Archive CD Books Canada NEWSLETTER #9 - 20 January 2005

Contents:

1  WELCOME

2  WHAT’S IN THE NEWSLETTER

3  NEW CANADIAN RELEASES (3)

4  COMING SOON

5  NEW RELEASES FROM OTHER PARTNERS

     Census of England -  (1 - & 5 parts)

     British books - (18)

     Dutch books. - (still coming)

     USA books - (4)

     Australian books - (14)

6  NEWS & GOSSIP

7  FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY AND OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

8  PREVIOUSLY RELEASED BOOKS

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1  WELCOME:

Happy New Year and welcome to the ninth newsletter from Archive CD Books Canada.  This newsletter will be published whenever we have enough information to make it worth your while reading, but we expect that will mean there will be about one a month.

Remember this Newsletter is published for you so if you think we’re missing something important drop me a line to malcolm@ArchiveCDBooks.ca .

Newsletters work best when they get a good circulation.  We’re doing our best to let people know about it but you could help us along by mentioning it to your genealogy buddies and generally spreading the word.

2  WHAT’S IN THE NEWSLETTER:

An enormous total of 45 new releases in this newsletter!

New releases from Archive CD Books Canada.

New Census and book CDs from the UK.

New railway books from the USA.

News of progress towards listing Dutch books.

New releases from Australia

News Gossip and more.

3  NEW CANADIAN RELEASE:

(To find a book on our web site http://www.archivecdbooks.ca take a note of the catalogue number - or use the “copy” function - go to the web site, click on the “Search Page” link and enter, or “paste,” the number into the “Product Number” box.  Hit “Search” and then “More” and you will be in a position to reread the description or to place your order.  There is frequently more information about the books available on the web site.)

All prices in $Cdn.

* The Ottawa City Directory - 1926

CA0082: $35.00

A very complete and useful directory of Ottawa and Hull for 1926 (which was the year Ottawa celebrated its centennial) and also including the (then) outlying districts.

The directory gives an alphabetical list of all business firms and private citizens; a classified business and a miscellaneous directory; and a complete street guide showing the occupier of every building on every street and the intersecting cross streets.

To quote from the directory’s introduction:

"No other medium on earth can convey so complete and comprehensive an index of the city, its various industries, its business, educational and religious institutions, its social life and its people.  No other medium can tell so fully of its wonderful growth, its opportunities and its possibilities for the future."

A really valuable resource for Ottawa - Hull researchers.

Please see our web site description for the outlying districts included in directory.

*  The Tragic Story of the Empress of Ireland (and other great sea disasters) - 1914

CA0092:  $19.00  Introductory special price of  $13.00

The story of the ill fated Empress of Ireland seems some how to have been largely overshadowed by the similar ill fate of the Titanic but here is a book which not only provides a detailed, contemporary, account of the tragic end of the Empress but also contains an account of the Titanic tragedy with the benefit of the 2 years and 1 1/2 months of perspective, which is the surprisingly brief period separating these two (somewhat similar) marine disasters.

It may be that the Empress' sinking was a Canadian disaster, taking place in Canadian waters and taking the lives of passengers and crew who were mainly Canadian which is the reason that the story has not received the same international attention as that of the Titanic.  Yet in it's proportions, 1,477 passengers, 1,012 of whom were killed, it affected the lives of at least 2/3 as many as that of the sinking of the Titanic.  A huge loss of life for a single peace time disaster.

The book provides survivor lists and death rolls for both the Empress of Ireland and for the Titanic, or it does so for first and second class passengers (various excuses are offered for not listing the third class passengers and the crew.)  We have extracted these lists and made them available on our web site so you can check for your relatives before investing in the CD.

Please see our web site for a more complete description of this book.

* Irish (Canada & USA) Song Books, Erin-go-Bragh & Faugh-A Ballagh -c1873

CA0095:  $19.00  Introductory special price of $13.00

When we were first offered this "old song book" we were uncertain if it would be suitable for our publications.  We finally decided to ask Mary Yeatman Robinson, the book's current custodian, to loan it to us because we could not find any trace it on any of our normal references for old and rare books.

When it arrived and we'd had time to look at it a little harder it became clear that; first it was two separate song books bound together in one home made cover, and that there was no trace of either of them in any of our normal reference sources.  (There are plenty of song books using the same names but none with these collections.)  That, together with their rather advanced state of dilapidation, decided us that what was needed was a rescue mission, not just the normal "copy to make it more available."

