Thanks to a grant from ARPA, Hampshire County Public Library is now able to offer a more advanced film experience with our UScan+ system. You can print straight from our own microfilm collection or save to your own USB drive. Some key features are:
- Industry-high 18 megapixel active pixel area array sensor
- Scan, print or save in color, grayscale or bitonal capture
- Up to 2400 dpi resolution
- Flexible output options (Email, Cloud, USB, etc.)
- Output to network, file save, USB, print, Cloud, Google Docs and CD/DVD
This project is supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in West Virginia by the State Librarian.
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Rootsweb: A free affiliate of Ancestry.com
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West Virginia History & Genealogy sites compiled by the West Virginia Library Commission. Online resources useful for the West Virginian historian or genealogist.
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West Virginia Vital Research Records Project is putting the birth, marriage and death certificates of West Virginians online for research purposes.