Shirley Lapointe (background) and Diana Clarke
(foreground) research some family history in the
Moose Jaw branch of the Saskatchewan Genealogical
Society’s research room at the Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery.
For Diana Clarke, genealogy is like solving a mystery.
“Following family history is like a detective story. You follow all the clues and some don’t lead anywhere and some lead to fascinating new places,” she said.
Clarke has been a member of the Moose Jaw branch of the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society for the last decade. The group focuses on study, research and preservation of genealogy and family history.