"Faugh-a-Ballagh" is the anglicized version of the phrase "Clear the Way" which has long been the war cry of battling Irishmen but has become closely associated with the Royal Irish Fusiliers.  We suspect it is this connection which may have originated these books as the Royal Irish Fusiliers spent a lot of time fighting for the British cause here in North America - both in Canada and in the USA, many of their rank choosing to stay on when their term of service had ended.  Many of the songs in this latter book are clearly the songs of a fighting group and there are a couple of direct references to the military group and the battle of Fredericksburg.

We have made the titles searchable (but not the text.)  If you are proud of your Irish heritage, or just enjoy traditional Irish songs, this is a collection which came close to disappearing forever.

Please see our web site for a more complete description of this book.

4  COMING SOON:

* The Royal Montreal Regiment, 1925 - 1945

Our publication of CA0100, The Royal Montreal Regiment, 14th Battalion C.E.F. 1914-1925 prompted one of our friends to write and offer to loan us the second volume of the Regimental history which covers the period from 1925 to 1945.  We, of course, jumped at the chance and it is the next book scheduled for scanning.  (See the “News and Gossip” for more exciting news on this topic.)

* The Ottawa City Directory - 1909

Yes another one!  We received an e-mail from a friend of Archive CD Books just a day or so ago offering to loan us some books and one was the 1909 Ottawa directory.  We spent almost a year trying to find the first one and a second turns up on almost the same day we publish the first.

We're hoping to be able to keep to our 3 books a month schedule but we haven’t chosen the third candidate for next month yet.

5  NEW RELEASES FROM OTHER PARTNERS:

(All prices in $Cdn.)

CENSUS OF ENGLAND -- NEW RELEASES:

* DORSET 1841 CENSUS REGISTRATION DISTRICTS (full set )

C1841DOR:  $61.50

HO107/277-295

Also available as Individual CDs 01 thru 05 (see our web site for the districts included): $16.10 ea.

BRITISH BOOKS - NEW RELEASES:

*  The History of Taunton

GB1276:  $35.30

A comprehensive history of the town with Chapters covering topics such as, Ancient State of the Town, Account of the Public Buildings and Charitable Institutions of Tauton, Civil Constitution, Trade and Manufactures, Political Transactions occurring in Taunton, Hamlets and finally the "Present State" of the town, which is of course in 1882. Lots of fascinating information about the place and environment in which our ancestors lived. Particularly interesting to family historians will be the chapter on Tauton in the Domesday book. Lots of names and descriptions.

*  The History of Hingham

GB1292:  $16.10

This 50 page book is a must if your ancestors came from Hingham.It includes a descriptive history of the town from it's Saxon origins to 1742. There is an interesting description of the friendly association between the Norfolk town and it's sister town in America, founded by Norfolk emigrants. Plus lists of the Church's incumbents and patrons, rural deans and descriptions of it's repairs, windows and memorials. The book concludes with a list of all those who participated in WW1, that was one in seven of the population.

*  The Ancient History of Shaftesbury

GB1293:  $16.10

This CD contains two small books, the first, The Story of Shaftesbury, gives details about the history of the Abbey and it's more recent excavations. The second and slightly larger book, Ancient History of Shaftesbury, contains a ground plan of the Abbey and more in depth historical detail about the town and Abbey, starting with it's construction around 950 BC. It also includes the Wiltshire Archeological Society's account of its findings in 1861.

*  Kelly's Directory of Sussex 1913

GB1295  $35.30

An incredibly comprehensive directory of every place in the county with descriptions of local history, topography and facilities. The county town of Brighton has a superb street by street directory with names of the heads of households, each and every other town, village or hamlet has a directory of the local tradespeople too. Also included are county-wide directories of private individuals and classified trade.

*  Kelly's Handbook 1892

GB1297:  $31.60

Kelly's handbook to the Titled, Landed and official Classes 1892.  A huge volume with over 1200 pages containing the details of thousands of people from all over Britain, including genealogical, personal, military and career information. Listed alphabetically and fully searchable, this is an easy resource to use.

