Salon Normand-Lefaivre 

Our research centre, the Salon Normand-Lefaivre, is located in the Cité francophone of Edmonton. We have three computers and volunteers at your disposal.
For your on-site research, you will have access to more than 1,800 titles in our library.
For an overview of our inventory, please consult the following lists by clicking on the icons:

Acadia and the Acadiens
Alberta community stories
Genealogical Dictionaries
Family Histories The Métis
Historiy of Quebec Baptism, marriages & burial registers Kings Daughter’s & Carignan Soldiers

Our complete inventory
If you did not find what you were looking for in the lists above, you can view the complete inventory of the SGNO library by clicking on the following link: Complete inventory

Online Research

In order to help you in your research, the Society maintains a series of subscriptions to various sites which have vast banks of genealogical information.
Instead of paying all associated registration fees, we suggest you visit the Center where our volunteers can access these sites so that you can further your research.

ANCESTRY. CA : Genealogy, Family Trees, and Family History Records
ANCESTRY. COM :  Genealogy, Family Trees, and Family History Records
BMS 2000: The reference for genealogical research in Quebec and neighboring provinces and states.
GENEALOGY QUEBEC: The Drouin Institute website. The Online Reference for Quebec Genealogy. Over 45 million images. 16 tools covering all of Quebec from the beginning of settlements to today. For over 100 years. Research tools. 43 million records
FAMILY SEARCH AFFILIATE LIBRARY: The SGNO is a FamilySearch Affiliate Library. Visit our Research Center to view even more digital family history collections available on FamilySearch!
GÉNÉANET: Find your ancestors thanks to Geneanet, the first site dedicated to genealogy in Europe! Fill in some information about your family: we search in real time for your family tree among more than 7 billion referenced people.
MES AÏEUX: Simplified genealogy. Easy, reliable, and beautiful.
PRDH: Historical Demography Research Program. The comprehensive site of the French-Canadian genealogy of Quebec before 1850.

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