Let us know which periodicals you want to see directly linked to PERSI

Through a partnership with the Allen County Public Library (ACPL) Genealogy Center, findmypast.com is revolutionizing the PERiodical Source Index (PERSI), the world’s largest and most widely used subject index for genealogy and local history literature. As part of the partnership, findmypast.com is enhancing PERSI, most notably by linking thousands of individual genealogical periodicals and resources to the index, allowing the original content to be accessed and connected digitally for the first time in the history of PERSI.

PERSI has become an essential tool in helping genealogists and family historians locate valuable information, and the new partnership with findmypast.com will transform PERSI into an even more powerful resource.

With so many periodicals found in PERSI, we'd like to know which you'd like to see directly linked to PERSI first.

For more information on PERSI or the new partnership with ACPL's Genealogy Center, please visit findmypast.com.

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* 1. What periodicals (national/regional) would you like to see linked to PERSI first?

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* 2. What periodicals (state) would you like to see first linked to PERSI?

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Findmypast.com's work to link images to PERSI aligns with the Society Data Initiative, a program under the partnership with findmypast.com and the Federation of Genealogical Societies.

To include your society's records in this landmark project with PERSI, contact societies@findmypast.com

Findmypast.com's work to link images to PERSI aligns with the Society Data Initiative, a program under the partnership with findmypast.com and the Federation of Genealogical Societies. <br><br>To include your society's records in this landmark project with PERSI, contact societies@findmypast.com

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