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Canada GenWeb Project

Canada GenWeb Project
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Immigrants to Canada in Nineteenth Century - Ships - Emigration Reports - Emigration Handbooks UWInfo | Marj's Homepage | Genealogy | Local History | Young Immigrants | Sessional Papers You can check out:Quebec ship arrivals of 1793Ships 1868 - 1875 - Ships 1876 - 1893 - Ships 1894 - 1904 - Ships 1905 - 1930s - Ships 1870 - mostly those with assisted passengers on boardAllan Line InformationPassengers from John McKenzie who were on the Montreal at time of fire, 1857Extracts From The Annals of the Port of Quebec 1535-1900Arrivals at Grosse Isle in 1866Harbors of Quebec, Montreal and Liverpool circa 1878 Since the first thing many immigrants did was buy land - here are early land patents (missing but available soon part B, H, K, L, M, P, Q, S, T)Numidian - outbound Cabin Passengers 1892S.S. Prussian 1875 and a Bill of FareStray Ships - voyages found in various publications most from 1800-1864 Quebec, c1840 - NAC C-002671 New! Mail Packets, Montreal Ocean Steamship Line (Allan Line) and Vessels From The Immigration Reports Mail Packet ships were regular passenger vessels.

Early Canadiana Online Pre-1900 Canadian Directories.pdf Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connections Most people enjoy treasure hunts, especially genealogists and family historians. Librarians love to help people seeking information, and seeking to learn. Reference librarians are getting adept at pointing family history researchers to a range of free online databases. More than 100 people sent in answers and the VPL gave a book prize, Finding Your Canadian Ancestors by Sherry Irvine and Dave Obee, to five people drawn from the 75 fully correct entries. Answer the questions below using the following FREE Canadian genealogy databases. Automated B.C. British Columbia City Directories, Canadian Naturalization (1915-1932) Census of Canada, 1881 Daniel F. Immigration Records (1925-1935) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Library & Archives Canada: Censuses Census returns are official Government of Canada records that enumerate the country’s population. They are an invaluable source of information as they often include the age, occupation, ethnic origin, religious denomination and the place of birth for the persons listed. For each census, the records are arranged by province or territory, and then are divided into districts which usually correspond to counties and cities. Districts are typically divided into sub-districts, corresponding to townships, parishes and larger towns. From 1851 to 1901, a census occurred every 10 years in Canada; this was confirmed by the British North America Act (also known as the Constitution Act, 1867). According to the Census and Statistics Act (which received Royal Assent on May 16, 1905) a general census of Canada was to occur in 1911, and every 10 years thereafter, and a census of population and agriculture was to be taken in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta in 1906, and every 10 years thereafter.

Automated Genealogy: Census, Etc. Library & Archives Canada: AVITUS Search: Database Background Genealogists and people interested in family history want access to a large amount of information. Why AVITUS? The Latin word Avitus means "from ancestors", which today may be rendered as "ancestral". The Database The directory points to resources (institutions, online databases, etc.) but does not access their contents. The directory includes descriptions for: Institutions: family associations, libraries, university research centres, archives, museums, genealogical societies, historical societies.Information resources: databases, catalogues, PDF files, alphabetical lists, and pages of links that are available online. The directory contains resources that meet the following criteria: Search Screen The search screen enables you to search by: KeywordTitleSubject Names of organizations and titles of resources are spelled as they appear. When you have entered your search terms, slick on 'Search'. How to Interpret the Results Search Results Page Item Page

RootsWeb: Québec GenWeb Des bénévoles feront des recherches simples dans les gros dictionnaires classiques de bibliothèque tels les volumes de référence Drouin, Jetté, Tanguay, PRDH, Loiselle etc.. D'autres possèdent les répertoires pour une région donnée. Some volunters will do SIMPLE look-ups in renowned reference books such as the Red or Blue Drouin, the Jetté, the PRDH, the Loiselle, the Tanguay etc.. -Faire une requête en cliquant sur le nom du bénévole associé à la paroisse citée. Canadian Genealogy Index 1600s-1900s This database contains over two million records referencing individuals from all regions of Canada, as well as early Alaska. The vast majority of the records fall between 1600 and the mid-to-late 1900s, although some records date before the 1500s. Gleaned during twenty years of research from over one thousand different sources - including city directories, marriage records, land records, census records, and more - this collection of names represents one of the most complete indexes to historical Canadian records available. This index helps you locate a particular individual in a specific time and place. Canada, like the United States, is a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic nation. The families living in the Atlantic provinces of Canada have been intertwined with the families of the New England states since the earliest times. The Canadian Genealogy Index begins primarily with French records, starting in 1604. In 1867, the Confederation united the existing provinces of Canada.

GenealogieQuebec Library & Archives Canada: Ancestors Search Databases Consult the online help page of each database to learn more about the records, the database and how to consult the records. Directory of Resources Births, Marriages and Deaths Census and Enumerations Immigration and Citizenship Land Military People Other Databases Published sources such as books and newspapers are catalogued in this database. ArchiviaNet Many archival records can be searched using this online research tool. CAIN [] The Canadian Archival Information Network (CAIN) provides access to holdings of more than 800 archival institutions across Canada.

Quebec Family History Society Archives Canada In homes, schools and libraries across Canada, people are looking for evidence of what it means to be a Canadian. Archives Canada is a gateway to archival resources found in over 800 repositories across Canada--it's your gateway to Canada's collective memory! Through Archives Canada you can: Search archival holdings across Canada Access Provincial and Territorial Archival Networks View digitized photographs, maps, documents and online exhibits developed around Canada's history Browse digital projects produced through the Archival Community Digitization Program Find contact information for repositories where these resources are held. Archives Canada is an official archival portal maintained by the Canadian Council of Archives (CCA), and is a joint initiative of CCA, the Provincial ? We welcome your feedback.