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  1. The French-Canadian Heritage Society of California (FCHSC) is affiliated with the Southern California Genealogical Society (SCGS) located in Burbank, California. The primary purpose of the FCHSC is to foster an interest in our common French-Canadian, Acadian, and French heritage by researching our ancestors and helping others research theirs. http://www.scgsgenealogy.com/interest-groups/FC-about.html
  2. The Manitoba Genealogical Society Inc. (MGS) is one of ten provincial genealogical organizations that endeavours to promote genealogical research and the writing of family histories. It is a registered charity formed in 1976 and incorporated in 1982. The main objectives of MGS are: To assist researchers in doing their genealogical research. To collect and preserve Manitoba genealogical and historical records/materials. To foster education in genealogical research through Society workshops, seminars and publications. http://mbgenealogy.com/
  3. The Alberta Genealogical Society, Inc. (AGS) is a non-profit organization formed in 1973. Throughout the province there are eleven branches serving local communities in historical awareness, fostering education and publishing material related to Alberta. Individuals from all cultural backgrounds are welcome to join. Review our Branches to see where your nearest locality is. We love to help! http://www.abgenealogy.ca/
  4. Our members have been researching, preserving and publishing their own family histories and that of British Columbia, Canada’s families since 1971. 2016 is our Society’s 45th anniversary (and the 20 year anniversary of our website). Our collective experience and expertise can point you to the best and newest resources on-line and off (not everything is on the Internet) and help you to organize and preserve your family history research, to navigate through confusing documents or contradictory evidence found, and to share your family tree and family stories with others. http://www.bcgs.ca/
  5. Vision of the Ontario Genealogical Society To be recognized as the authority and leader in all aspects of Ontario related family history research, preservation and communication. Mission Statement To encourage, bring together and assist those interested in the pursuit of family history and to preserve our Ontario genealogical heritage. https://ogs.on.ca/
  6. The Vermont French-Canadian Genealogical Society was founded in 1996, and is dedicated to research in French-Canadian ancestry.... Section 1. The purpose of VT-FCGS shall be to: Assist individuals in researching their French-American genealogy. Encourage them to learn more about their rich history. Be a repository for Vermont French-American genealogical and historical data. Promote a high standard of ethics for our membership. http://www.vt-fcgs.org/
  7. About the Society The Society was founded in Manchester, New Hampshire in September 1973 to serve persons interested in ancestral research. Today membership has expanded to include individuals and organizations from all parts of the world. The Society is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, registered with the Secretary of State of New Hampshire. Purpose of ACGS Foster the study of ancestral origins Encourage research into the history of families Foster high standards of ethics for genealogical research Provide a common access by and for individuals of Acadian, French-Canadian and Franco American origin http://acgs.org/about/
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  9. Library and Archives Canada's Genealogy Services consultation room is located on the 3rd floor at 395 Wellington Street in downtown Ottawa, Ontario http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/genealogy/Pages/introduction.aspx
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