3 edition of General histories of Queensland for family and local historians found in the catalog.
General histories of Queensland for family and local historians
W. Ross Johnston
Includes bibliographical references (p. 21-24).
|Statement||W. Ross Johnston.|
|Series||Presenting the past,|
|LC Classifications||Z4206 .J64 1989, DU270 .J64 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||90213393|
Tasmanian Local & Family History Sources: GUI The A - Z of Genealogy - A Handbook: GUI The Family History Book - How to Trace Your Ancestors: GUI The Female Line - Researching Your Female Ancestors: GUI The Oxford Companion to Local Family History: GUI The Writing & Publication of Your Family History: GUI Trace Your. This information exists because of the control past Queensland governments had over Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people's lives. Administration of the 'Protection Acts', such as the Aboriginals and Protection and the Restriction of Sale of Opium Act , led to a high volume of records being created up until the mids.
As history is their passon, the purpose of the magazine is to increase the knowledge of readers about Queensland’s history, and to provide interest and entertainment. This will be done with professional and amateru historians sharing their research in the pages. If you want to see what the magazine is like, page through the sample of Issue 2. About the Queensland History Journal Since The Royal Historical Society of Queensland Journal has been the leading avenue for regular publication of articles on Queensland’s history. It is published every three months and contains easy to read and interesting articles with a .
Previously known as the Queensland Association of Local and Family History Societies, it is an umbrella group for societies in Queensland. At the time of writing it has 84 members but not all local and family history societies are members. It appears to have more members from the south east Queensland region. RHSQ has a team of dedicated volunteer historians who provide research services for a fee. Their extensive knowledge and experience can prove invaluable. Please contact The Royal Historical Society of Queensland research team for more information. The research team operates during Welsby Library opening hours from 10 am to 4 pm every Thursday.
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