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Using Canadian Census Records Kathryn Lake Hogan

Using Canadian Census Records

Kathryn Lake Hogan

Published November 18th 2013
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Kindle Edition
25 pages
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From the first census of colonial New France in 1666 to the 1921 Census of Canada, the population of Canada has been enumerated over a long period of time. Federal and provincial census records can move your research ahead by providing personalMoreFrom the first census of colonial New France in 1666 to the 1921 Census of Canada, the population of Canada has been enumerated over a long period of time. Federal and provincial census records can move your research ahead by providing personal information about your Canadian ancestors such as location, head of household, names of family members, ages, birthdates, marital status, occupation, place of birth, year of immigration, names of neighbours and more. By analyzing the information recorded in census records, important details can be gleaned about our ancestors lives.The Using Canadian Census Records Legacy QuickGuide™ contains useful information to get you started on learning more about these important records.