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Unlock the Past’s WW1 Bundle

GGB020 curved The past few years have seen a huge surge interest in military history, with the commemoration of WW1 and Gallipoli adding to the interest. During this time Unlock the Past have produced a collection of useful guide books for researchers, including a number that relate to researching your Australian military ancestors. Continue reading →

Unlock the Past’s New Guide Books

logo - Unlock the Past It’s been a crazy couple of weeks here, with getting ready for Unlock the Pasts 10th cruise, as well as releasing seven new Unlock the Past guide books in amongst that. The seven new titles come from six different authors, and cover everything from Google, Protestant Nonconformity, Irish history, Norfolk Island, Scottish church records, migration […] Continue reading →

Death Certificates and Archaic Medical Terms (2nd Edition)

UTP0181a DEATH CERTIFICATES AND ARCHAIC MEDICAL TERMS (2nd Edition) Author: Helen V. Smith ISBN: 9781925323269 Year: 2015 Item Code: UTP0181 Printed Book: paperback, 64 pages, AU$15.00 more information Ebook: download, $9.95 more information The book is also available from the following overseas resellers: My History (England) Maia’s Books (USA) Global Genealogy (Canada) Family historians ‘love’ certificates, […] Continue reading →

New Books from Unlock the Past: Baptist History and Migration to New Zealand

Print In between attending (and organising) numerous events, the team at Unlock the Past have finalised two new guide books. These new books cover Australian Baptist history and how you can use those records to your advantage as a researcher, and also migration to New Zealand, which many will find useful to help find and understand the records available for those who migrated there. Continue reading →

Digital Imaging Essentials – the Australian edition

 ‘Digital Imaging Essentials: Techniques and Tips for Genealogists and Family Historians’ is a brand new book that will be hitting the shelves shortly, and will no doubt make it under many Christmas Trees this year as well. This is the PERFECT book for learning about what to do, and what not to do with your digtal images, and encompasses your digital photos, as well as the photos and documents you scan. Continue reading →