MyHeritage Library Edition

The Ottawa Public Library featured in a recent Legacy Family Tree webinar by Daniel Horowitz. It showcased the ease with which OPL cardholders can access MyHeritage Library Edition, free and right from home.

He emphasized the site’s multi-language support, 42 different languages,  and international databases with more than 20 billion historical records and growing. The latest are New York City Births, 1866-1909 (7,560,069 records), Marriages, 1866-1949 (20,912,651 records), and Deaths, 1866-1948 (8,893,688 records), all with image originals.

Canada has 177 collections with 120,009,673 records, including all the decennial censuses with images.


One Reply to “MyHeritage Library Edition”

  1. I live in Ottawa and have a library membership for the Ottawa Library
    Please advise how I can access the My Heritage Library edition from Home

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