New Genealogy Books Part 1

The following titles have been added to the collection recently:

  • The surnames of Scotland
  • The clans, septs & regiments of the Scottish highlands
  • Nick Barrett’s Guide to your ancestors lives
  • How to trace your family tree in England, Ireland, Soctland and Wales by Kathy Chater
  • Family photographs 1860-1945 by Robert Pols
  • Fair Game: Australia’s first immigrant women Elizabeth Rushen & Perry McIntyre
  • Social networking for genealogists by Drew Smith
  • Family history on the cheap by Shauna Hicks
  • Dictionary of old trades, titles and occupations by Colin Waters
  • How did they get here? Arrivals after 1924 by Cora Num
  • The census 1801-1911: a guide for the internet era by Stuart A Raymond
  • New cousins: how to trace living descendants of your ancestors by Karen Bali
  • 1,001 life story questions by Bob Mitchell
  • How to publish your own book: secrets for the inside by Stewart Ferris
  • The Merhcant’s women by Elizabeth Rushen and Perry McIntyre
  • The family history project: great stories fro the nation’s family tree
  • The family and Local history handbook 12 (UK)
  • The silent city: a history of the Ballarat General Cemeteries
  • Easy Family history by David Annal
  • Family history on the move by Roger Kershaw and Mark Pearsall
  • The Greatest Genealogy tips in the world by Maureen Vincent-Northam
  • The Oxford Guide to Heraldry by Thomas Woodcock and John Martin Robinson
  • Tasmanian Rogues & Absconders 1803-1875 Volume 2 The Middle Years 1821-1836
  • Modern Memory Keeper: a new approach to scrapbooking your family legacy by Ronee Parsons
  • Tracing your family history: how to get started
  • Creating cards with scrapbook embellishments by Maryjo McGraw
  • Starting out in family History (The National Archives)
  • Oral History Handbook by Beth M Robertson
  • Family History for beginners and beyond (The Heraldry & Genealogy Society of Canberra)
  • The Floating brothel by Sian Rees
  • Reuniting relatives, finding friends: a practical guide to finding people when you’ve lost touch
  • A Dictionary of old trades, titles and occupations by Colin Waters
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