Thursday, July 22, 2010

More new books

The following titles have been added to the collection. You may place a hold for any title via the catalogue

Introducing family history by Stuart A Raymond
The Hidden thread: Huguenot families in Australia published by the Huguenot Society of Australia edited by Robert Nash
Hw 2*t u Fmly Hstry by Jane Starkie (Great for kids)
The Family Tree Detective: a manual for tracing your ancestors in England and Wales by Colin D Rogers
Old Pubs: inns, taversn & grog house on the Victorian Gold diggings
Journeys in family history: The National Archives to exploring your past – finding your ancestors
Times of our Lives: the essential companion to writing your own life story
The everything guide to online genealogy: a complete resource for using the web to trace your family history by Kimberly Powell
Tracing your German Ancestors by Peter Towey
A dictionary of medical & related terms for the family historian by Joan E Grundy
Organising a family reunion by Lesle Berry
What was the voyage really like? : a brief guide to researching convict and immigrant voyages to Australia and NZ by Shauna Hicks
Discovering surnames: their origins and meanings by J W Freeman
Your Irish ancestors: a guide for family historians by Ian Maxwell
First steps in family history: guided by Eve McLaughlin
Tracing births, deaths and marriages at sea by Christopher T and Michael J Watts
Starting your family history by Margaret Ward
Victorian Cartes-de-Visite by Robin and Carol Wichard
Tracing your Jewish ancestors: a guide for family historians by Rosemary Wenzerul
The British Soldier of the First World War by Peter Doyle
Are we related? How to find your famous ancestors by Eve McLaughlin
Parsih registers: A history and guide by Stuart A Raymond
Bulla Bulla: an illustrated history of the Shire of Bulla (Sunbury) by I.W. Sy

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