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Three-Day Sale on Canadian Roots

Prices Reduced by up to 20% through 11:59 PM PDT, Thursday, July 11th



For many U.S. genealogy wayfarers, their journey includes a stop in Canada. This is true for persons with and without French-Canadian roots. For example, during the colonial wars for control of North America, Canadians such as the Acadian French of Nova Scotia were banished and compelled to take up new homes in places like New England and Louisiana. Conversely, following England's defeat in the American Revolution, thousands of people who were still loyal to the Crown fled to Canada, sometimes leaving patriot family members behind. During the 1840s and 1850s, many Famine-era Irish emigrants arrived at the port of St. John, New Brunswick, because the fare was cheaper. Some of these same people ultimately joined family members in the U.S. once they had accumulated the necessary funds. Not surprisingly, living along the 3,000-mile border that separates the U.S. from its northern neighbor are innumerable families who share common ancestries as a result of their desire for greater economic, religious, or political freedom--in one country or the other.

If you are currently researching your Canadian ancestors, we have a wonderful array of resources available. The titles range from Angus Baxter's excellent how-to book, "In Search of Your Canadian Roots," to a definitive account of immigration into the Canadian Maritimes by Terrence M. Punch, to George E. Reaman’s study of German-Canadian (mostly Pietistic) settlements. Scroll down to see a sampling of our Canadian publications, but purchase before Thursday, July 11, 11:59 PDT and enjoy substantial savings!

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On-Sale Canadian Titles