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Preserving the Past and the Present for the Future: papers from the Sixth Victorian Family History State Conference (2008)

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Media: BOOK - paperback, 148 pages
Year: 2008

Contents

The Wide World of Family History - Lesle Berry

Researching Your German Ancestors - Horst Blaich

Sources for Passengers, Ships, Captains and Crew in Victoria - Jenny Carter

Footprints: Tracing the Journey of Lucy and Percy Pepper Through Government Records About Aboriginal People and Presenting Their Story to a Contemporary Audience - Simon Flagg and Dr Sebastian Gurciullo

FamilySearch: The Next Generation - Elder Norbert Gariety

How To Successfully Archive Old Media - Peter Harkness

Probate Genealogy in Australia - Sue McBeth

What Did the Irish Read? Identifying the Australian Irish Reading Experience, 1830-1900 - Kevin Molloy

Become a Living Ancestor: Leave Your Memories Behind - Beryl O’Gorman

Government and Police Gazettes: Unlocking a Major Untapped Resource - Alan Phillips

Digitisation in the National Archives of Australia - Anne Piggott

Colonial Women: What We Can Learn About Their Lives - Dr Liz Rushen

Oral History in Family History: Opportunities and Challenges - Professor Alistair Thomson

Sugar and Spice and all Things Nice: Women in Victorian Colonial Records - Dorothy Wickham

Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover ... or its Title - Susie Zada

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