Archive Search can carry out archival research for your media projects; we have researched for feature film, television, theatre, writing, web video, museum and exhibition displays.
We have recently worked and appeared on the web based series The Generation Project for Brigham Young University (BYUtv) and provided background research for the television series Missing Pieces for Eyeworks New Zealand Ltd.
Every research assignment is exhaustively researched and documented for its detail, accuracy, and applicability to the project or production.
Contact Archive Search with your research request and have us work for you today.
Archive Search can be found on the conference and lecture circuits throughout the year speaking on a variety of topics to genealogists, family historians and local history societies. Migration, census, using nontraditional sources in research, etc…book us to speak to your group; we can lecture on a prepared topic or tailor a talk specifically to your group’s interest.
Let Archive Search help you with your academic research work, we can expand upon your work with in depth research in major Archives for supporting documentation.
Archive Search has researched migratory movement of Americans from the State of Vermont to early Upper Canada after the American Revolution of 1776, resulting in a lecture at the Ontario Genealogical Society’s Colloquium in 2010.
Further work is under way in the migration of families from eastern Ontario to the American state of Northern Dakota in the latter half of the 19th century.
Send us your details and we will devise a plan of research.