New Books for Family History Research

The following new titles have been added to the collection: Australia in the Great War The Basic Genealogy Checklist Brisbane Diseased Brisbane: Squatters, Settlers and Surveyors DNA for Genealogists Family History on the Cheap Genealogy Basics in 30 Minutes Harnessing the Facebook Generation Help! Historical and Genealogical Truth Historical Research Using British Newspapers Irish Libraries…
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Meet Cedric at State Library Victoria

Have you explored the digitised collections at State Library Victoria?  A number of collections have been curated and can be explored via the Cedric link  here. Collections include: Melbourne Street Directories - 1912-152 Victorian Groundwater records Journal of commerce of Victoria and Melbourne Mufti 1934-2000 Football Record Victorian Historical Journal 1911-2012 Records of Coles Myer…
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Planning a genealogy research trip

  This time last year I was preparing for my study tour – first stop was Who Do You Think You Are Live, a major genealogy conference held in London each year. (Follow my blog posts about it here)  I have just returned from another (personal) trip overseas – hence the hiatus in blog posts.  I hope everyone has a successful…
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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…
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New resources

The following items have been added to the collection: Books South Australian History Sources Deaths from the South Australian Government Gazettes 1845-1941 PROV Lands Guide Your genealogy affects your health Tracing your Baltic, Scandinavian, eastern European and Middle Eastern Ancestry online At home with your Ancestors.com Evidence Explained Digital restoration from start to finish Introduction…
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