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CCNGS Prospector Collection

Published quarterly by the Clark County Nevada Genealogical Society, The Prospector features articles supporting genealogical research.

There was a brief hiatus in publication from 1978 to 1983, when publication resumed.

 

Type of materials in this collection: Newsletters

Timeframe: 1976-forward

Items included: Every issue of The Prospector will be included in this digital collection up through the year prior to the current issue. Issues for the current year are a benefit of membership in CCNGS and may be purchased from CCNGS. They can be reached at any of the following:
 
Copyright information: Resources such as digital images, digital audio and video, and electronic texts are made available by Henderson Libraries for use in research, instruction or private study only. These materials can never be used for commercial purposes without explicit, prior written permission from the copyright owner. Many items offered by Henderson Libraries may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). Some items may have restrictions imposed by the copyright holder or the repository owning the physical items. The holding repositories have made best efforts to identify the copyright status for online items. This information is offered as a service to the general public in determining the proper use of an item and is found in collection finding aids and/or upon inquiry to the holding repository. However, it is always the user's responsibility to determine copyright restrictions and obtain the permission of the copyright holder.

Digitization process and software needed: Digitization process and software needed: Issues were digitized from physical copies of the magazine and saved as searchable PDF files. You must have a PDF reader in order to view the items in this collection.

Acknowledgements: Henderson Libraries thanks the Clark County Nevada Genealogical Society for providing this collection for digitization. Special thanks to Robert M. Kennard, Jr., for digitizing, indexing, and archiving the collection, and to Helen Smith for serving as editor for more than two decades.