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From: "Dubin" <>
Subject: Re: [NS-CB-L] New 1901 Census transcripts from Tony McNeil
Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2002 07:46:21 -0800
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I really appreciate all of Tony's work in the transcripts for 1901. The
only trouble is that they are done in Excel and a lot of us don't have the
ability to open the files. Can anything be done about that?

Kathy.

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From: "Ann Capstick" <>
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Sent: Sunday, November 03, 2002 7:20 AM
Subject: [NS-CB-L] New 1901 Census transcripts from Tony McNeil


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> Several of Tony Mcneil's transcripts of the 1901 census for parts of Cape
> Breton and Inverness Counties are now available for downloading
> from http://www.rootsweb.com/~nscpbret/cbcenndx.html
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> Check the update column to identify new additions. Also added is a link
> to Michele Pottie's transcription of 1901 L'Ardoise.
>
> Ann
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