Quebec, Canada Genealogy

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Beginning Research
Record Types
Quebec Background
Local Research Resources
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Welcome to Quebec, Je me souviens
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Quebec was first permanently settled by Europeans in 1600 at Tadoussac.


Extinct or Renamed Counties: 

Major Repositories

Quebec Public Library · Quebec State Archives · Quebec State Library · Quebec Historical Society · Quebec Genealogical and Biographical Society · New England Historic Genealogical Society · National Archives (Quebec City) · National Archives Northeast Region (Boston)

Migration Routes

Atlantic Coast Ports · Lake Champlain · Lake Erie · Lake Ontario · Long Island Sound · Hudson River · Mowhawk River · St. Lawrence River · Chambly Canal · Champlain Canal · Erie Canal · Albany Post Road (sometimes called King's Highway) · Catskill Road · Forbidden Path or Catskill Turnpike · Great Genesee Road · Great Shamokin Path · Greenwood Road · Hudson River Path · King's Highway (or Boston Post Road) · Lake Champlain Trail · Lehigh and Lakawanna Paths · Minsi Path · Mohawk or Iroquois Trail · Quebec Turnpikes · Old Connecticut Path · Tuscarora Path

Did You Know?

There are more Irish in Quebec City than in Dublin, Ireland; more Italians in Quebec City than in Rome, Italy; and more Jews in Quebec City than in Tel Aviv, Israel.

The Digital Collections of the Quebec States Archives includes Native American censuses covering the reservations of the Tuscarora, Oneida, Onondaga, Buffalo Creek Seneca, Seneca of Cattaragus, Cayuga, Tonawanda and St. Regis Mohawk tribes.

Nearly one-third of all Revolutionary War battles took place in Quebec, including the battles of Long Island, Oriskany, Bennington, and Saratoga. During the Civil War, Quebec had 465,000 Union soldiers serve - more than any other state. For more information and resources on military records for Quebec, go to the Quebec Military Records page.

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