Tulsa Genealogy Center
8316 E 93rd St
Located in Tulsa's Hardesty Regional Library, the Tulsa Genealogy Center houses an abundance of genealogy resources. The massive collection of genealogy records at the Tulsa Genealogy Center consists of books, microfilm, microfiche, maps and research files.
Information available at the center includes vital records, complete census records for Oklahoma, military records, passenger and immigration lists, family histories, state and county histories, the final rolls of the Five Civilized Tribes and a heraldry section. The following online databases are also available at the Tulsa Genealogy Center: Ancestry Library Edition, Heritage Quest, Fold3 (formerly Footnote) and New England Ancestors. Another valuable resource at the center is the "Cemetery Index of Oklahoma," a 77-volume series that lists all known cemeteries in each county, along with the location of each cemetery.
The Tulsa Genealogy Center is an official Family Search Center, and has access to the largest genealogy collection in the world - the Family History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Microfilm and microfiche can be borrowed from the Family History Center, which contains more than 2.4 million rolls of microfilmed genealogical records, at any time.
Genealogy workshops are held regularly at the Tulsa Genealogy Center. Past workshop topics have included how to begin a genealogy search, and how to make the best use of the many resources available in the center.