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  1. A Family Historians Guide To Illness, Disease & Death Certificates; Elizabeth Briggs 1993
  2. A Genealogist’s Guide To Discovering Your Female Ancestors: Special Strategies For Uncovering Hard To Find Information About Your Female Lineage; Sharon DeBartolo Carmack
  3. A Guide To the Collections of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario; Nick G. Forte 1992
  4. About Genealogical Standards of Evidence: A Guide For Genealogists; Brenda Merriman 1997
  5. Access To Ancestry: A Genealogical Resource Manual For Canadians Tracing Their Heritage; Elizabeth Briggs 1995
  6. Ask Lots of Questions, Get Lots of Answers; Louise J. St Denis
  7. Before Modern Medicine: Diseases & Yesterday's Remedies, Using Documents From the Hudson's Bay Company Archives, the Provincial Archives of Manitoba & the National Archives of Canada; Elizabeth Briggs & Colin J. Briggs 1998
  8. Bibliography of Canadian Bibliographies; Ernie Ingles, Gordon R. Adshead 1994
  9. Biographical Resources At the Hudson's Bay Archives; Elizabeth Brigg & Anne Morton 1996
  10. Books You Need To Do Genealogy in Ontario: An Annotated Bibliography; Ryan Taylor 1996
  11. Canadian Family History Research in the 21st Century, Lessons, Links & Resources; Fawne Stratford-Devai
  12. Canadian Railway Records: A Guide For Genealogists; Althea Douglas & J. Creighton Douglas 1994
  13. Citation and Analysis for the Family Historian; Elizabeth Shown Mills
  14. Creating A Family Web Site Can Be Fun & Easy; Marian Press, MLS, M.A.
  15. Dating Old Photographs; Halvor Moorshead, editor
  16. Demystifying Copyright: A Researcher’s Guide To Copyright in Canadian Libraries and Archives; Jean Dryden 2001
  17. Family Chronicle's Dating Old Photographs;
  18. Family Photographs 1860–1945; Robert Pols
  19. Family Tree Detective: Cracking the Case of Your Family's Story, The; Ann Douglas, illustrated by Stephen MacEachern
  20. Finding Your Canadian Ancestors; Doris Bourrie, CGRS
  21. Genealogist's Journal, The; Susan Smart
  22. Genealogist’s Internet, 2nd Expanded Ed., The; Peter Christian
  23. Genealogy and Canadian Law; Jean Dryden, MLS, CRM
  24. Genealogy For the Novice; Phillip Day 1995
  25. Genealogy in Ontario: Searching the Records; Brenda Dougall Merriman Revised Third Edition, 2002
  26. Genealogy Online; Elizabeth Powell Crowe
  27. Genes in Your Genealogy; Sherilyn Bell, BSc
  28. Guide To Family History Research in the Archival Repositories of the United Church of Canada; Compiled by the United Church Committee on Archives and History 1996
  29. Handbook For Reading & Interpreting Old Documents: With Examples From the Hudson's Bay Company Archives; Elizabeth Briggs 1992
  30. Help! I've Inherited An Attic Full of History; Althea Douglas, MA, CG (C), UE
  31. Here Be Dragons! Navigating the Hazards Found in Canadian Family Research; Althea Douglas 1996
  32. Here Be Dragons, Too! More Navigational the Hazards For the Canadian Family Researcher; Althea Douglas
  33. Hidden Sources: Family History in Unlikely Places; Laura Szucs Pfeiffer
  34. How Do I Prove It?; Penelope Christensen, Ph.D.
  35. How To Research Almost Anything: A Canadian Guide For Students, Consumers and Business; Stephen Overbury and Susanna Buenaventura
  36. Important Genealogical Collections in Ontario Archives and Libraries; Ryan Taylor 1994
  37. Introduction To Family Research History: Basic Genealogy Research: A Handbook For the Beginner in Family Tracing; Jack Coursey 1995
  38. Introduction To Genealogy; Halvor Moorshead, editor
  39. Migration Patterns in Canada; Edward Smith, Ph.D.
  40. Names in Genealogy: Their Origin & Meaning; Penelope Christensen, Ph.D.
  41. Ontario Genealogy For Beginners; Ruth M. Burkholder 1999
  42. Ontario Land Registry Office Records: A Research Guide; Fawne Stratford-Devai & Ruth Burkholder
  43. Organizing the Mountains of Paper; Louise St Denis
  44. Planting Your Family Tree Online; Cyndi Howells
  45. Reference Sources For Canadian Genealogy; Mary Bond 1995
  46. Research At Family History Centers; Penelope Christensen, Ph.D.
  47. Researching Canadian Archival Centres; Ryan Taylor
  48. Researching Canadian Census Records; Doris Bourrie, CGRS
  49. Researching Canadian Land Records; Sharon L. Murphy
  50. Researching Canadian Newspaper Records; Ryan Taylor
  51. Researching Canadian Religious Records; Ryan Taylor
  52. Researching Canadian Uncommon Sources; Michelle Purcell
  53. Researching Canadian Vital Statistics Records; Sharon L. Murphy
  54. Researching Canadian Wills Estates; Ronnie MacCarl
  55. Researching Your Family Tree: A Beginner's Guide From the Toronto Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society; Diane E. Clendenan & Jane E. Thompson with assistance of Ruth Burkholder 1993
  56. Routes To Roots; Ryan Taylor
  57. Search Manual For Adoptees and Birth Relatives; Adoption Community Outreach Project
  58. Sleuth Book For Genealogists: Strategies For More Successful Family History Research, The; Emily Anne Croom
  59. The Organized Family Historian; Ann Carter Fleming
  60. Tools of the Trade For Canadian Genealogy; Althea Douglas
  61. Tracing Your Ancestors in Canada; Lorraine St-Louis Harrison & Mary Munk
  62. Unpuzzling Your Past Workbook: Essential Forms and Letters For All Genealogists, The; Emily Anne Croom
  63. Vital Records in Ontario Before 1869, A Research Guide; Fawne Stratford-Devai and Ruth Burkholder
  64. What Did They Do?; Penelope Christensen, Ph.D.
  65. What Did They Mean By That: A Dictionary of Historical Terms For Genealogists; Paul Drake 1994
  66. Write It Down; 1994
  67. Your Name: Trace Your Own Genealogy; Rev. James McGivern 1970's

         
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Emigration Records
    To the Red River Valley
    Migration: Out of Ontario
Immigration Records
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    Migration: Into Ontario
    Ships Lists
    Petworth Emigration Scheme
    WANTED: Settlers
Land Records
    Maps
Marriage Records
Military Records
    Military Actions
    UE Loyalists: What? Who Were They?
Miscellany
    Black History
    Books
    Directories
    Mental Health Records
    How Gender Influences Work on Wolfe Island, Frontenac Co. Ontario
    Languages In Ontario
    Population
    Newspapers
    Ontario Newspapers: Past and Present
    Ten Ontario Research Tips

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