*  1849 Post Office Directory of Derbyshire

GB1308:  $21.90

An early and very comprehensive Post Office Directory, published by Kelly's.Every place in the county is well described with details of schools, churches, hospitals etc. and directories of the traders there. Also included are a Court directory of private residents, a classified trades directory and a beautiful map of the county

*  1849 Post Office Directory of Leicestershire & Rutland

GB1309:  $21.90

An early and very comprehensive Post Office Directory, published by Kelly's.Every place in the county is well described with details of schools, churches, hospitals etc. and directories of the traders there. Also included are a Court directory of private residents, a classified trades directory and a beautiful map of the counties

Robinson’s 1839 County Directories

Detailed directories of the major towns and villages with the names, address and occupations of their inhabitants. A fantastic resource, especially for those looking for leads in the 1841 census.    

*  Robson's 1839 Directory of Berkshire    

GB1316:  $21.90

*  Robson's 1839 Directory of Cornwall

GB1317:  $21.90

*  Robson's 1839 Directory of Devon

GB1318:  $21.90

*  Robson's 1839 Directory of Dorset

GB1319:  $21.90

*  Robson's 1839 Directory of Gloucestershire

GB1320:  $21.90

*  Robson's 1839 Directory of Hampshire

GB1321:  $21.90

*  Robson's 1839 Directory of Somerset

GB1322:  $21.90

*  Robson's 1839 Directory of Wiltshire

GB1323:  $21.90

*  Robson's 1839 Directory of Guernsey & Jersey

GB1324:  $21.90

*  1849 Post Office Directory of Nottinghamshire

GB1327:  $21.90

An early and very comprehensive Post Office Directory, published by Kelly's.Every place in the county is well described with details of schools, churches, hospitals etc. and directories of the traders there. Also included are a Court directory of private residents, a classified trades directory and a beautiful map of the county.

*  1849 Post Office Directory of Lincolnshire

GB1328:  $21.90

An early and very comprehensive Post Office Directory, published by Kelly's. Every place in the county is well described with details of schools, churches, hospitals etc. and directories of the traders there. Also included are a Court directory of private residents, a classified trades directory and a beautiful map of the county.

USA BOOKS

*  Railroads of the US 1868-9

US0109:  $35.30

Manual of the Railroads of the United States, 1868-9.  Shows, mileage, costs, stocks, bonds, organisations with their rise and progress. Written by Henry Poor. If your ancestors worked on the railroad this book will tell you everything about their job and the way this industry functioned.

*  Poor's Directory of Railway Officials 1888-9

US0110:  $35.30

This book contains an alphabetical list of railways and their officers who held posts in 1888-9. This includes, Presidents and Vice Presidents, Secretaries, Engineers, Auditors and Clerks. So if your ancestor worked for the railway during this time as an official it is likely they will be listed. Not only does it contain lists of the railway officials but also the officials for the street and logging railways, manufacturers, builders and contractors associated with the railways.

*  Railway Officials of America 1893

US0111:  $35.30

421 pages of detailed biographies of people working as Railway Officials in 1893. Example: Abbott, Edwin Hale, President and Assistant Treasurer Wisconsin central Cos. Office Milwaukee, Wis. Born Jan. 26th 1834 at Beverley Mass. Entered Railway service May 1873, since when he has been consecutively to date on Wisconsin central Rd, June 1873 to May 1878, general solicitor and director, May 1878 chosen vice president and trustee, and is now president and treasurer Wisconsin Central Co. Chicago, Milwaukee & Lake Winnebago Rds, Wisconsin & Minnesota.

*  Railway Officials of America 1906

US0112:  $35.30

699 pages of detailed biographies of working and some retired Railway Officials in 1906.Example: Abbott, Edwin Hale, Ex-President and Assistant Treasurer Wisconsin central Cos. Office Milwaukee, Wis. Born Jan. 26th 1834 at Beverley Mass. Entered Railway service May 1873, since when he has been consecutively to date on Wisconsin central Rd, June 1873 to May 1878, general solicitor and director, May 1878 chosen vice president and trustee, and is now president and treasurer Wisconsin Central Co. Chicago, Milwaukee & Lake Winnebago Rds, Wisconsin & Minnesota.

DUTCH BOOKS - COMING SOON

We have a list of 14 books from the Netherlands (including one in the English language) but we are still working on putting them into our on-line catalogue.  Keep looking during the next month for their introduction.

