Find out the next steps in your family history after you receive your DNA results.
Learn how and why to search the more than 170,000 indexed obituaries from Topeka newspapers from 1906 to present
Learn about new genealogy tools and how we can help you access them.
Learn about your ancestors in African-American newspapers.
Learn tips for digging deeper into your family tree to find elusive ancestors.
Gain insight into DNA testing that is helping people connect to their ethnicity and find lost family members.
Connect with your current family and your family’s history at a family reunion.
Wouldn’t it be a great idea to showcase our local genealogy and history on the Genealogy Roadshow? Well we think so! Find out what you can do.
Find out more about the Library’s genealogy resources!
Searching microfilm for local history and genealogy is easier and fun!
Juneteenth is the African American celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation and the actual freeing of the last slaves in South. The Library will hold a Watch Party to celebrate the 150th Anniversary.
On March 4th, 2015, one of genealogy’s favorite databases, HeritageQuest Online (HQO), got a new look! It is the most popular source of the U.S. Federal Census records available for free through the Library. Patrons have been able to access it from home with their library card. Now, it has a new interface run by Ancestry.com. It looks a lot […]