|Herbert Lake and family, S.S. Montrose, emigrating to Canada. Digital image in possesion of Kathryn Lake Hogan, 2004.|
You know your ancestors came to North America from the Old Country, but you can't find any records. Please join me as I share strategies for searching ship passenger lists, immigration records and border crossing records available on the Internet.
Canadian Ports of Entry: Ship Passenger LIsts, Immigration Records and Border Crossing Records
Date: Tuesday, April 17, 2012
- 9:00 pm Eastern
- 8:00 pm Central
- 7:00 pm Mountain
- 6:00 pm Pacific
- 12:00 noon, Wednesday, April 18 in Australia
- 2:00 pm, Wednesday, April 18 in New Zealand
Experience Level: Intermediate
What You Will Learn:
- Where to find clues to start your search
- Major ports of arrival in Canada
- Detailed information about passenger lists, immigration records and border crossing records
- Where to find these records on the Internet
Who Should Attend:
Anyone with Canadian ancestors
Anyone whose ancestors spent time in Canada
Volunteers and librarians who want to help patrons learn about Canadian family history
Space is limited to 100 seats.
Once you are registered, a confirmation email message will be sent with the details about how to join the webinar. A reminder email will be sent the day of the webinar.
Copyright by Kathryn Lake Hogan, 2012.