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The Family History Library has many of the Freedmen’s Bureau microfilmed records. The microfilm numbers for most of these records can be found in the Family History Library Catalog ''Keyword Search'' using the search phrase “Bureau of Refugees”
==External Links==* [http://www.archives.gov/publications/ref-info-papers/108/index.html#intro ''National Archives Black Family Research''] description of Freedmen’s Bureau records.* ''[http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1105 Freedmen's Bureau Records of Field Offices 1865-1872]''index and images at Ancestry.com. This database contains about 102,010 personal names from field office records for Washington, D.C., Florida, Georgia, New Orleans, and North Carolina. Information available in the database includes: name, record type, year, and field office location. Family History Centers and the Family History Library have '''''limited''''' access to this index. There is a subscription fee for home use.* [http://www.freedmensbureau.com/ ''Freedmen’s Bureau Online''] including numerous online database indexes. Select among the variety of databases mostly based on locality or by topic such as marriages, labor contracts, or murders.* Elaine C. Everly, [http://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/1997/summer/freedmens-bureau-records.html “Freedmen’s Bureau Records: An Overview,”] article, National Archives, ''Prologue Magazine'' Summer 1997, Vol. 29, No., 2.<br>
*[http://www.archives.gov/publications/ref-info-papers/108/index.html#intro ''National Archives Black Family Research''] description of Freedmen’s Bureau records. *''[http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1105 Freedmen's Bureau Records of Field Offices 1865-1872]''index and images at Ancestry.com. This database contains about 102,010 personal names from field office records for Washington, D.C., Florida, Georgia, New Orleans, and North Carolina. Information available in the database includes: name, record type, year, and field office location. Family History Centers and the Family History Library have '''''limited''''' access to this index. There is a subscription fee for home use. *[http://www.freedmensbureau.com/ ''Freedmen’s Bureau Online''] including numerous online database indexes. Select among the variety of databases mostly based on locality or by topic such as marriages, labor contracts, or murders. *Elaine C. Everly, [http://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/1997/summer/freedmens-bureau-records.html “Freedmen’s Bureau Records: An Overview,”] article, National Archives, ''Prologue Magazine'' Summer 1997, Vol. 29, No., 2.<br> [[Category:African-AmericanAmericans]]
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