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*{{FHL|837165|title-id|disp=LDS Family History Suite}} <ref>''LDS Family History Suite 2''. Provo, Utah: Infobases, 1999. (Family History Library compact disc no. 205 pt. 1.)</ref>Select one of the two following databases you would like to search for&nbsp;Latter-day Saint families. Each database is word searchable. When you find a name, you see the actual entry in the context of the book. The two databases are:
*The ''Pioneer Heritage Library'' includes over 10,000 photographs. It also has many biographical sketches, stories, diaries and autobiographies, histories, early Latter-day Saint newspapers and periodicals, doctrinal works, emigration sources, and the ''Utah Historical Quarterly''. It includes major sources such as Wiggins’ ''Mormons and Their Neighbors'', Black’s ''Membership of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1830–1848'', and Bitton’s ''Guide Mormon Diaries and Autobiographies''. It also includes sources like the published series of pioneer histories by the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Jenson’s ''Encyclopedic History of the Church'', and Joseph Smith’s ''History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints''. Some of the sources in this library are not available elsewhere.
*[http://mormonhistory.byu.edu/ The Studies in Mormon History Database] includes citations to articles, books, theses, and Ph.D. dissertations dealing with the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, written from the time of its inception in 1830 to the present. It is intended to be comprehensive and provides citations to over 2,000 LDS&nbsp;Latter-day Saint biographies and 800 published LDS&nbsp;Latter-day Saint diaries. The diary entries have abstracts describing dates of coverage and a summary of the contents. There are some links to full-text items.<br>
The ''Latter-day Saint Vital Records Library'' includes 12 reference works about the pioneers that must be searched separately. The majority of the books in this section were compiled by Harvey and Susan Easton Black. It also includes an index to Utah deaths from 1898 to 1905 excluding Salt Lake County. These 12 sources are now available on the Internet at [http://www.worldvitalrecords.com/search.aspx WorldVitalRecords.com].<br>
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