Highlight: Black Kettle and Full Moon: Daily Life in a Vanished Australia

‘Black Kettle and Fully Moon’ is a book about people, ordinary Australians, and how they organised their daily life a long while ago. It describes where they lived, shopped, what they ate and drank. It tells us how they kept warm and cool, how they lit their houses …

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Trove Update: More Historic Australian Newspapers Added

The National Library of Australia’s digitised newspaper collection ranks up there as one of the most important resources available online for historians and genealogists researching Australian history and people. This spectacular collection continues to grow each month, with more years, and new papers being continuously added …

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Australian Family Tree Connections – May 2011 Issue Out Now

It’s time to turn the calendar over as May has now arrived, and with it comes the new issue of the Australian Family Tree Connections magazine. In this new issue you will discover the real history behind our mother’s or grandmother’s aprons, and I bet you’ll be surprised.

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National Library of Australia eResources Card

What does a National Library of Australia eResources card do? Having one of funky little cards allows you to not only request collection items for use onsite in the NLA reading rooms, but also (and more importantly) it gives you access to a wide selection of resources that the NLA subscribes to. These allow you to locate indexes, full-text ejournals, newspapers, websites and guides.

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Family History Specials for Mothers Day

A great selection of Family History products, perfect as a present for mum on Mothers Day.

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The War Graves Photographic Project Needs Volunteers in Australia

Can you imagine being able to see a photograph of a grave of a relative who died at war? Particularly when there is no chance of being able to visit the burial place. The aim of The War Graves Photographic Project is to photograph every war grave of serving military personnel from WWI to the present day and make these available within a searchable database. But now they’re asking for Australians to help out …

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Military History and ANZAC Highlights

Highlights from our Military History & ANZAC range of books, maps, CDs & Scrapbooking. Remember our great heritage with these.

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Australian Convict Heritage Saved at the Parramatta Female Factory

In January I did a post asking people to sign a petition to help save Parramatta’s Historic Female Factory. Now we finally have some good news for you. The Parramatta Advertiser has reported ‘a victory for supporters of the historic Female Factory’.

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About Time: South Australia’s History Festival is on in May 2011

South Australia’s History Week has grown from being a week long celebration to now encompass a full month. That month being May 1-31. And that’s not the only change, HistorySA have also renamed the event to About Time: South Australia’s History Festival.

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Australia’s Census 2011

The Australian census will be taken on Tuesday 9 August 2011. Australians will again have the choice to have their personal information stored for 99 years. To have your information saved you must say YES to question 60.

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New History & Genealogy Titles – 13 April 2011

More new genealogy and history related titles have recently been added to our range. New products come in the Australia, England, Scotland, & Scrapbooking.

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Tasmanian Convict Sites Collect Memories in Australian Heritage Week 2011

Do you have photos, diaries, letters, stories or oral histories relating to our major convict heritage sites in Tasmania that you would like to share? If you do, you are invited to attend events at the Tasmanian World Heritage-listed Convict Sites to celebrate Australian Heritage Week.

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ANZAC Day Blog Challenge

The “Anzac Day Blog Challenge” has been issued. This time, it is a joint challenge with our Digger mates from across the Ditch. Do you have an Australian or New Zealander in your family tree who was killed in military operations? We’d like to hear about not only their sacrifice, but the way their loss shaped their family history.

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