Toronto Branch is pleased to announce that we will be offering three courses as well as a special forum to keep you learning over the winter months.
If you’ve already done a lot of family history research, and are ready to take the plunge and go to print with your work, our half-day course on […]
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Every family historian appreciates the value of maps – they help us not only to pinpoint where our ancestors lived, but to understand their physical surroundings, local landmarks and topography, travel and migration routes, changing administrative boundaries and much more. Many of us have likely already relied on […]