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Links 1 through 10 of 844 CALGARYPUBLICLIBRARYFAVORITES's Bookmarks

Includes information on finding cemeteries and pre-census population listings.

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Canada’s national bank of official geographical names.

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Saskatoon Public Library’s Index for obituaries in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix from 1946 to the present.

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The Beltline has eleven decades of history and building from every one them are still here. In fact, most of Calgary’s heritage sites are in the Beltline.

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This all-name index contains all of the names that appear throughout the pages of selected Alberta local history books held in Edmonton by the Alberta Genealogical Society and the AGS Edmonton Branch library.

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Irish Genealogy from the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. The site includes tips for researching Irish genealogy as well as an integrated search engine that allows you to search census, church and land records.

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This tutorial from the National Archives provides an introduction to Latin for genealogists and researchers

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Palaeography is the study of old handwriting. This web tutorial will help you learn to read the handwriting found in documents written in English between 1500 and 1800.

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When Veterans Affairs was notified of the death of a First World War veteran, a death card was created. These cards have been digitized and can be viewed at this site. You can move through the images one by one, or skip ahead by entering a new page (image) number in the page navigation box. There is no ability to search the records by name, although the images have been arranged in alphabetic ranges. For more information about the collection, click on the Help link in the upper right hand corner of the page.

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