A daily blog about Canadian genealogy, heritage, and history
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
FamilySearch.org reaches 100,000 mark
FamilySearch has announced a milestone in its collection of Family History Books.
One hundred thousand books have now been scanned by the
partnership of the Family History Library, Allen County Public Library, and
several other important family history libraries in the world.
These books are online and available to search and use on the
FamilySearch.org website. You can reach the collection by clicking Search
and then Books or by simply clicking the link above.
The majority of the books online are family histories, with a
smaller portion made up of cemetery records, local and county histories,
genealogy magazines, and how-to-books, gazetteers, and medieval histories and
These valuable aids are viewed by
more than 100,000 people a month.
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Booklet #1 - The War of 1812: Canada and the United States
The booklet, “The War of 1812: Canada and the United States”, gives a synopsis of the causes of the War, and details the battles that took place (who, where, and when), and which included British forces, Blacks, and Aboriginal warriors who fought on both sides of the conflict.
Booklet #2 – Migration: Canada and the United States
These headings offer good examples of those who came to Canada, or of Canadians who left for the U.S, and why. The booklet gives a synopsis of what records to look for, the books written on the subject, where to find online resources, and a bonus list of some famous Canadians who migrated to the U.S.