It is a few months later than orignally planned, but I guarantee you it’s worth the wait … and it is now finally here …
What am I talking about? The ‘History & Genealogy 2011: Australia & New Zealand‘ Handbook.
The latest book from Unlock The Past started out as an idea to put together a publication with Australian and New Zealand related genealogy and history themed articles, together with a directory of organisations such as libraries, archives, societies, museums, professional researchers, booksellers and more.
With 60+ articles on all sorts of topics, and a directory listing over 1700 organisations, this is the most comprehensive all-in-one guide available for researchers of Australian and New Zealand history, and thats without mentioning the vouchers section which can save you hundreds of dollars.
Just a few of the topics covered include:
– How to Achieve a Unique Family Interview
– Buried Downunder and Other Australian Projects
– Biographical Database of Australia
– Researching Hawkesbury Families
– Queensland Pioneer Families 1859-1901
– Wills and Probate Records: Victoria
– Who Were the Enrolled Pensioner Guards
– Births, Deaths and Marriages Index: Australia and New Zealand
– Maps for Genealogists
– The Bombing of Broome
– Choosing the Right Software
– A Three Generation Passion for Oral History
– One Name and One Place Studies: What Help They Are to Me?
– National Wills Index
– Immigration to New Zealand
– Let’s Make a Start: New Zealand Websites to Get You Up and Running!
For those of you who have pre-ordered this book, orders are being despatched over the next couple of days.
If you haven’t already ordered your copy, you can do so from the Gould Genealogy website.
Great news 🙂 Really looking forward to receiving my pre-ordered copy 🙂