Crossing the international border here. For this section all I'll be doing is basically putting the sites on the list out there & giving a brief overview of what Family Tree Magazine (FTM) has to say. I personally know of no relatives of mine that have lived in Canada. Although, if you need to refrence a map of Canada there's one here.
- Archives of Manitoba - FTM says it has probate records & Hudson Bay Company archives.
- Automated Genealogy - OK not an attractive site as far as aesthetics go. FTM says it has volunteer transcriptions of a few censuses.
- Canadian County Atlas - FTM makes it sound like it only covers Ontario, contrary to what the title suggests.
- Canadian Genealogy Centre - Looks like a place to go for vital records. FTM says that it has many kinds of records: census, naturalization, divorce, etc.
- Images Canada - The first page lets you chose between English & French (YEAH). FTM says that it has photo essays, images from cultural institutions, & "image trails."
- Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statics - FTM says each record is linked to a digital image. That would be nice here in the states.
- Our Roots - FTM says that it has digitized local histories.
- That's My Family - Another site that has you chose between English & French. FTM says it's like Google for Canadian Genealogy. That would make it a Canadian mocovo then.
Best Sites for African-American Roots.
I'll be approaching this part of the list just like the part above.
- AfriGeneas - FTM says that the site has forums, mailing lists, slave record collections, death & marriage records, census schedules, etc.
- AfriQuest - FTM makes it sound like everything on the site is user submitted. Not a bad thing when it comes to leads.
- Afro-Louisiana History & Genealogy, 1719-1820 - According to FTM, it's a database that covers, 100,000 slaves & the research was done by Gwendolyn Hall of Rutgers University.
- Digital Library on American Slavery - FTM says that it's from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro & covers 15 states & the District of Columbia.
- Documenting the American South -
- Low Country Africana -
- USF Africana Heritage Project -
I hope this is helpful to people. I'm going to call it done here. For the complete list for 2010 go here.