For over fifty years, The Ontario Genealogical Society has been working to encourage, bring together, and assist people interested in the pursuit of family history, and the society is recognized as the authority and leader in all aspects of Ontario-related family history research, preservation, and communication. This special twelve-book bundle collects 12 titles that will be a delight and an invaluable resource for genealogical researchers and for people researching their own family histories.
The titles range from guides on genealogy and the law, including inheritance, to guides that assist in research and in publishing a family history, to more specific texts that detail research in specific areas such as Irish family history and early Toronto. This collection is essential reading for anyone interested in pursuing genealogical research in Ontario.
- A Better Place
- A Call to the Colours
- Conserving, Preserving, and Restoring Your Heritage
- Crime and Punishment in Upper Canada
- Education and Ontario Family History
- Genealogical Standards of Evidence
- Genealogy and the Law in Canada
- Inheritance in Ontario
- Publish Your Family History
- Researching Your Irish Ancestors at Home and Abroad
- Time Traveller’s Handbook
- York’s Sacrifice
|Publisher:||ONTARIO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY|
|Series:||Genealogist's Reference Shelf|
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About the Author
Jane E. MacNamara is a long-time member of the Ontario Genealogical Society. She speaks about family history to groups throughout Ontario. She is the organizer of Genealogy Summer Camp, a program attracting out-of-town researchers to Toronto for a week of tutorials and research. Jane lives in Toronto.
Janice Nickerson is a professional genealogist who specializes in Upper Canadian history. She provided behind-the-scenes research for the CBC Television program Who Do You Think You Are? and is a regular contributor to Family Chronicle, Internet Genealogy, and Your Family Tree magazines. Janice is also the author of Crime and Punishment in Upper Canada. She lives in Toronto.
Althea Douglas has written numerous articles on genealogy, Canadian local history, and heritage conservation. Her previous books include Tools of the Trade for Canadian Genealogists, Help! I've Inherited an Attic Full of History, and Here Be Dragons: Navigational Hazards for the Canadian Family Researcher. She lives in Ottawa.
Dr. Margaret Ann Wilkinson is a Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Ontario. Her doctoral dissertation on personal data protection law won an award from the American Society for Information Science. Dr. Wilkinson has researched, taught, written, and spoken widely in the areas of intellectual property, information law, and the professions. She lives in London, Ontario.
Susan Yates has worked in book publishing since 1978. She has been employed in a variety of publishing and sales positions in which she has produced many books of all types. Now a full-time publishing consultant, she lives in Toronto.
David R. Elliott is a retired professor of Canadian and European history and the author of three previous books. He has operated a genealogical research company, Kinfolk Finders, for ten years. As well as lecturing on Irish research he has indexed Irish cemeteries, parish registers, and poor law union registers. Dr. Elliott is past-chair of the London/Middlesex branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society and vice-chair of the OGS Irish Special Interest Group. He lives in Parkhill, ON.
Marian Press is a librarian at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. She teaches online courses for the National Genealogical Institute, is a frequent speaker at genealogical conferences, and is a regular contributor to Internet Genealogy, Family Chronicle, and Discovering Family History. She lives in Toronto.
Brenda Dougall Merriman, Certified Genealogist (CG), is the author of Genealogy in Ontario and United Empire Loyalists: A Guide to Tracing Loyalist Ancestors in Upper Canada. A member of the Ontario Genealogical Society since 1970, she founded the Ontario Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists. She lives in Toronto.
Susan Smart worked for many years as a project manager in the information technology field. She is an active volunteer with the Ontario Genealogical Society, was project coordinator and editor of Index to the Upper Canada Land Books, and is the co-author of Using Forms for Canadian Genealogical Research. Susan lives in Markham, Ontario.
Ken Cox is a retired elementary school principal who has been collecting military memorabilia since he was a teenager. He lives in Toronto.
Kennis has a master of art conservation from Queen's University and a master of art history and mater of museum studies from Syracuse University. She has worked for the National Art Gallery, Ottawa; the Museum of Fine Art, Boston; and the Textile Conservation Workshop, South Salem, New York. She lives in Toronto.