Indigenous Enfranchisement Records 1880- 1970 in Canadian Orders in Council (Ottawa)
Title: Indigenous Enfranchisement Records 1880- 1970 in Canadian Orders in Council
Speaker: Joanna Crandell
Details: The names of Indigenous people enfranchised voluntarily and involuntarily by Orders in Council have been indexed and put online to help Canadians trace Indigenous ancestry. The presentation will include an explanation of Indigenous enfranchisement and more details about the information shown on the website at http://www.orderincouncillists.com/205496177.html . We will also discuss the challenges accessing these records from 1970 to 1985, how enfranchisement records can be an access point to Indigenous files held by Library and Archives Canada, and how to search for other Orders in Council.
When: 17 Jun 2023 at 1:00 PM Eastern Time
You are invited to a Hybrid meeting – a chance to network with other genealogists in person or to watch in your jammies. It’s your choice.
We will be live in the City of Ottawa Archives, 100 Tallwood Drive (Room 115). Please bring your “bag” lunch and join us at 12:30 to meet and chat with other local genealogists. You never know what you can learn talking to others. You may even help another family historian! No need to bring dessert as we will have cookies, as well as coffee & tea.
We will also be using Zoom to webcast if you cannot join us in person. Register in advance for this Zoom presentation:
All Ottawa Branch monthly presentations are open to the public at no charge so bring a friend new to genealogy!