Blair and one in Council Bluffs (the W. Dale Clark Library is a FamilySearch Affiliate--you can order microfilm to be viewed here, but we don't have the online viewing privileges of a regular Family History Center). See http://guides.omahalibrary.org/c.php?g=174669&p=1150918

The second option would be to order it through interlibrary loan--it would not be difficult for us to get (UNL has a lending copy, for example). In that case you would just have to pay the postage for sending it back (usually somewhere between $2.56 and $5, depending on the weight of the book). You can find information about interlibrary loan here.

I hope this helps!

Martha/Main Library

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