[Fwd: POST OFFICES]
- thought I'd share this note with all. Charlie's suggestion is an
excellent one and I've added a link to the 1906 Census homepage.
I've also reorganized that page slightly so that the District links are
on the right and resources like Post Office, Map, MrSid tips, etc.
appear on the left.
I've also remove dthe bulky left-side navigation now from all 1906
Census pages. It remains on the pages of the rest of the AFHS website.
Hopefully this will make it easier to open several windows
simultaneously and still get a view of the page information that you need.
There are other suggestions to implement - so keep watching. Well, I
guess I should say - keep transcribing!
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Subject: POST OFFICES
Date: Sat, 08 Feb 2003 13:41:59 -0700
From: Charles Aubin <cwaubin@...>
Organization: http://www.3web.net - Absolutely Free Internet Access
To: Rempel Judy <rempel@...>
The Post Office referral was in the CFHCPatronNewsletter and is as
www.archives.ca/02/020109_e.html Make sure people put in the under
slash between 02 and e.html. At the top right click Search the
database. When I used the search it was very jittery. By that I mean
it did not respond the first time or second time but did the third time,
so don't give up. You will get the post office names, the postmaster
history and at the bottom under additional information the location for
this post office (town, village etc.), which is what you are looking
for. Hope this helps.
best reguards Charlie
Judith Rempel, Webster
Alberta Family Histories Society
Canadian Genealogical Projects Register
1906 Census Transcription Centre