Unlock the Past Cruise T-shirts Available to Order

It’s that time of year again. No, I don’t mean the end of the year, and I don’t even mean Christmas. In this instance I’m actually talking about the next Unlock the Past cruise. With the 4th and 5th cruises booking well why not make yourself known as a ‘genealogy cruiser’ by wearing an exclusive Unlock the Past Cruise t-shirt.

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Family Tree Tracker Magazine Hits the Shelves

There’s a new Australian genealogy magazine out, and it’s called “Family Tree Tracker”. With a format much like the UK genealogy magazines, in that it is a glossy magazine, with useful tips, some articles, and software reviews, it’s a good read.

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Australian Family Tree Connections – October 2013 Issue Out Now

The October 2013 issue of the Australian Family Tree Connections has arrived, and as usual contains a whole bunch of articles, a number of Can You Help? queries, a New on the Net section which has a heap of websites for you to discover, together with news and events, all packed into 62 pages.

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New Books from Unlock the Past: Scottish Civil Registration, London & Middlesex Research & NSW BDMs

The team at Unlock the Past have recently released three new titles in the last couple of weeks. These new ones cover everything from Scottish civil registration, to London and Middlesex research as well as using the New South Wales BDM index.

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The Archive Digital Books Australasia Birthday Sale

August is going to be a BIG month. Why you ask? Well you already know that August is Australia’s National Family History Month, but apart from that it is Archive Digital Books Australasia’s birthday. That’s right. Archive Digital Books Australasia turns the big “one-oh” … that’s right they turn 10 in August, and they are having a big Birthday Sale.

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Inside History Magazine – Issue 17 (Jul-Aug 2013) is Out Now

July had arrived and so has the latest issue of Inside History Magazine. When looking at this cover there are three things that grab me: the first being the image itself, it is simply stunning, the second is the heading “50 blogs you need to read” and the third is “Eureka Moments!” Intrigued? You should be.

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New Books from Unlock the Past: Citing Sources, Women Ancestors, Military and English Research

With the team at Unlock the Past back from their trips from earlier this year, it means there has been a degree of normality returning to life which has enabled a few new books to be released. New titles cover Citing your sources, researching women Ancestors, British and Australian military and English research.

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Highlight: The South Australian Company

Anyone who can trace their history right back to South Australia’s beginnings will have heard about the ‘South Australian Company’. This book (now on CD) tells you the history of this Company.

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Inside History Magazine – Issue 16 (May-Jun 2013) is Out Now

Inside History Magazine Issue 16 is available now and this one is their Irish issue and in it you’ll … discover the best Irish resources online and on site; how to find your convict in the newspaper; learn about the lives of famine orphans; read about the experiences of Irish assisted immigrants in the 1800s; see what our ancestors got up to during St Patrick’s Day celebrations, plus a whole heap more …

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Highlight: History of the First 50 Years of Freemasonry in South Australia 1834-84

Authored by Charles Glover, this was the first book to be written on the history of Freemasonry in South Australia, and it is one that is ‘highly’ regarded and a noted authoritative work.

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New from Unlock the Past: Australian Military History

Written for genealogists by a military historian “That Elusive Digger: Tracing Your Australian Military Ancestors” is a guide to help you search for Australian military ancestors as well as giving a simple overview of Australia’s military history.

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Highlight: Nothing But Gold, the Diggers of 1852

Australia’s goldrushes are an important time in the country’s history, having changed family life for so many due to migration when they headed to the goldfields, and of course some had good fortune, others bad fortune. And some never returned home. Robyn takes up on a journey to life on the goldfields in 1852 …

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Blinco Family Reunion & Book Launch, 13th April 2013

A family reunion for the Blinco family is planned at Point Walter, Bicton on Saturday, 13th April 2013. The Perth branch of the family descend from Henry Blinco and his wives Eliza (nee Hinds) and Martha (nee Stallard).

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