From time to time I come across all sorts of interesting history and/or genealogy related tidbits...Read More
In this edition of Inspiring Genealogy Blogs we cover: getting DNA from old letters, ethics (yes again!), original copies of records, archives and museums, the GDPR, digitising your old photos, contacting genetic relatives, the value of reexamining every record you have, climate change, and more …Read More
Applications for the University of Tasmania’s (UTAS) online course “The Photo Essay” are now open.
This course teaches you how to tell stories through photography, and about going deeper than a single image.Read More
In this edition of Inspiring Genealogy Blogs we cover everything from etiquette, ethics and family letters, an update on FamilySearche, why archives are important, genealogy conferences, the challenge of Irish genealogy, how to get information out of family, and so much more!Read More
Now in its 15th year, the South Australian History Festival gets bigger and bigger, and this year is no different. With a giant program that is jam-packed with events, covering all corners of the State, there’s oodles for the history buff (and even those not so much into history) to enjoy.Read More
It’s was back in 2016 when Australia’s Who Do You Think You Are Season 8 aired, so...Read More
Event registrations for the 2018 South Australia’s History Festival are open now! Earlybird registrations close Friday 2 February. Standard registrations close Tuesday 13 February. Book your event in now.Read More