More OGS conference presentation recordings

As of 8 pm on Tuesday evening, the recordings available are:

OnLand and FamilySearch: Best Friends for Land Registry Records, by Jane E. MacNamara

Obituaries as Priceless Genealogy Resources, by Daniel Horowitz

Loyalist History through Early Ontario Cemeteries, by
Stuart Lyall Manson

Using Oral Histories in Your Genealogical Research, by
David Ryan

Why Did Our Ancestors move between Canada and USA?, by Gordon L. McBean

Telling the Stories that Matter, by Rick Voight, Vivid-Pix

Second World War British Migrants to Canada, by John D. Reid

Wanted Dead or Alive:  Peter Loucks UE (?), by Chuck Buckley

Researching the Bluebirds: On the Trail of the Canadian Nursing Sisters, by Melanie Morin-Pelletier

Prison and Court Records, by Andrea Lister

Researching Canadian Farmers: Your Ancestor was not Just a Farmer, by Jean Hibben

What You Don’t Know about the Canadian Census (Ontario Focus), by Janice Nickerson

Photo Album Mysteries Unveiled, by Debra Honor UE

If I Only Knew Then What I know Now! Doing Genealogy the Right Way, by Daniel Horowitz

Understanding the Past – To Improve Our Future, by Paul Barber

Jewish Canadians in the Spanish Civil War, by Michael Petrou

Let Your Fingers Do the Walking – Favourite Online Resources, by Diane Richard

Natural Phenomena and Their Effects on the Lives of Our Ancestors, by Wayne Shepheard

Mohawk Participant in the War of 1812, by Eric Pouliot-Thisdale

Genetic Genealogy: DNA Testing, Tools & Tips, by Ben Dawson

The Art of Slow Genealogy, by Tara Shymanski

Researching a Soldier of the Great War, by Ken McKinlay.

Just seven more to come!

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