Friday, October 20, 2017
Available Resources
  • Crawford County Avalanche on microfilm
  • Limited birth, marriage, and death records from the Crawford County Avalanche in card file at Devereaux Memorial Library

  • Local cemetery transcriptions
  • Crawford County Civil War Veteran Data File: compiled by Fay Bovee

  • AncestryLibrary.com, a limited library-edition subscription to Ancestry.com.
    ONLY ACCESSIBLE AT EITHER LIBRARY BRANCH.

  • Crawford County plat books
  • Various files on local historical places and people

  • A limited set of Grayling High School yearbooks
  • A Michigan book section, specifically devoted to referencing the people, places, wildlife, and history of our state

   

     
Genealogy and History Resources
  The Crawford County Library takes the preservation of its community's history seriously and strives to be a vital resource for those interested in doing the same. For more general information about what we have to offer or information about the weekly Genealogy Group, please call (989) 348-9214.
   

CCLS History
   

MeL Databases



Click for full text articles and resources
 for a wide variety of subjects.

   

 

Complete your research
projects from home using
our online database of the

Crawford County Avalanche
1879-2012
 

These full, digitized images
of each edition are searchable, printable, and span more
than 130 years.

Click here to try it out!

   

 
The Genealogy Group meets every Monday @ 9:00 a.m.

Bring your research and further the documentation of your family's history along with others sharing similar goals. Spend a few hours in a group setting with volunteers and local community members willing to point each other toward new sources that may uncover those stubborn missing pieces.

*Please note that if Crawford AuSable schools are closed due to weather, 
Genealogy Group is also cancelled.*

What Should I Bring?

*Any research info and materials you have already accumulated for your project.
*A pad of paper, writing utensils, and a binder or folders for organizing are helpful.
*A laptop, if you have one, although computer access is generally available if needed.
*A flash drive if you'd like to store your information without printing.
*Curiosity and patience!