History & Genealogy 2011: Australia & New Zealand

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  • 66 articles
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  • approx 304 pages
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Articles

AUSTRALIA

  • Biographical Database of Australia - Carol Baxter
  • Flours mills and milling in SA - Bernard Arnold *
  • The Salvation Army Heritage Centre - Lindsay Cox *
  • Taking a lead from government & police gazettes - Vicki Eldridge
  • Using newspapers in family history research - Kerry Farmer
  • Using religious archives and church publications for family history - Shauna Hicks
  • The bombing of Broome: challenging the official history - Peter Ingman *
  • The Military Historical Society of Australia - Andrew Kilsby *
  • Findmypast Australasia - Rosemary Kopittke *
  • Just teachers? - Rosemary Kopittke *
  • Our Irish vanguard - Cassie Mercer *
  • Australian BDMs - Allan Murrin
  • The Huguenots - Robert Nash *
  • Government and police gazettes: unlocking a major untapped resource - Alan Phillips
  • Jewish research in Australia - Kim Phillips *
  • A whiff of scandal - Anita Payne
  • Windsor's warring medical men - Lois Sabine *
  • The story of circus in Australia - Mark St Leon *
  • The crinoline the cloak and the Aboriginal belle - Leigh Summers *

AUSTRALIAN STATES

  • Flours mills and milling in SA - Bernard Arnold *
  • Who were the Enrolled Pensioner Guards ? - Ian Barnes *
  • The Salvation Army Heritage Centre - Lindsay Cox *
  • In search of Fred and Alfred: convict jewellers in Western Australia - Dorothy Ericson
  • The Huguenot Society of South Australia Inc. - Hazel Gray
  • Heritage tourism in the North - Shauna Hicks
  • The bombing of Broome: challenging the official history - Peter Ingman *
  • South Australian research - Graham Jaunay
  • Just teachers? - Rosemary Kopittke *
  • Finding your Western Australian ancestors: a brief guide to online records - Mike Murray
  • Researching Hawkesbury families - Michelle Nichols
  • Records of mental hospitals in South Australia - Andrew Peake
  • Wills and probate records Victoria - Eleanor Pugsley
  • Road parties and iron gangs and the Great North Road - Elizabeth Roberts
  • Windsor's warring medical men - Lois Sabine *
  • The “distressed cotton operatives” immigration scheme - Helen Smith
  • Queensland pioneer families—1859-1901 - Pauline Williams
  • Finding Laurence Ryland … or not! - Susie Zada

NEW ZEALAND

  • National Army Museum - NZ Army Museum *
  • New Zealand Family History Network - Robert Barnes
  • Immigration to New Zealand - Christine Clement
  • NZ websites to get you up and running - Jan Gow *
  • New Zealand birth, death and marriage historical records - Jan Gow
  • Researching family history at Auckland Research Centre - Seonaid Lewis

OTHER COUNTRIES

  • Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913 - Findmypast
  • Findmypast.co.uk – what’s available and what’s coming soon? - Findmypast *
  • Internet resources for German research - Eric Kopittke *
  • Our Irish vanguard - Cassie Mercer *
  • Census records from colonial India - Sylvia Murphy
  • The Huguenots - Robert Nash *
  • National Wills Index - Origins Network *
  • UK census returns - Jeremy Palmer
  • Tracing your British First World War soldier - Jeremy Palmer *
  • Jewish research in Australia - Kim Phillips *
  • Getting started with Scottish ancestry - Chris Paton
  • Researching Scottish death records - Chris Paton
  • TheGenealogist.co.uk - UK Genealogist *

GENERAL SUBJECTS

  • Tips for the time poor! - Megan Gibson
  • Writing your family history - Noeline Kyle
  • A three generation family passion for oral history and why we have to digitise our audio tapes A.S.A.P. - Trish Levido
  • Maps for historians - Marie Morden
  • How to achieve a unique family interview - Annie Payne
  • Your family treasure chest: saving important family documents - Annie Payne
  • One name and one place studies: what help are they to me? - Helen Smith
  • The story of circus in Australia - Mark St Leon *
  • The crinoline the cloak and the Aboriginal belle - Leigh Summers *
  • Printing your family history - David Sweeney
  • National Institute for Genealogical Studies - Brenda Wheeler *
  • Just keep digging: … examining sources in local history - Ian Willis

MILITARY

  • Medical war during the 3rd battle of Ypres - Ron Austin
  • A trooper’s war - Ron Austin
  • Who were the Enrolled Pensioner Guards ? - Ian Barnes *
  • The bombing of Broome: challenging the official history - Peter Ingman *
  • The Military Historical Society of Australia - Andrew Kilsby *
  • National Army Museum - NZ Army Museum *
  • Tracing your British First World War soldier - Jeremy Palmer *
  • Reflections on our ANZAC Heritage - Neil Smith

COMPUTERS and INTERNET

  • Choosing the right software - Kerry Farmer
  • Findmypast.co.uk – what’s available and what’s coming soon? - Findmypast *
  • Ten Websites you can’t live without … when tracing your Australian family history - Heather Garnsey
  • NZ websites to get you up and running - Jan Gow *
  • The story of MyHeritage - Kim Heras
  • Using online subscription and pay to view websites - Shauna Hicks
  • Internet resources for German research - Eric Kopittke *
  • Findmypast Australasia - Rosemary Kopittke *
  • National Wills Index - Origins Network *
  • Family Historian: taking genealogy to new places - Simon Orde
  • Social media for family historians: don’t be afraid! - Carole Riley
  • TheGenealogist.co.uk - UK Genealogist *
  • National Institute for Genealogical Studies - Brenda Wheeler *

* indicates listed in more then one category

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