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Public Archives 2014 Almanac and Miscellany Celebrating 1864: A Look at Prince Edward Island in the Year of the Charlottetown Conference
The, Public Archives 2014 Almanac and Miscellany Celebrating 1864: A Look at Prince Edward Island in the Year of the Charlottetown Conference, was designed to celebrate Prince Edward Island and the historic Charlottetown Conference in 1864. Every month explores a different theme in Island life...
The cover of the Public Archives 2014 Almanac Public Archives 2014 Almanac, Th, e Public Archives 2014 Almanac and Miscellany Celebrating 1864: A Look at Prince Edward Island in the Year of the Charlottetown Conference, was designed to celebrate Prince Edward Island and the historic Charlottetown...
Our Island communities have fascinating stories to tell of life in Canada's smallest province. The following guide offers some general tips as well as suggestions for sources at the Public Archives and the wider community that may be of interest to your research. , General tips, Allow plenty...
This guide outlines some useful resources for researching an historic home or building in Prince Edward Island. Each source has been annotated providing geographical areas, dates of material, and the type of information included. It includes printed materials on the styles and history of...
Prince Edward Island’s built heritage is an evocative symbol of our past. Historic churches, houses, and businesses speak to more than just the day-to-day; they give a sense of how those who came before us saw themselves, what they valued, and how they hoped to be remembered. An ever-increasing...
An annotated introductory guide to sources for Heritage Fairs
The Public Archives has plenty of material that can be used in school projects and classroom teaching. Some of these resources are highlighted below., Online exhibits, The online exhibits provide a great introduction to a variety of topics in Island history such as immigration, lighthouses, the...
Unless otherwise stated, all materials on Public Archives and Records Office pages are owned by the Public Archives, are in the public domain, or the Public Archives and Records Office has obtained permission to use the materials on the website. The materials on this site are protected by the,...
The Public Archives and Records Office has a large collection of genealogical material including primary sources, finding aids, and indexes. Some of the major resources are listed below. If you are new to genealogy, Tracing Your Family History in PEI has tips to help you get started., The Master...
Have you ever wondered where your ancestors came from? Do you know when, why, and how they came to Prince Edward Island? Are you interested in learning more about your family history but don’t know where to start? This guide offers some basic tips to help you get started and point you towards...