Ventura County Genealogical Society
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Almost 4000 volumes located at the Camarillo Library. Volunteers are available most days to help with your research. Call ahead to the library to verify availability of a volunteer.
This library has over 40,000 volumes plus thousands of CDs. The collection has information for all US states and has strong collections for French-Canada, Germany and Cornwall, England.
Find information about the society's genealogy collection at the Grant R. Brimhall Library, located at 1401 E. Janss Road
Over 10,000 volumes and a large collection of newsletters and journals from genealogical societies
The collection contains more than 40,000 genealogy related volumes along with a large map collection.
Ventura LDS Family History Center - Books, Microfiche, Computers with access to free and paid genealogical sites. Genealogy classes on Thursday evenings at 7pm.
The genealogy collection is one of the largest in Southern California and has a strong emphasis on the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries in the United States.
86 networked computers, 18 microfilm readers, microfiche reader, 56,000 rolls of film, 40,000 microfiche, 6,058 books...a great family history resource in one place
The early Hispanic settlers of Alta California were called Californios or Californianos. Los Californianos was organized by their descendants to preserve the Hispanic heritage of Alta California (history, music, culture, infrastructure, etc.) and to help other descendants compile their Hispanic genealogy.
The Riverside site houses materials related to federal records in the Southwest region of the US.
This collection at the Huntington Beach Library has over 19,000 volumes.
The print collection is aimed at users who are in the initial states of searching family history.
Founded in 1893, the Library and Museum is a repository for books and reference materials relating to the American Revolution; early Americana, California and local history.
One of the largest and most complete research libraries in the US. Users of the library must qualify as a reader...not open to general public.
The society maintains materials related to German and American genealogy
Information center to assist adoptees, birthparents, and others in locating family members
Contains over 2000 volumes of the Whittier Area Genealogical Society collection