Canada 1891 Census Worksheet- This blank worksheet has the same columns and headings as the 1891 census. You can easily copy information from the original censuses onto this worksheet.pop
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Canada 1901 Census Worksheet- This blank worksheet has the same columns and headings as the 1901 census. You can easily copy information from the original censuses onto this worksheet.pop
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Canadian Deaths 1878-1886- Abstracted from The Dominion Annual Register and Review. Mainly obituaries of prominent citizens (nationally and locally), accidental deaths, suicides, murders, executions, and deaths from longevity.pop
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Canadian Genealogy Records Online- More than 1500 links to databases and record transcriptions. FREE access to over 80% of the resources listed.pop
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* ZoneCousinage.com : Quebec and Acadian ancestors- ZoneCousinage.com : Quebec and Acadian ancestors. A database of interconnected family trees going back to the beginning of New France and beyond. The data is uploaded one record at a time after a meticulous examination of both primary and authoritative secondary sources. To be added, individuals must link to the existing pedigree charts that ZoneCousinage tracks, so that all the people in the database are connected to each other. ZoneCousinage covers most of the early settlers of New France.
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1901 Census of Canada Microfilms- Includes the National Archives of Canada and LDS film numbers. All Provinces and Territories. Prefaced by a description of the information included in the census.
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Aboriginal Heritage : Library and Archives Canada- Aboriginal documentary heritage found in the holdings of Library and Archives Canada reflects the exemplary contributions of Aboriginal peoples to this country’s political, social, economic and cultural development. This material is available in all types of media and can be accessed on site or through online databases, virtual exhibitions and digitized documents.
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AMICUS Web- AMICUS, a search engine of the National Library of Canada is free and easy (there's no logon!)
- Search over 25 million full records from 1,300 Canadian libraries
- Access the entire database including National Library records
- Check library holdings, loan policies, homepages, etc.
- Save search results to create bibliographies
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AVITUS - Directory of Resources- The Directory of Canadian Genealogical Resources - AVITUS enables you to access databases, catalogues and Web sites regarding genealogical fonds and collections all over Canada.
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British Home Children- 100,000 British Home Children were sent to Canada by over fifty childcare organizations from 1870-1940. These alleged orphan children were often mistreated and suffered abuse and neglect as indentured farm labourers. This site is dedicated to the sharing of information and reuiniting famlies severed by the child care agencies.
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Canada Research Outline- This outline introduces records and strategies that can help you learn more about your Canadian ancestors. It explains terms associated with Canadian genealogy and describes the content, use, and availability of major genealogical records.
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CanadaGenWeb For Kids- This site is for kids (18 and under) or classes to do genealogy
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Canadian Ports Passenger Lists on Microfilm 1865-1922- Passenger lists were the official immigration documents from 1865 to 1935. The lists contain information such as the name, age, country of origin, occupation and destination of each passenger. The lists are organized by port and date of arrival. This database provides access to passenger lists for the ports of Québec (1865-1921), Halifax (1881-1922), Saint John (1900-1912), North Sydney (1906-1912), Vancouver (1905-1912) and Victoria (1905-1912). Important note : This database is not searchable by name of passengers. No name of passengers are included.
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