Using Town Reports in Genealogy Research

Beyond serving as a resource for tracing your family history, a town report offers a valuable snapshot of social history over a one-year period. It can provide substantial insights for genealogists, even when direct ancestors are not mentioned. Relatives or neighbors may be documented, and the report offers a unique window into the societal dynamics of the town you or your ancestor were a part of.

The Indian Register

The Indian Register is the official record identifying all Status Indians in Canada. Status Indians are people who are registered with the federal government as Indians, according to the terms of the Indian Act. Status Indians are also known as Registered Indians. Status Indians have certain rights and benefits that are not available to Non-Status …

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Beginning Genealogy

The following items have been compiled to provide our researchers with information on beginning genealogy. Family Tree Guide – Finally a simple way to put your family tree online! Free Genealogy Charts Free Family Tree Chart Free Research Calendar Free Research Extract Free On Line Census Forms Free Correspondence Record Free Family Group Chart Free …

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Obtaining Veteran’s Records

National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) is one of the National Archives and Records Administration’s largest operations. They are a central repository of personnel-related records, both military and civil service. They  provide service to Government agencies, military veterans, former civilian Federal employees, family members, as well as researchers and historians. Access to Records by Veterans, Next-of-Kin, …

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