There are some books that every genealogist researching in Ontario should have access to, either at home or in their local library. Here listed are some titles for you to consider adding to your collection, or that you should be aware of for the potential research value. Many of these books are available through the OGS Store.
- Merriman, Brenda Dougall. Genealogy in Ontario: Searching the records, 3rd edition revised and enlarged. [Toronto, OGS, 1996]. (B / I)
- Douglas, Althea. Here be Dragons, Too!
More Navigational Hazards For the Canadian Family Researcher. [Toronto, OGS, 2000]. (B / I / A)
- Douglas, Althea. Tools of the Trade for Canadian Genealogy:
A Guide for Family Historians in Canada, 2nd edition [Toronto, OGS, 2003]
- Dryden, Jean. Demystifying copyright: A researcher's guide to copyright in Canadian libraries and archives [Toronto, OGS, 2001]
- Gilchrist, J. Brian and Clifford Duxbury Collier. Genealogy and local history to 1900. [Ottawa, Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1996. (I / A)
- Merriman, Brenda Dougall. About genealogical standards of evidence, 2nd edition. [Toronto, OGS, available 2003]. (B / I / A)
- Morton, Desmond, A short history of Canada. (Edmonton, Hurtig Publishers, 2001).