Research Room News 10 June 2016

New to the Research Room this week are a number of Unlock the Past titles:
down and out

  • Death certificates and archaic medical terms
  • Arrivals in Australia from 1788
  • British and Irish newspapers
  • Buried treasures: What’s in the English Parish Chest
  • Digital imaging essentials: techniques and tips for genealogists and family historians (Australian edition)
  • Discover English census records
  • Discover your sporting ancestors: it was not all work and no play!
  • Down and out in Scotland: researching ancestral crisis
  • Family history research in South Australia
  • Finding ancestors in church records: a brief guide to resources
  • Guide to Baptist historical resources in Australia
  • Guide to convict transportation lists part 1 : 1787-1800
  • Guide to convict transportation lists part 2 : 1801-1812
  • How to write your family history : a guide to creating, planning, editing and publishing family stories
  • Irish family history resources online
  • Migration to New Zealand : a guide for family history researchers
  • My ancestor was in an asylum : a brief guide to asylum records in Australia and New Zealand
  • Nurses and midwives in Australian history: a guide to historical sources
  • Opening the doors to Family Tree Maker: or how to enter your information correctly
  • Researching in German civil and church records
  • ScotlandsPeople: the place to launch your Scottish research
  • That elusive Digger: tracing your Australian military ancestors
  • The ones that got away: tracing elusive ancestors who move into, out from and within Britain
  • The war to end war: tracing your Great War Australian military ancestors
  • Til death us do part: causes of death 1300-1948
  • Tracing mining ancestors: a brief guide to resources in Australia and New Zealand
  • Treasures in Australian Government Gazettes: Government, Police and Education Gazettes
  • Writing and publishing your family history
  • What was the voyage really like?: a brief guide to researching convict and immigrant voyages to Australia and New Zealand
  • War on the Veldt: tracing your Australian military ancestors in the Boer War 1899-1902

These are great, easy to read and easy to understand little publications – and all are available to be borrowed by our members.

 

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