Author: Lucie Bettez
Lucie Bettez holds a Master Degree in History from Université du Québec à Montréal. Her fields of specialization include: women’s history, industrial heritage, the military from the social and cultural points of view and education. The historical period range from around 1850 to the Quiet Revolution and the territory covers Quebec and Canada. Ms. Bettez is presently the commissioner for the exhibit MOCO : The fabric of a city at the MUSO in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Qc.

Personal archives. What to keep?

Personal archives bear witness to moments of our lives, our memory and in some cases they constitute evidence in support of our rights.

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Corporate or Organizational Genealogy

Corporate or organizational genealogy includes data on the progress of your establishment arranged as bullet points. Just as the personal family tree, it contains points of reference marking important dates…

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Personal History and Genealogy

With all the TV shows and the growing number of Internet sites, we have to admit that Quebeckers seem to have developed a certain fascination with genealogy and family history. It is natural for humans to want to know where they come from, establish parentage et fill holes from their past. But where to start?

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