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First Nations, French Canadians & Acadians

Family Tree Magazine 40 Best Genealogy Blogs – A Canadian Family Nominated

Family Tree Magazine just published the list of finalists for The Family Tree 40 Best Genealogy Blogs and I was astounded to learn that A Canadian Family has made the list in the Personal/Family blog category!  Thank you so, so much to those of you who made the decision – and took the time – to nominate A Canadian Family for this award. Regardless of the final outcome, I’m both honoured and grateful to have been included among all the other nominees. Now, the next round has begun and you can vote for your favourite blogs at:

40 Best Genealogy Blogs

This time around there are categories. If you’re voting for A Canadian Family you’ll find it in the  Personal/Family section, but I’m sure you can find favourites in all the categories. On a last note. I’m not crazy about this part but apparently you can vote as many times as you wish. So if this is something that amuses you, then follow the advice of Al Capone and:

Vote Early And Vote Often!

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Vintage Postcards: Quebec City, St-Joseph Street (pre-1916) Links Restored

This is a historic image of bustling St.Joseph Street (Quebec City) in the early twentieth century.

Quebec City St.Joseph

I love this postcard because it shows clothing from the turn of the twentieth century. Continue reading

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Carver m. Kerrigan | Evelyn in Montreal

D. Stewart had a query about her Carvers who lived in Cote St-Paul in Montreal at the turn of the twentieth century.

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