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- American-Canadian Genealogical Society P.O. Box 6478 Manchester, NH 03108-6478
- (603) 622-1554
- [email protected]
The American-Canadian Genealogical Society is a family history society “founded in Manchester, New Hampshire in September 1973 to serve persons interested in ancestral research. Today membership has expanded to include individuals and organizations from all parts of the world.”
They have American-Canadian genealogy records on-site and research available for a fee.
“The ACGS Library maintains the largest resource facility for French-Canadian research in the United States.
“Our primary resources are the parish repertories. We have an extensive collection of repertories for the provinces of Québec, Ontario and New Brunswick as well for the states of New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We have limited resources for Alberta, Manitoba, New York, Louisiana and many other states and provinces. Some of our repertories may be purchased from our catalog.
“Our micro-film & -fiche holdings include Vital Records of New Hampshire to 1900; Vital Records of Vermont 1760-1908; index and registers of births and marriages in Massachusetts 1840-1905; the Loiselle file of Québecois marriages; the Moncton index and registers of Vital Statistics of South Eastern New Brunswick.
“Anthology resources include works by the following authors: Arsenault, Bergeron, Drouin, Jetté, Tanguay, and White.
“Summary of Holdings
- Acadian Records
- City Directories
- Family Genealogies
- History Books
- “How-To” Reference Books
- Jesuit Relations
- Microfilm, Microfiche, & CD’s
- Parish Repertoires – Canada, United States
- Other Reference Books
- Town Reports
- Vital Records”