Canada has long been a story of stitching together various peoples and cultures to form a country. As a land of immigrants, families moved westward. From the Maritimes to British Columbia and the Yukon, people sought farm land, minerals, and timber in hopes of a better life. However, internal migration is only part of this intriguing story.
The flow of cross border migration in and from the United States is the other side of the story. It is common for Canadians to have an American genealogy, and for Americans to have a Canadian genealogy. The flow both ways goes back to the 1770s and 1780s.
Our staff of professionals will create a heirloom book documenting your ancestors. This book will include family photographs, historical documents, along with maps showing the journey and home site of where your ancestors resided.