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What records do you hold?

The record holdings of the Bermuda Archives date from the 17th century and include information related to all areas of government administration.   In addition to government records, The Bermuda Archives houses records donated by private benefactors, organizations, and societies, including various church and parish records, image collections, and personal papers of individuals and families.  Records are in the form of paper documents, manuscripts, bound volumes, maps, plans, charts, paintings, photographs, as well as sound and video recordings.

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