The National Institute for Genealogical Studies

LEADERS IN ONLINE GENEALOGY EDUCATION

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What’s New?: Manitoba Ancestors Course Updated

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What’s new at The National Institute? An update to the course Research: Manitoba Ancestors.

Have Manitoba ancestors? This course will help you learn more about the specifics of researching in this area. The course description states:

“Permanent settlement in Manitoba began in the early 1800s. This course will demonstrate how the records the Hudson’s Bay Company, the Dominion, provincial and municipal governments created help the genealogical researcher trace ancestors in Manitoba. Emphasis will be placed on how to access the records and how to use them effectively.

Although the focus will be on the major government and religious records, the course will demonstrate how to supplement these records by using local newspapers, cemetery records, community, school and church histories. Other important resources to be discussed are the collections and programs of genealogical, historical and ethnic societies in Manitoba.”

Check out the Course  page to learn more.

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