7 edition of Finding Your Canadian Ancestors found in the catalog.
October 1, 2007
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||269|
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"Canadian Geography and Finding Locations" follows, for as the chapter starts out by stating, "Geography and genealogy go hand in hand. It is impossible to do quality research into your family's history without understanding the geography of your ancestors' lives." The following chapters treat various types of records from a Canada-wide /5(6).
In Finding Your Canadian Ancestors, authors Sherry Irvine and Dave Obee guide you through Canadian genealogical records, first by record type and then according to province. The authors detail both government and ecclesiastical records, as well as records related to special groups such as Aboriginals, Acadians, and Loyalists/5.
out of 5 stars Finding your Canadian Ancestors. Reviewed in Canada on Decem Verified Purchase. I do genealogy. This book is used primarily as a reference but it is quite good and does what I wanted it to. Thanks. Read more. One person found this helpful.
Helpful/5(5). Finding Your Canadian Ancestors Book Summary: This book guides you through the complexities of Canadian genealogical records, from provincial and ecclesiastical archives to the extensive holdings of Library and Archives Canda.
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