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Those lists are at the National Archives and Records Administration in
Washington, DC, and at its Regional Archives located throughout the country.
They are also available on microfilm at the Family History Library in Salt Lake
City, and ...
The Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress has microfilm or photostat
copies of many of the Colonial Office documents, as does the National Archives
of Canada. Published documents and sources are available in large libraries in ...
National Archives of Canada 1, 4, 32-35, 50, 65, 79 National Library of Canada
35 naturalization records 32-33 published guides to archival sources 25, 34, 36,
49 published guides to immigration 30-31 U.S.-Canadian boundary 34 Canada ...
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Genealogical research in England's Public Record Office: a guide for North AmericansUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Library of Congress reference librarian and LJ reviewer Reid provides a thorough guide for North Americans wishing to investigate genealogical or historical information in the Public Record Office ... Read full review
WHEN TO USE THE PRO AND WHY
A GUIDE TO THE PROS FACILITIES
USING THE PRO FINDING AIDS
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