Canada

Come and learn about doing research in the Canadian Atlantic Provinces. During part 2 of this series, we will discuss each of the four Atlantic Provinces, key history and background, records available at FamilySearch and their provincial archives, and other key research methodologies specific to each province.
Come and learn about doing research in the Canadian Atlantic Provinces. During part 1 of this series, we will discuss key geography and history for the Atlantic Provinces, the Canada national censuses, national migration issues, and Loyalist and Acadian research tips.
This class will examine record types and key strategies for finding immigration records and the inclusion of Canadian Border Crossings.
Explore successful search tips and learn the difference between United States and the Canadian census. Also, identify where the records and indexes are located.*The website demonstrated at 35:15 has changed in design. The functionality of the website is still the same.*
Learn about Quebec research including what records to search, what they contain, how to access them, and how to be successful even if you do not know French.*The website demonstrated from 28:20-29:55 has been redesigned but has similar functionality.*
Learn about the routes taken and reasons for the emigration from Ireland to the US and Canada before, during, and after the famine. Learn how this movement of people can affect your research, plus what tools and records are available to track your Irish ancestor.
Learn about the routes taken and reasons for the emigration from Ireland to the US and Canada before, during, and after the famine. Learn how this movement of people can affect your research, plus what tools and records are available to track your Irish ancestor.
In this section we will discuss the different ways to find border crossings from Mexico and Canada.