AUSTRALIAN BOOKS

*  The Australian Handbook 1904

AU0101-1904:  $40.50

1012 pages packed with all kinds of useful an interesting information. The outline on the title page gives some idea of its contents and scope: "Australian Handbook (incorporating New Zealand, Fiji, and New Guinea) - Shippers, importers and professional Directory & business guide for 1904, 35th year of issue

The gazetteer alone is worth the purchase price. This covers well over 3000 towns and villages throughout Australia and New Zealand in nearly 300 pages. It gives "particulars as to situation, population, means of communication, hotels, churches, trade, manufactures, etc."  Other features include: many superb maps in colour which enlarge well on screen to show much fine detail not easily read directly from the original. There are maps for each state, most capital cities, each island of New Zealand, Fiji, New Guinea, the World - and a detailed map of London of 100 years ago.  See our web site description for a fuller description of the books contents.

This handbook is a fine guide and handy reference to the world of our ancestors around 100 years ago. The whole 1012 page handbook is searchable on all text, including the numerous advertisements that are part of this volume     

*  Sands Sydney and Suburban Directory for 1875

AU2113-1875:  $35.90

The full title is "Sands Sydney and Suburban Directory for 1875 containing street, alphabetical, trade and professional directory together with a miscellaneous directory of useful information" The directory also includes many pages of advertisements - all useful information, often including names of people and places.  The whole 713 page directory, including most text in the ads, is searchable, useful not only for finding names, but also places, occupations and other information for family and local historians.  High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book.

The Queensland Blue Book  Series:

The Queensland Blue Books give details of people employed in the Queensland Civil Service for the year of publication. After listings of various appointed and elected Government officers and members, the larger part of this volume records appointments by department.  Information generally given for each appointment:  Office; Name; Class under Civil Service Act (Ordinary or Professional); Date of Appointment; By whom Appointed, and under what Instrument; Annual Salary; Date of First Appointment under Government of Queensland or New South Wales.

Detailed Index to Contents:  Please see web site for the rest of this very long description.

*  Queensland Blue Book 1870

AU4102-1870:  $19.10

The whole 69 page volume, is searchable - names, places and any other words.    

*  Queensland Blue Book 1872

AU4102-1872:  $19.10

The whole 70 page volume is searchable - names, places and any other words.    

*  Queensland Blue Book 1873

AU4102-1873:  $19.10

The whole 74 page volume is searchable - names, places and any other words.        

*  Queensland Blue Book 1879

AU4102-1879:  $19.10

The whole 102 page volume is searchable - names, places and any other words.    

*  Queensland Blue Book 1911

AU4102-1911:  $22.70

The whole 180 page volume is searchable - names, places and any other words.    

* Pugh's Almanac and Directory of Queensland 1883

AU4115-1883:  $31.40

Queensland Directories are very hard to come by. This Almanac, Directory and Gazetteer will therefore be particularly useful to researchers with Queensland interests in the 1880s. Like all Pugh's almanacs it contains a wealth of information.  See our web site for a fuller description.

The whole 509 pages are searchable on all text, including the numerous advertisements that are part of this volume.

*  Men of the Time in Australia: Victorian Series

AU7014:  $31.40

An important collection of more than 500 biographies of Victorians and "a number of leading statesmen and colonists who have either been identified with the early history of Australia or are now occupying prominent positions in the adjacent colonies."  See our web site for a fuller description.

The whole 466 page book is searchable - useful not only for finding names, but also places, occupations and other information for family and local historians.

*  The Bendigo Goldfield: Resources of the 'Central Area' - V. Pabst

AU7017:  $26.80

To quote from the Preface: The "Resources of the 'Central Area'" has been written in the hope of assisting mining investors to a fuller understanding of the potentialities of the vast auriferous area known as the Bendigo Goldfield, of which the "Central Area" forms but a small part. The information presented was accumulated during my appointment as mining representative of the Bendigo "Independent." In this period of 9 Ω years, over 1500 inspections were made of the underground workings at all points of the field."After an introduction to the "Resources of the Central Area" this volume deals with 43 mines  See our web site for a list of the mines.  Includes large fold out plan of Leases in the Central Area.  The whole 254 page book is searchable - useful not only for finding names, but also places, occupations and other information for family and local historians.

