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“Treasures in Your Own Backyard: Genealogy Resources in the BYU Library”

Terry Dahlin

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Talk Abstract:
This will be a discussion of the wealth of services, technology, and print and online collections available to genealogical researchers at the Harold B. Lee Library on the BYU Campus.

Speaker Bio:
Terry Dahlin is the Family and Local History Librarian at BYU. He was born in Bremerton, Washington, raised in Utah, and served an LDS mission to Chile. He met his wife in a BYU singles ward and they have two sons and two daughters. He completed a bachelor’s degree in U.S. social history and a master’s degree in library science, both at BYU. He pursued advanced graduate study in public and educational policy at the University of Utah. He has worked in a variety of positions in the Harold B. Lee Library since 1974, including head of government documents and maps. He has served as a bishop and a high councilor with responsibility for temple and family history work. His genealogical research interests have been in the western U.S. and England and more recently on pursuing his family lines into Sweden.

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This presentation is part of a set of over 400 presentations on genealogy and family history produced by “UVTAGG: The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group”.
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