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Directories are alphabetical lists of heads of households and addresses. Some directories also give the wife's name and the family's address. Directories can help you locate a family, especially when the family does not appear in the censuses. Many city and county directories from the 1840s to the present are available. For example, the Family History Library has directories for:
|1842-1999||"Annuaires Lovell de Montréal et sa banlieue" includes directories of residents as well as street addresses with all the pages being digitized and available to search online at the website http://bibnum2.bnquebec.ca/bna/lovell/index.html|
|1866–1867||Family History Library film 928171 item 1|
|1888–1889||Family History Library film 934815|
|1915–1916||Family History Library film 928172 items 1–2|
City of Québec
|| Family History Library film 928003 item 2. |
|Includes surrounding cities and counties.|
|1885||Family History Library film 1698149 item 10|
The Family History Library also has:
- Pre-1900 Canadian Directories = La Collection de répertoires d'avant 1900. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1988. (On 4,214 Family History Library fiche. Not available at Family History Centers.) The set includes directories for a number of cities and counties in the province of Québec.
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