Digitell Legacy Productions Links
A new link suggested by Librarian Eva Russell and her budding genealogists https://www.mapcon.com/us-en/genealogy-software-and-resources.
Saskatchewan Genealogical Society's http://www.saskgenealogy.com home page has numerous links including a cemetery index. Their own favourites http://www.saskgenealogy.com/general/sgs_links.htm include some major Canadian links. The Books of Remembrance http://collections.ic.gc.ca/books/ contain the names of Canadians who fought in wars and died either during or after them.
Please visit the Post 1901 Census Project at http://www.globalgenealogy.com/Census/ and see if you can help open the door to Canada's Historic Census.
If you are considering purchasing a genealogy program the Genealogy Software Springboard http://www.gensoftsb.com/ offers reviews and links.
For genealogy, we use Reunion http://www.leisterpro.com/ for Mac. It is a great program and the Reunion Player performs superbly within our interactive family history.
Legacy is a
free genealogy program for PCs available for download at http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/.
is a superbly categorized and cross-referenced genealogical site. For document
and photo preservation see http://www.cyndislist.com/preservation.htm.
Fortunately, my search for archival quality products has ended. Creative Memories
is on the web at http://www.creativememories.com
or search out your local consultant.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) collects and shares its genealogy with everyone at http://www.familysearch.org. Many LDS churches have Family History Centers with great resources (human and material) that are open to the public for genealogical research.
a wonderful genealogical magazine, serves a North American readership.
Check at http://www.amazon.com/for
these and other genealogy books:
Family Tree Illustration http://www.genealogyillustration.com/ creates a highly personalized graphic of your family tree. Their heirloom quality descendant charts are suitable to hand down to generations to come.
We have provided web training for a talented local artist pamduncombe.com. She does historical and Native art and wildlife as well as comissions.