Library Lines: May and June 2024

Throughout summer, the MGS Resource Centre remains open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10AM to 3PM. Library volunteers, Kerri and Janet, share the periodicals and books from May and June. Visit us to see how these resources can support your research.

New periodicals

The following periodicals were received in May and June over the past couple of months. Members can read more about them in the next issue of Generations.

Received in May

Image of May periodicals

Received in June

Screenshot of periodicals received in June.

New and featured books

The following books were received recently, or they offer useful information that’s worth reminding you about. If you’d like to know more about these books, come down and visit us! Or, you can read about them in our latest Generations issue.

  • My Ancestors Were Londoners: How Can I Find Out More About Them?, 6th edition by Cliff Webb, 2010 (GBI 942.1 WEB)
  • Leaving Ontario: Sources for Tracking Ontario Migrants by Fawne Stratford-Devai, 2008 (ECAN 971.3713 STR3)
  • Missing Patients Research Guide: Manitoba Indigenous Tuberculosis History Project by the Department of History, University of Winnipeg, 2023 (MAN 362.1 MIS)
  • Tracing Your Theatrical Ancestors by Katharine Cockin, 2023 (GEN 792 COC)
  • News Notes from the Hamiota Hustler/Hamiota Herald/Hamiota Echo 1893 – 1922 (MAN 971.27 HAMI NEW)
  • Getting Started in Chinese Genealogy – A Family Historian’s Guide (even if you don’t speak or read Chinese), second edition by Linda Yip, 2022 (GEN 951 YIP)
  • Community and Frontier: A Ukrainian Settlement in the Canadian Parkland by John C. Lehr, 2011 (MAN 971.27 STUA COM)

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