Thursday, July 08, 2010

New Genealogy Books part 1

The following titles have been added to the collection recently:
The surnames of Scotland
The clans, septs & regiments of the Scottish highlands
Nick Barrett’s Guide to your ancestors lives
How to trace your family tree in England, Ireland, Soctland and Wales by Kathy Chater
Family photographs 1860-1945 by Robert Pols
Fair Game: Australia’s first immigrant women Elizabeth Rushen & Perry McIntyre
Social networking for genealogists by Drew Smith
Family history on the cheap by Shauna Hicks
Dictionary of old trades, titles and occupations by Colin Waters
How did they get here? Arrivals after 1924 by Cora Num
The census 1801-1911: a guide for the internet era by Stuart A Raymond
New cousins: how to trace living descendants of your ancestors by Karen Bali
1,001 life story questions by Bob Mitchell
How to publish your own book: secrets for the inside by Stewart Ferris
The Merhcant’s women by Elizabeth Rushen and Perry McIntyre
The family history project: great stories fro the nation’s family tree
The family and Local history handbook 12 (UK)
The silent city: a history of the Ballarat General Cemeteries
Easy Family history by David Annal
Family history on the move by Roger Kershaw and Mark Pearsall
The Greatest Genealogy tips in the world by Maureen Vincent-Northam
The Oxford Guide to Heraldry by Thomas Woodcock and John Martin Robinson
Tasmanian Rogues & Absconders 1803-1875 Volume 2 The Middle Years 1821-1836
Modern Memory Keeper: a new approach to scrapbooking your family legacy by Ronee Parsons
Tracing your family history: how to get started
Creating cards with scrapbook embellishments by Maryjo McGraw
Starting out in family History (The National Archives)
Oral History Handbook by Beth M Robertson
Family History for beginners and beyond (The Heraldry & Genealogy Society of Canberra)
The Floating brothel by Sian Rees
Reuniting relatives, finding friends: a practical guide to finding people when you’ve lost touch
A Dictionary of old trades, titles and occupations by Colin Waters

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