*  The Gold Fields of Victoria in 1862

AU7020:  $22.30

A comprehensive survey of the Victoria's goldfields in 1862 in response to "two questions ... then occupying a considerable share of public attention in the colony. The first was whether the older fields were showing signs of exhaustion; and the second was the social condition of the miners engaged upon them.  See our web site for a fuller description.

The whole 344 page book is searchable - useful not only for finding names, but also places, occupations and other information for family and local historians.

*  Victoria Police Gazette 1855

AU7103-1855:  $35.90

Police Gazettes kept police throughout Victoria informed on regulations within the Police Force, and police employment etc. For family historians interest is in the numerous references to individual policemen and criminals - and those against whom the offenses occurred, which could have been anyone in community of the day.   Our web site’s description of this book gives several examples extracted from the book.    

*  Victorian Post Office Directory 1904 (Wises)

AU7110-1904:  $54.10

The 1904 edition of Wise's Post Office Directory for Victoria is divided into three main sections: Towns, Alphabetical and Trades and Professions. These three classifications enable the enquirer to see at a glance the Householders or Traders in any one Town; the Business and Address of any resident in the State; and the Firms throughout Victoria engaged in any trade or profession.   Our web site description gives more detail of the contents of the directory. The directory includes many pages of advertisements - all useful information, often including names of people and places.  The whole 2536 page directory, including most text in the ads, is searchable, useful not only for finding names, but also places, occupations and other information for family and local historians.

*  Sands and McDougall's Melbourne and Suburban Directory for 1884

AU7113-1884 :  $45.00

The full title is "Sands and McDougall's Melbourne and Suburban Directory for 1884 containing street, alphabetical, and trade directory Melbourne and suburbs, together with government. official, legal, municipal and miscellaneous information"  A fascinating feature is a Universal Building Societies Supplement which includes 15 pages of architectural house plans of the day - layouts and elevations - with the house price for each.   See our web site description for a fuller description.  The whole 1268 page directory, including most text in the ads, is searchable, useful not only for finding names, but also places, occupations and other information for family and local historians.    

6  NEWS & GOSSIP:

If any of you have genealogy related questions of a general nature - or something specifically related to Archive CD Books - we'd be glad to publish your question in this newsletter to tap into the enormous fund of knowledge which I know is out there.

SEARCH HELP:

We believe that our OCR is second to none!  On the other hand there is no machine which can read our written language as well as a human being.  It’s inevitable that there will be a few OCR errors.  This is particularly true with older and more “experienced” volumes.  We are now including a Search Help feature on our newly published CDs.  It will explain how to make your searches (using Adobe Reader or equivalent) more successful.  The principles of the OCR process are outlined and from that an explanation is given of how the automated reading process interprets what is printed on the page.  This knowledge will help you to formulate your search word and phrases for more successful searching.  A table of characters most likely to be misinterpreted is given.

ROYAL MONTREAL REGIMENT:

As mentioned above our publication of the first volume of the history of the Royal Montreal Regiment moved a friend of Archive CD Books to loan us a copy of the second volume - the publication will be dedicated to the memory of her father, previously a RSM of the Regiment.

We had also sent a complimentary copy of the first volume to commander of the Royal Montreal Regiment.  As a result we have just received an e-mail in which the Regiments commanding officer mentions a third volume which he would like to see published.  We are hopeful that we will shortly be able to announce yet another publication celebrating this famous Regiment.

COMMENTS FROM CUSTOMERS:

"Th ank you for such prompt service.  It is -45°C here today and I am not going anywhere so will have a wonderful time "playing" with my new 1841 census CD ..... it is wonderful to have availability in Canada. I never knew if I would be charged Duty and Taxes or not - and there was no rhyme or reason when I did or didn't!”  Elizabeth, Yukon.

“The CD arrived of the Winslow Papers.  Very pleased with it, thank you so much for this service.

cheers and good wishes”  Patsy.

7  FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY AND OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Family History class at Maple Ridge (BC) library, Starts Sunday January 16th

Start Searching Your Family History

Instructor: Brenda Smith

Location: Maple Ridge Library - Seminar Room

5 Sessions: $100

Sunday Afternoons 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Dates: January 16 & 30, Feb 6 & 20, & Mar 13

Course # 63226

This series of five 3-hour classes addresses each beginning family history researcher's need for guidance in embarking on a very personal journey.

