Archive CD Books Canada partners with Find My Past

There was an announcement today from BCGS’s friend, Malcolm Moody, at Archive CD Books Canada about a new partnership with Find My Past.

Archive CD Books Canada Inc. joins Findmypast to bring Canadian Content online. Manotick, Ontario, August 16, 2013.

Archive CD Books Canada Inc. is proud to announce that it is working with findmypast.com to make the content of a large number of digitized, genealogical, and historical,  documents “on line” for consultation through the excellent data delivery services of Findmypast.com.

The newly available Archive CD Books Canada collection consists of over 200 documents yielding almost 70,000 pages of select information.  “We carefully chose the documents we digitize on the basis of their usefulness to Family Historians, Genealogists, and Historians” says Malcolm Moody, the president of Archive CD Books Canada.  “We believe people will appreciate the care we take to provide accurate, clear, readable, images of every printed page and to hand edit the (invisible) OCRed text to provide researchers with the best chance of finding every occurrence of their searched for words.” Continued Moody, “We also make sure that all illustrations and maps in our source documents are visible in the digitized edition and are included in the correct location, no matter what size they are.”

Archive CD Books Canada and FindMyPast.com are looking forward to continuing to collaborate to enhance and expand this service and to make it available as widely as possible.

About Archive CD Books Canada
The Archive CD Books Project exists to make reproductions of old books, documents and maps available on CD to genealogists and historians, and to cooperate with local libraries, museums and record offices in providing money to renovate old books in their collection, and to donate books to their collections, where they will be preserved for future generations.  The project began in the UK in March 2000, and the Canadian branch was formed during 2003.

Archive CD Books website can be found at http://www.ArchiveCDBooks.ca.  Once there, you can browse their catalogue of over 4,000 digitized documents, all either available for sale or as complimentary downloads, as well as finding out more about the Archive CD Books Project.  For a more immediate and intimate connection, join their Facebook page “Archive CD Books Canada” and keep up with the latest news about Canadian genealogy and other related stories.

About findmypast.com
Findmypast.com, owned by brightsolid, provides complete and relevant records for online family history and genealogy research. Findmypast members worldwide share our passion, and rely on our expertise to help them discover the roots to their family tree. Our accurate search tools and data featuring unique and core U.S., English, Welsh, Scottish, Irish, Australian, New Zealand and now Canadian records, dating back as far as the 7th century, help both professional and budding genealogists find their past.

Findmypast.com works closely with the genealogy community, including local libraries, archives, societies, and other organizations from around the world, to preserve, digitize and provide access to historical records and genealogical publications.

To learn more, visit www.findmypast.com, the findmypast.com blog, Facebook or Twitter.

The collection can be accessed on Findmypaste’ website (subscription site) at:
http://search.findmypast.com/search/canada-documents

Archive CD Books Canada Inc.
President:  Malcolm Moody
PO Box 11. Manotick
Ontario,  K4M 1A2
Canada.
1-888-692-2660 toll free
WEB SITE:  http://www.ArchiveCDBooks.ca
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ArchiveCDBooksCanada

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About DRogers

M. Diane Rogers is a Director and Editor and Co-webmistress of the British Columbia Genealogical Society, teaches genealogy and family history year round, and blogs at CanadaGenealogy, or, Jane's Your Aunt. She's been doing her own family research since the 1980s in Canada, the UK and the United States, Sweden and further afield. She has a lifelong interest in Canadian and women's history and is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Genealogical Speakers Guild and the International Society of Family History Writers and Editors

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