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Antoine Roy and Pierre Roy along the St. Lawrence
Antoine Roy and Pierre Roy along the St. Lawrence
Map showing the villages along the St. Lawrence. MouseOver popups on the village names provide pertinent facts on Antoine Roy dit Desjardins and his son Pierre Roy's presence in those villages. 
 
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Eagle Lake Lot Map around 1878
Eagle Lake Lot Map around 1878
The lot layout of the Eagle Lake Township around 1878 map above was scanned from James C. Ouellette's book Eagle Lake, The History of a Lumbering Town in Aroostook County, Maine, page 4 (Note that page is not numbered in the book).

The lot information in the popups is from Road Labor Notes and Returns, 1863-1879 (figure 1.1 as shown by James C. Ouellette on page 28) and Road Labor Notes and… 
 
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Frenchville Township around the 1860s
Frenchville Township around the 1860s
Click the hotspots to display the detail maps. The MouseOver the lots will display a popup on the original owners at the time of the 1844 land survey for the Frenchville Township.  
 
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Haplogroup I Migration
Haplogroup I Migration
Haplogroup I-M253 and I-P218 helped repopulate Europe after the last ice age. Some spread to Western Europe and have high frequencies in Scandinavia 
 
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Map of Joigny
Map of Joigny
Map of the City of Joigny in the Department of Yonne, France (Plan de la ville de Joigny dans le départment de l'Yonne en France) extracted from the Departmental Archives of Yonne online 
 
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Map of l'Île d'Orléans
Map of l'Île d'Orléans
The map above is an extract from la Carte du Gouvernement de Québec, levée en l'année 1709 par les order de Monseigneur le Comte de Pontchartrain, commandeur des orders du Roy, Ministre et secretair d'estat, par le Sieur Catalogne, Lieutenant des Troupes, dressée par Jean Baptiste DeCouagne.

MouseOver popups on lots on the l'Île d'Orléans show where our ancestors lived on the… 
 
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Map of St Louis, Kamouraska
Map of St Louis, Kamouraska
The above map is an extract of the map of the Seigneurie de St Louis de Kamouraska from Kamouraska (1674-1948) by Alexandre Paradis, p.m.e., page 34.

Map of the lots in Kamouraska around 1726. When you MouseOver the lots in the map, a popup will display information on our ancestors who owned land in St Louis de Kamouraska. In Canada the arpent has an official definition of 191.835 English… 
 
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Map of the Old Québec Counties
Map of the Old Québec Counties
If you ever wondered where certain parishes were in the Province of Québec, the above Québec county map extracted from Jeanne Sauve White's Guide to Québec Catholic Parishes and Published Parish Marriage Records and provided by Helen M. Hanson, might shed some light. 
 
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Map of the old seigneuries in Québec
Map of the old seigneuries in Québec
Map of the old seigneuries in Québec in 1790 from The Seigneurs of Old Canada: A Chronicle of New-World Feudalism [Vol. 5 of "The Chronicles of Canada"] as scanned by my cousin, Joan Lozier and posted on her web site
 
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Path of the Thunderbolt (83rd Infantry) Division across Europe in 1944-1945
Path of the Thunderbolt (83rd Infantry) Division across Europe in 1944-1945
Map of the path of the Thunderbolt (83rd Infantry) Division across Europe in 1944-1945 from The Thunderbolt Division, a pamphlet provided by Bernhard Daniels widow, Aunt Rella.