Genealogy Book Reviews

We have a great library at the Manitoba Genealogical Society.  Here is a sampling of some interesting books:

DNA for Native American Genealogy by Roberta Estes
Very well documented contains everything you need for researching

Reflections of Lowe Farm 1899-1999 (also included in the Mani index)
The story of John Lowe who immigrated in 1841. Contains 390 pages of pictures and stories of his ancestors

Generation by Generation, a modern approach to the basics of Genealogy by Drew Smith
American based content with a nod to Canada.

The Gaboury Story, an adventure Across North America by David Gaboury
Research of a family from Quebec regions and spanning to other regions including Minnesota, Rhode Island and Western Canada.

St Mary’s Cemetery (complete Perth County Branch and Statford, Ontario)
Divided into sections, indexed
Very large and complete

Family Connections, the 2005 Red River Decendants Reunion
A collection of family Stories

Researching Your Irish Ancestors at Home and Abroad By David R Elliott
Intended as a treasury map to take with you to Ireland on your genealogical quest.

Women of Victorian Sussex By Helena Wojtczak
Talks about their status, occupations and Dealing with the law from Education to Emancipation.

Red River Remembered By Noni Campbell-Horner
A bicentennial Collection of Stories

Letitia Hargrave Mistress of York Factory By Irene Ternier Gordon
From Scotland to York Factory to Sault Ste Marie

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