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In this session we will focus on strategy and problem solving, with a discussion on the fundamental elements of a successful family history research project.
Join us for an introduction to researching death, burial and cemetery records for NSW.
As a teenager, Aminata Conteh-Biger became a casualty of the Sierra Leone civil war. Kidnapped by rebel forces and later released, Aminata was granted refugee status by Australia, making her the first Sierra Leonean refugee woman in the country.
Join us for an introduction to Ancestry Library Edition, an important research tool for family historians.
This talk presents an environmental history of Sydney’s freshwater swamplands. Once dominating the landscape between Centennial Park and Botany Bay, these habitats were progressively destroyed after European colonisation.
Australian art historian Bernard Smith’s ground-breaking study European Vision and the South Pacific was published in the 1960, establishing ‘noble’ and ‘ignoble’ savagery as a framework with which to understand the representation of the Pacific during the intense period of Europe’s exploration of the ocean, from the late 18th to the early 19th century.