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The original content for this article was contributed by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies in June 2012. It is an excerpt from their course Research: Alberta Ancestors by Arlene Borgstede. The Institute offers over 200 comprehensive genealogy courses for a fee ($).
Germans from Russia Heritage Society - Alberta Chapter
- Germans from Russia Heritage Society - Alberta Chapter
c/o George Dorscher
247 Huntridge Way North East
Calgary Alberta T2K 4C4
Jewish Genealogical Society of Southern Alberta
- Jewish Genealogical Society of Southern Alberta
1607 90th Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta T2V 4V7
Telephone: (403) 850-4337
This society was formed with the following goals:
- to provide resources to genealogists with ties to Alberta and Canada
- to provide more efficient location of missing Holocaust victims and survivors; hoped-for reunions to promote pride and knowledge of Jewish heritage, past and present
- to cooperate in tracing and advising relatives about rare familial genetic traits
The Northern Alberta Pioneers and Descendants Association
- The Northern Alberta Pioneers and Descendants Association
9430 Scona Road
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 4T3
Telephone: (780) 465-2139
The Northern Alberta Pioneers and Old Timers’ Association dates back to 1894. Over the years they collected historical information and artifacts from Edmonton’s early settlers and eventually turned this collection over to the City of Edmonton where it formed the nucleus of the City Archives and the historical Fort Edmonton site. The writing of biographies of members and their families continued and a two volume publication was the result. These books are available at the City of Edmonton Archives and the Legislative Library. Additional information has been collected and indexes are continually being updated to included new material.
Ukrainian Genealogical and Historical Society of Canada
- Ukrainian Genealogical and Historical Society of Canada
R. R. #2
Cochrane, Alberta T0L 0W0
Telephone: (403) 932-6811
The society was established in 1979 to promote a sense of identity for Canadians who have connections originating in Ukraine and those who have been affected by such origin.
- continuing extracting names from all sources as a resource
- data base maps–pre 1914 large scale for Galicia/Bukovina
- surnames search (for a fee)
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