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What are reference books?
Reference books are those that can provide background information on a topic to help you with your research.
They cannot be borrowed, and must be consulted in the Archives. They are located on the shelves in our reading room.
Books in Our Collection
The War Remembrance Project: City of Sarnia by
This book is a record of the fallen soldiers from the City of Sarnia who served in the Boer War, WWI, WWII, Korean War, and the Afghanistan Peacekeeping Mission. It includes an index for each conflict and a brief biography for each soldier. This is an extremely useful resource and the author has allowed for a pdf version of the book to be made available online. (http://www.lclmg.org/lclmg/Portals/0/War_Remembrance_Project_Sarnia.pdf)
Loyalist Lineages of Canada by
This two volume set is an alphabetized list of United Empire Loyalists who came to Canada as Loyalist to the British Crown during the America Revolution. Entries include dates of birth, marriage, and death, and include spouse and children's names. The index is in the second volume.
They Shall Grow Not Old: A Book of Remembrance by
This book contains brief biographies of Canadians who died in service during World War II. Each entry contains the individual's rank, service number, date of death, burial information, and details surrounding their death.