This chapter is enhanced when accompanied by:
The National Archives put out a booklet with the title “TRACING YOUR ANCESTORS in Canada” by Lorraine St-Louis-Harrison and Mary Munk in 2001 (http://www.griffincunningham.net/davis/tracing.pdf) which advises,
“As a general rule, prior to the early to mid-1900s, when provincial authorities became involved in adoptions, children were placed with family, friends or neighbours without documentation by government authorities.”
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