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Inexpensive B.C. Research Help
Posted by: MICHELE Date: June 15, 2001 at 16:16:45
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I work for the Vancouver Public Library, Central Branch. This is either the, or the second largest library in Canada. I work part-time as a genealogy researcher, and have a degree in History, and I am a Library Technician. While I am not a genealogist officially I work in the field very much for my own interests and for others. Unfortunately, I cannot do research for free, unless it is something very simple, but I would be a less inexpensive way to go than what genealogist charge! Small fees for copying, searching and time only.
I have access to extensive microfilm, books, histories and stats of the Province. Any birth, death, marriage, criminal, native, treaty etc records that exist I can get to, many with copies of originals I will scan or copy for delivery.

If you have a request, email me with the information you have and what you are looking for. If I find what you need I will send you an estimate to copy and send you the information in whatever format you specify.

Happy hunting!



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