More than seven million people arrived in Canada from Europe, the United States, and Asia between 1815 and 1930.
This talk discusses the wide variety of sources that deal with immigration to Canada, including ship passenger lists (available from 1865 through 1935), border-crossing records, and naturalization and citizenship documents.
The second talk, “Writing Your Family History”, will be held from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. in the Welsh Hall, and touch upon the reason for writing a family history, and how a well-written story will make other family members more interested in the research that you are doing. He will also discuss ideas that will help you get over writer's block.
For more information, visit the West Vancouver Memorial Library at http://www.westvanlibrary.ca/, or write email@example.com.