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  Australian and New Zealand History & Genealogy: Volume Two (Pre-Order)
Australian & New Zealand History & Genealogy: Vol 2

Our Price: AU$34.95 Inc GST
Media: BOOK - paperback, 224 pages
Author: Unlock the Past
Year: 2013
Other Data: b&w & colour photos
ISBN: 9781921956164

Availability: In Preparation
Product Code: UTP1002
In Preparation

We apologise for the continued delays over this title. It will be published as soon as we can find the time to finalise it - hopefully by mid 2014.

NOTE: the change of name has been made to avoid the mis-conception that is superseded by subsequent volumes. This is not the case. Nearly 80% of any earlier editions - the articles - remains unique. Each new edition has an entirely new set of articles. The directory section will be updated each year.

Volume Two contains 65 all-new, useful articles, as well as a directory of organisations and product/service suppliers, and adverts for organisations and product/service suppliers. Printed full colour. thoughout, this quality book is a reference work you'll refer constantly to - particularly the directory.

It is not a HOW-TO book, but rather a collection of articles on a whole range of topics relating to Australia and New Zealand history and genealogy. Everything from gypsies and genealogy, Catch them when they're young, Circus history, Convict applications to marry, Copyright, DNA, Magical memory triggers, Oral history, Web traps, Starting a blog, Treasures in the parish chest ... and so much more.

A valuable reference work, not only for the content of the articles, but also for the directory which contains over 1800 people and organisations around Australian and New Zealand in the history and genealogy field. If you are an individual, society, archive, library, or an organisation interested in either history or genealogy, you will want this annual Unlock the Past publication in your possession.

  • over 60 articles from 50 different authors
  • printed in full colour throughout
- First females above: First 100 years of Australian women pilot firsts 1909-2009 - Rosemary Arnold
- The Ryerson Index - John Graham
- Directories and almanacs - Graham Jaunay
- Were your ancestors religious emigrants? - Lyall Kupke
- Why research land records? - Carole Riley
New South Wales
- Some Huguenot families in 19th century New South Wales - Robert Nash
- Hawkesbury on the Net Registers - Michelle Nichols & Jonathan Auld
- Convict applications to marry - Christine Yeats
Northern Territory
- Researching and marking pioneer cemeteries of the Northern Territory - June Tomlinson
- Pioneer settlers of Flaxton - Gordon Plowman
South Australia
- Adelaide's Albert Bells in 1981 - Bernard Arnold
- South Australia: the early years - Maureen Leadbeater
- State Library of Victoria: a treasure house for family historians - Anne Burrows
Western Australia
- The East Perth Cemeteries Project - Lorraine Clarke & Cherie Strickland
- The day Northam went wild - Ethel Coomer
-Captain Thunderbolt and his lady: using the internet to document historical research - Carol Baxter
- An unfinished journey: searching for Violet Inglis - Professor David Carment
- Finding Francesco: a dashing dilettante - Dorothy Erickson
- Thomas Joshua Jackson (of ‘Young and Jackson’s Hotel’) - Andrew J. Kilsby
- Rebels, priests and love letters: the Irish convicts of the Minerva, 1800 - Cassie Mercer
New Zealand
- New Zealand Society of Genealogists Inc: The Family Research Centre and the treasures it holds - NZSG
- Central Auckland Research Centre, Auckland Libraries - Seonaid Lewis
- Tracking Sibling’s Footprints in New Zealand - Jan Gow
British Isles
- Scottish Borders poor law records - Peter Munro
- Finding English and Welsh Probate records - Jeremy Palmer
- Treasures in the parish chest - Jeremy Palmer
- Irish online resources: the basics - Chris Paton
- Researching in UK archives from abroad - Helen Smith
Other Countries
- About Scandinavian genealogy research - Steinar Johansen
- Who was Olaf the Black? - Steinar Johansen
- Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths in Germany - Eric Kopittke
- Canadian rebellion 1837-1838 - Elizabeth Lapointe
- Copyright for Australian genealogists - Jennifer Barnes
- Catch them when they’re young and get them hooked before you’re dead!: creating a succession plan for your family history research – your records and your passion - Lyn Blake
- An unfinished journey: searching for Violet Inglis - Professor David Carment
- Victorian burial and mourning customs - Jane Davies
- We mostly look for the dead and sometimes find the living - Gay Eunson
- DNA testing as a genealogy research tool - Kerry Farmer
- Where have all the records gone? - Diane Foster
- How to do a one-name study - Kirsty Gray
- One-place genealogical studies - Kirsty Gray
- Ask an expert: how to maximise the opportunity! - Shauna Hicks
- Sit down and write! - Noeline Kyle
- CyndisList, card indexes and cemeteries: writing women’s lives in 2012 - Noeline Kyle
- Learning online: a great way to discover tips, techniques and expand your knowledge - Helen Osborn
- On a voyage of discovery - Chris Paton
- Magical memory triggers - Annie Payne
- Family history and local history go together - Glen Turnbull
- The art of storytelling: why family history needs a good narrator - Lisa Upton
- Dear Martha - Gwen Waters
- Back to school: learning from admission, progress, and withdrawal records - Lyn Whelan
- Family treasures tell a story - Pauline Williams
- Be a historical detective, solving a mystery from the past - Ian Willis
- Probate genealogy - Jan Worthington
- Wounds and scars: The story of Victoria’s 2nd Field Ambulance in the Great War - Ron Austin
- The day Northam went wild - Ethel Coomer
- The Submarine Six – our unknown naval heroes - Tom Lewis
- “Take the King’s shilling and we’re off to war”: a look at the Irish in the British Army during the 19th century” - Barbara Moore
- Harold Philip Reed and the Civil Construction Corps 1939-1945 - Joan Matthews
- Using First World War unit histories: a case study - Sue Reid
Computers and Internet
- GeneaGoogling: it’s more than just search - Jill Ball
- Discover more with findmypast! -Findmypast
- MyHeritage, the biggest family history network, presenting in Australia - Daniel Horowitz
- Web traps - Graham Jaunay
- Connecting with family lines online - Rosemary Kopittke
- Why start your own blog? It’s easy, it’s free, and there are many rewards - Carole Riley
- Oral history: three part interview structure - Beth Robertson
- Friendly societies and your ancestor - Helen Smith
- Circus, gypsies and genealogy - Mark St Leon

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