Tuesday, July 12, 2011

New Genealogy Books

New Books of interest to the family history researcher in the collection include:

Free Passage: the reunion of Irish convicts and their families in Australia 1788-1852by Perry McIntyre

In search of a better life: British and Irish migration edited by Graham Davis

The Parish Chest by W.E. Tate

Family History on the net by Colin Waters

Tracing your rural ancestors: a guide for family historians by Jonathan Brown

My Ancestor was an agricultural labourer by Ian H Waller

My Ancestor was a merchant seaman by Christopher T & Michael J Watts

English place-names explained by Charles Whynne-Hammond

The Oral History Workshop: collect and celebrate the life stories of your family and friends by Cynthia Hart and Lisa Samson

Raids on Australia: 1942 and Japan’s plans for Australia by Pam Oliver

Double Gold: 1870s mining and farming dairies with a history of Mt Franklin and District by Janet MacDonald and Garry Powell

The fine homes of Essendon and Flemington 1846-1880 Edited by Lenore Frost

Deaths at Eureka by Dorothy Wickham

The Examiner Index: obituaries and funerals 1941-1950 (Genealogical Society of Tasmania Inc. (Launceston Branch).

Getting the most out of Find my past.com.au by Rosemary Kopittke & Alan Phillips

It’s not all online: a guide to genealogy sources offline by Shauna Hicks

Locating your German ancestor’s place of origin by Eric Kopittke

Death certificates and archaic medical terms by Helen V. Smith

AIF Unit Histories of the Great War 1914-1918 by Ron Austin

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