Despite the lockdowns of the past few months, the Traces team has been hard at work, working from home, getting the latest issue of the Traces magazine ready for you. So Issue 11 (June 2020) is out now, and it is the perfect read for Australian history lovers and genealogy buffs on the cold winter days that we’re having at present.

As with all every issue, this one is packed with high quality Australian history and genealogy-related articles.

Special features in this issue include include information on Trove’s big upgrade that is coming up soon, infomation on what aircraft disasters can tell historians, and a profile of Melbourne’s most notorious woman.

In the Then and Now section you get a look at Brisbane’s Cathedral of St Stephen, while Australia’s oldest synagogue is featured in historic homes and buildings. Covering genealogy, and tips on finding your ancestor’s burial location is the theme for this article.

Other articles include: A pioneer printing family, the influenza pandemic of 1919, Hollywood vs history … navigating history on screen, uncovering the rea Christian Henry Schultz, the life and time of John Patrick Dwyer, and the stort of Paul Brickhill – bestselling author and prisoner of war hero (part 1).

So as always, plenty of great reading!!

So if you love Australian history and/or genealogy, do yourself a favour, and grab a copy of Traces.

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