Nick Vine Hall's 'Tracing Your Family History in Australia' became known by many as the 'bible' for genealogy. Having first been published in 1994, and with two subsequent editions the resource became the 'staple' for anyone researching their family history in Australia.
With the growth of interest in genealogy, together with the records being held by societies, archives offices and other organisations, let alone the impact the internet has had on genealogy ... the guide has now finally grown so big, that New South Wales is large enough to require its own volume.
If you are researching your family in New South Wales, and really don't know where to look - this guide details the many different types of records useful for your research, together with where you can find them. A new feature in this edition, is that for the first time not only 'hardcopy' (or printed) sources are noted, but also the internet, and the all the amazing resources that are available for the genealogist researching in this Australian state.
Now available on fully searchable CD-ROM, if you are wanting to know where to look for passenger lists, convict records, bankruptcy records, or published family histories that relate to New South Wales - this CD will tell you.
NOTE: This CD does not contain actual records, it is just a guide as to where the records can be found.