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The Erie Canal in New York allowed boats from New York City on == Do you Have Editing Rights? ==To edit the Wiki, you must be assigned the Hudson River to reach rural upstate New York Wiki role of editor and page creator. You need only request this once. Once you are an editor and page creator, you will remain so as long as you follow Wiki [[FamilySearch_Wiki:Purpose,_Policies,_and_Procedures|Guidelines and Lake EriePolicies]]. Eventually the Great Lakes were also connected To determine if you currently have editing rights, go to the Ohio River [[Special:ListUsers|User List]] and Mississippi River systems by other canals. As canals developed type in America settlers were attracted to nearby communities because the canals provided access to marketsyour FamilySearch account username. They could sell their products Your user name should appear at distant markets, the top of the list and buy products made far away. If an ancestor settled near a canal, show the Wiki roles assigned to you may be able to trace back to a place of origin on a connecting waterway.
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*Johnpetersmith275 (talk|contribs) (editor, pagecreator) (Created on 4 June 2016 at 7:02)
== Historical Background ==For the example above, this user has editing rights because it states their role as “editor, pagecreator.”
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The construction of == <font color="red">Request to Edit the Erie Canal began in 1817. As more Irish laborers arrived Wiki</font> ==If you are not currently an editor on the pace Wiki ([[Help:Wiki Roles of construction picked up Editor and overcame significant barriers. For example, during summer construction in a marsh, 1,000 workers died of swamp feverPagecreator#Do you Have Editing Rights?|see above]]), so survivors were moved you must request to another part of edit the canal until winter when it was safer to work Wiki. To do so, please fill out this [https://forms.gle/kC56vDgEMWg6Zkor8 form]. You should receive an email within 2 business days regarding your editing status in the frozen marshEnglish Wiki. Sections of the canal opened as follows:
1819 Rome == How to UticaEdit the Wiki ==If you have the editor and pagecreator Wiki roles you can edit the Wiki by signing into FamilySearch; then, clicking on either the Edit tab or Edit source tab. Please visit the Wiki article, [[Help:Editing the Wiki|Editing the Wiki]] for instructions on how to edit the Wiki.
1820 Utica == The Need to SyracuseRequest Editing Rights ==When the FamilySearch Research Wiki began in 2008, anyone with a FamilySearch login could edit and make changes to the Wiki. Because of spamming issues in 2016, FamilySearch Management decided to change editing priviledges to known legitimate users with interests in the further development of the Research Wiki. Thus, in June 2016, new roles were created to the Wiki called, “editor” and “page creator.” Unfortunately, because spammers had numerous Familysearch accounts, there was no way to differentiate a legitimate editor from a spammer until an edit was made. Therefore, it required that everyone who wished to edit the Wiki (including longtime Wiki editors) to make an official request. This was a one-time experience as Wiki roles are '''not''' changed over time.
1823 Brockport == "But I Need Research Help!" ==The very purpose of the Research Wiki is to help people locate their ancestors. The Research Wiki contains:<BR> #Instructions on how to do research #Links to Albany (Champlain Canal connecting online indexes and digital images #If the Hudson River records are not online, how to Lake Champlain was completed at the same time)find them in a genealogical repository
1824 Lockport locksSome instructions on how to search the Wiki to see how it can help you do your genealogy research can be found on the Wiki article, [[Help:Browsing the Wiki|Browsing the Wiki]]. <br>
1825 Onondaga Ridge finishing '''To ask a specific question about an ancestor, we suggest you visit our Research Groups either on FamilySearch Community or FamilySearch Facebook groups. Choose the entire canalcorrect regional research group from this Wiki page, [[FamilySearch Genealogy Research Groups|FamilySearch Genealogy Research Groups]]. In these FamilySearch groups, you can ask questions for research advice or help in your locating your ancestors.'''<br>
The Erie Canal contributed =="How do I fix a problem in Family Tree?"==If you find something incorrect on Family Tree, you can edit the information yourself after logging into the FamilySearch website. If it is not possible for you to fix the wealth and importance of New York Cityproblem, Buffaloyou must [https://familysearch.org/ask/?helpFeedback#/ send Feedback] to FamilySearch by clicking on the link, and New York State[https://familysearch. It increased trade throughout org/ask/?helpFeedback#/ "Feedback"] at the bottom of the nation by opening eastern page. Choose "Problem" and overseas markets describe your Family Tree issue. Once you click on "Send," an email will be sent to Midwestern farm products you with your case number. FamilySearch will contact you with any questions and enabling migration to the West. New ethnic Irish communities formed in towns along let you know when the canal, as Irish immigrants were a large portion of labor force involved in its constructionproblem has been solved.
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Because so many immigrants traveled on the canal, many genealogists would like to find copies of canal passenger lists. Unfortunately, apart from the years 1827-1829, canal boat operators were not required to record or report passenger names to the New York State government. Those 1827-1829 passenger lists survive today in the New York State Archives. Prior to the building of the Erie Canal the settlers in upstate New York were often from New England, especially Vermont. Once the Canal was finished, setters along the canal [[Category:Writing and farther west into Ohio would have reached the Erie Canal from New York City, or from along the Hudson River in New York, or from Vermont via the Champlain Canal. Most of the men who labored to build the Erie Canal were from Ireland and many of them settled near it. ReferencesEditing Wiki Articles]]