Regional History and Genealogy

InformationPikes Peak Library District is collecting stories, images, and videos about the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents of the Pikes Peak Region are invited to share their stories and experiences.
Beginning Nov. 18, 2020, Regional History and Genealogy will be open for limited onsite access. Staff will be available to assist with research questions virtually. Onsite access will be limited to Mon. - Sat., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Patrons can call (719) 531-6333, x1253 for reference services or to make an in-person appointment. To accommodate appointments, we request 24 hours’ notice. Please contact us by phone or by email with questions.

Regional History and Genealogy - PPLD's Special Collections
Regional history and genealogy collections at Pikes Peak Library District are held by Special Collections in the 1905 Carnegie Library. The Regional History collection includes books, maps, manuscripts and archives, photographs, oral histories, films and videos, government documents, pamphlets, periodicals, and other materials related to the history of the Pikes Peak region. The Genealogy collection contains extensive family history research materials, covering the entire United States from Colonial times to the present, including books, periodicals, and access to major genealogical databases.


There are multiple ways to contact our team:

Many of the resources can be used for both genealogy research or research on the region.

What's New in Special Collections

Reading Lists

Regional History and Genealogy Programs and Classes