To register phone the Leisure Centre at 604-467-7322 or register online at

www.recreg4u.ca

Programs at Maple Ridge (BC) Library

Local Voices at Maple Ridge Library, 130 - 22470 Dewdney Trunk Road, 604-467-7417

* Fred Braches - January 20, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.

Whonnock historian and Whonnock Community Association web page creator Fred

Braches takes us on a journey of exploration.

* Alan Woodland, February 17,  7:00 to 8:30 p.m.

Historian, poet, and Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Times columnist Alan Woodland

has a unique approach to recording family history.

Upcoming Genealogy Workshops / Orientations-Cloverdale & Semiahmoo Libraries-Surrey (BC).  Jan-April 2005

*  Jan 15-Mar 12  Start Searching Your Family History - a Beginners' Workshop in 5 Lessons

This series of five 3-hour classes, developed by writer and researcher Brenda Smith, addresses each beginning family history researcher's need for guidance in embarking on a very personal journey.   Participants must be able to commit to attending all five sessions.

-Lesson 1: Probe the Past - From the Known to the Unknown

 Saturday, January 15, 2005, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

-Lesson 2: Organize - The Second Prime Directive

 Saturday, January 29, 2005, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

-Lesson 3: Can You Prove That? Verify Your Findings

 Saturday, February 5, 2005, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

-Lesson 4: Right Forest, Wrong Tree: Interpret Your Findings

 Saturday, February 26, 2005, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

-Lesson 5: Plan the Next Research Step

 Saturday, March 12, 2005, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

At the Cloverdale Library, 5642-176A Street, Surrey

Instructor: Brenda Smith, Charge $85 for series

Please pre-register by calling 604-576-1384 (local 303 or 304). Payment is required upon registration.

* Feb 18  Genealogy on the Internet

 Friday, February 18, 2005, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

 At the Semiahmoo Library - Electronic Classroom, #200 - 1815 - 152nd Street, Surrey

Instructor: Jacqui Haines, Charge $10

Please pre-register by calling the Electronic Classroom Manager at 604-501-5855.  Payment is required for registration to be complete.

* Feb 19  Scandinavian Research: advanced level

Saturday, February 19, 2005, 10:30 - 12:30 p.m.

At the Cloverdale Library, 5642-176A Street, Surrey

Instructor: John Herl, Charge $10

Please pre-register by calling 604-576-1384 (local 303 or 304).  Payment is required upon registration.

* March 5  Transferring records/photos on to CD or DVD

Saturday, March 5, 2005, 10:30 - 12:30 p.m.

At the Cloverdale Library, 5642-176A Street, Surrey

Instructor: Bill Overy, Charge $10

Please pre-register by calling 604-576-1384 (local 303 or 304). Payment is required upon registration.

* April 9  Military Research

Saturday, April 9, 2005, 10:30 - 12:30 p.m.

At the Cloverdale Library, 5642-176A Street, Surrey

Instructor: Colin Stevens, Charge $10

Please pre-register by calling 604-576-1384 (local 303 or 304). Payment is required upon registration.

* April 23;  Finding your Female Ancestors

Saturday, April 23, 2005, 10:30 - 12:30 p.m.

At the Cloverdale Library, 5642-176A Street, Surrey

Instructor: Diane Rogers Charge $10

Please pre-register by calling 604-576-1384 (local 303 or 304). Payment is required upon registration.

* Ongoing----Cloverdale Library Genealogical Collection Orientations

The first Saturday of every month,  9:30 - 10:30 am at the Cloverdale Library, 5642 - 176A Street, Surrey.   Free of charge.

Preregistration suggested. If you would like more information, call us at 604-576-1384 (ext. 5)

For more information, see the library's website

http://www.spl.surrey.bc.ca/Programs+and+Services/Genealogy/default.htm

or call the library's genealogy department, 604 576 1384

Don't forget we can help your group to spread the news.  Send us an e-mail.

8  PREVIOUSLY RELEASED BOOKS:

Archives of this newsletter showing all the previous release  announcements are available in the newsletter archive which can be reached  through,

< http:/archivecdbooks.ca/NewsletterArchive.html >

All our newly released books are listed on our web site in the New Releases and Special Offers page.  Go to:

< http://www.archivecdbooks.ca/new.html > for an instant update on our new products.

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