Microfilm & Microfiche
Jasper Library Microfilm Collection
The library has a collection of both microfiche and microfilm. The local newspaper under all its various names is available going back as far as 1858. There is also a complete collection of the George Wilson notes, an indexed series of twenty-three volumes that cover an in-depth history of Dubois County. For a complete list of our microfilm and microfiche in PDF format, click here.
The Jasper Public Library is an LDS Family History Library affiliate. Jasper Library patrons have access, on a loan basis, for a nominal shipping and handling fee, to all microfilmed records listed in the FamilySearch catalog at https://familysearch.org/catalog-search. The standard loan period is 90 days, with 60 day extensions available. To obtain a microfilm each library patron creates a personal account with the LDS Family History Library, designates the Jasper Library as the film recipient, searches the on-line catalog for the appropriate film, then places an order for the film. Payment is made directly to the LDS Family History Library at the time the order is placed. The patron is notified by the LDS Family History Library when the microfilm is received at the Jasper Library and is available for use. The Jasper Library has many LDS films on extended loan for patrons to use free of charge. For a complete list of these, please view the PDF files which are detailed below.
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|Index - part 1||Includes: Bean Blossom, Indiana to Kirchhofen|
|Index - part 2||Includes: Krozingen to Züsch|
|Details - part 1||Includes: Pfaffenweiler, Krozingen, Blengen, Kirchhofen, and Sankt Trudpert|
|Details - part 2||Includes: Damme, Hördt, Dümpelfeld, Emsdetten, Schlatt, Hesse, New Orleans passenger lists, Dubois Co. deed records, and Dubois Co. will records|
|Details - part 3||Includes: St. Boniface (Evansville, IN); St. Celestine Parish registers; Vincennes, IN Catholic church records; St. Henry Catholic Church; Gibson Co., IN Catholic church records; Heeke family in IN; Neuhausel families; Gentryville, IN church records; Floyd Co., IN church records; Perry Co., IN church records; Clark Co., IN church records; Wolcottville, IN church records; Hendricks Co., IN church records; Logansport, IN church records; Bean Blossom, IN church records; Franklin Co., IN church records; Mudenheim; and Züsch|
|Details - part 4||Includes: Bellheim; Salem-Pittsgrove, NJ church records; Gloucester Co., NJ church records; New Jersey church records; Jockgrim; Tennenbronn; Hamilton Co., OH; Schifferstadt; Sasbach; Longeville-lès-Metz (Moselle); and Everswinkel|
|Details - part 5||Includes: Furschweiler, Namborn, Walhausen, Oberkirchen, Nittel, Nunkirchen, Oberheimbach, Oberleuken, Registres parroissiaux (Eppleborn, Exweiler, Oberthal, Scheuren, Siedaltroff, Naumborn, Marping, Bliesen, Lognon, Itterstroff, Leyding), and Herxheim (BA. Dürkheim)|
|Details - part 6||Includes: Herxheim (BA. Dürkheim), Wesenheim (BA. Dürkheim), and Emsbüren|
The table below translates many of the German words used in the above lists of microfilm to help you understand what types of documents are available.
|Familienbuch||Church family record book|
Ferdinand Branch Microfilm
The Ferdinand Library has the Ferdinand News on microfilm. The available dates are: May 1906 to December 1932 and January 1973 to December 1987.