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From: Katy Hestand <>
Subject: Re: [OHGEN] Re: Heritage Quest no longer available
Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2005 09:13:31 -0500
They may not be allowing free access thru libraries anymore but I just got
in so the site hasn't
been Archived and isn't owned by Ancestry.com <http://Ancestry.com>. They
are growing, as a matter of
Here is a very good link and membership will afford you access to Heritage
Sandborn Maps as well and it isn't expensive.
http: history.ky.gov <http://history.ky.gov> Investing
On 10/12/05, <> wrote:
> I just went to the Columbus Metropolitan Library pages, they have changed
> to a new website layout and management. It appears that Ancestry.com<http://Ancestry.com>is now the owner of Heritage Quest online census and not allowing free
> Does anyone know about this change?
> I was unable to access Heritage Quest with my library number for online
> usage through Columbus Metropolitan Library Electronic Resources. I sent the
> librarian a note to see what has happened.
> What a shame, I used those census records on a daily basis.
> OHGenWeb SC
> > From: Rita Hines <>
> > Date: 2005/10/11 Tue PM 08:45:29 CDT
> > To:
> > Subject: Heritage Quest no longer available
> > I am an Ohio resident, but the Heritage Quest page is no longer
> available on your web site. Whe I click on the heritage quest link I get the
> columbus metropolitan library. The message says that the page is no longer
> available. It has been archived.
> > Rita Hines
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> Sandy's essay on Appalachian Language
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