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This week’s crème de la crème – June 21, 2014

The bijoux I discovered this week. Blogs ‘La Fête St. Jean’ and French Canadian Civil Life in 19th Century Michigan by James La Forest on French Canadian Cultural Alliance of the Great Lakes. Translating French words for genealogy research can … Continue reading

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This week’s crème de la crème – June 14, 2014

A few of the bijoux I discovered this week. Blogs The Future of the Canadian Archival Community by John D. Reid on Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections. From Roscommon to Canada by Joe Buggy on Townland of Origin. “They Were Only Farmers” — … Continue reading

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This week’s crème de la crème – June 7, 2014

Some of the bijoux I discovered during the past seven days. Blogs Irish Immigrants in New Brunswick Census 1851 & 1861 by Joe Buggy on Townland of Origin. IGRS launches online 1901 Index to Townlands by Claire Santry on Irish Genealogy … Continue reading

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This week’s crème de la crème — May 31, 2014

Here are some of my favourite bijoux. Blogs What the Hell is a DIT Name? by Tim Firkowski on The Genealogy Assistant: A Family History Detective. Starting Points: Researching Canadian Immigration and Ethnic History by Jan Raska on Canadian Museum … Continue reading

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This week’s crème de la crème

Some of the bijoux I discovered during the past seven days. Blogs PRDH: The Programme de recherche en démographie historique at the Université de Montréal by Dick Eastman on Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter. The Drouin Collection — Microfilmed and Digitized … Continue reading

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This week’s crème de la crème

Some of the bijoux I discovered during the past seven days. Blogs A Study on French Canadian DNA and the Implications for Genetic Genealogy by Kasandra Rose on DNA Genealogy. Mary Mitcheson Clark by Janice Hamilton on Writing Up the Ancestors. … Continue reading

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This week’s crème de la crème

Here are some of the bijoux I discovered during the past seven days. Blogs Library and Archives Canada RG 8, C Series How-To by Ken McKinlay on Family Tree Knots. Problems With 1921 Census Indexing & How To Work Around … Continue reading

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This week’s crème de la crème

Some of the bijoux I discovered. Blogs A Taste of Quebec cookbook: creative French-Canadian cooking by Juliana L’Heureux of The Franco-American Blog, Portland (Maine) Press Herald. Ottawa-Hull Fire of 1900 by Yvonne Demoskoff of Yvonne’s Genealogy Blog. My ancestor was just … Continue reading

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Young and savvy bloggers find genealogy heaven in Canada

“Doing genealogy for Halifax, Nova Scotia has been like a frolic through a genealogical sunny meadow.” That is the opening line in the Young & Savvy Genealogists blog post, Sweet Spots: Halifax, Nova Scotia. I had to keep reading. Two sentences … Continue reading

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Tartan Day — Resources about the Scottish in Quebec

Happy Tartan Day! Today we celebrate our Scottish heritage in Canada where almost five million people claim Scottish ancestry. With this post, I will attempt to generate the same level of enthusiasm that Online resources about the Irish in Quebec did on … Continue reading

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