Researching Your 20th Century Canadian Ancestors (BONUS webinar for subscribers)

Kathryn Lake Hogan
Dec 21, 2015
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Introduction
2m 00s
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Memories
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Google
1m 39s
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Social Media
3m 58s
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Border Crossing Records
4m 08s
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Naturalization Records
2m 56s
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Military Service Files
6m 55s
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Newspapers
13m 10s
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Directories
4m 25s
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Yearbooks
2m 20s
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Voter's Lists
2m 42s
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Court Records
5m 26s
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Conclusion
1m 14s

About this webinar

Did your parents, grandparents or great-grandparents live most of their lives in 20th century Canada? Finding information after 1939 can be tricky but there are resources available if you know where to look. Discover how you can add the missing details to the lives of your 20th century ancestors and relatives.

About the speaker

About the speaker

​It all started when Kathryn Lake Hogan, UE, PLCGS, was a Girl Guide leader wanting the girls in her group to learn about their heritage. Why not teach them about researching their family history? To do so, Kathryn had to first learn how to resear
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