In this one, I’d like to tell you about what you’ll find in Issue 1. Apart from it being very well presented this magazine, is packed with terrific advice, research tips, interviews and more.
Read about historian Michael Flynn’s new project on the First Fleet convicts, learn how a researcher uncovered 24,000 descendants, meet Perth’s 14th-century church bells, find out how you can help to save a historic precinct dating from 1819 and see some of Tasmania’s colonial art.
The story of Reg Sprigg, rock star – one of Australia’s greatest geologists is covered, and personal historian, Annie Payne shares her advice for remembering and documenting the history of your childhood abode. Also Christine Yeates from State Records NSW talks about databases in the ‘A cup of tea with …’ article and Else Churchill from the Society of Genealogists in London keeps us up-to-date with what is happening in the UK in ‘Thoughts from abroad’.
Plus you could win some fabulous prizes, including copies of How To Get More Family Tree Time, a mid-century vase, and tickets to the Convict Sydney exhibition at Hyde Park Barracks!
Although this is Issue 1, regular features of the magazine will include:
- Bob’s Your Uncle: (Network with other descedants and resear ochers)
- Way back when … (Historical events and happenings)
- What’s on (Events on around the country)
- The book shelf (The latest and greatest to hit the shops)
- One picture … 1000 memories (The story behind the image)
All of this packed into 68 pages, guarantees you a great read. Still not convinced? Inside History even offer you a sneak peek of it.
As this magazine is so new, you won’t yet find it in your local newsagent, but if wish to buy issue 1, or subscribe to the magazine you can do so by going to the Inside History website.
The prices are:
Aus $12.50 / NZ$15.00 per issue
Aus $31.50 / NZ $45.00 6 month subscription
Aus $63.00 /NZ $90.00 12 month subscription