Australian History Research now has online workshop series

Australian History Research now has online workshop series
Norfolk Island Shipping 1788 – 1814 will be the first of our online workshop series.

From 15 August 2020 to 15 September 2020A special facebook group will be set up – there will be three webinars (which can also be viewed afterwards), resources, primary records, questions and answers and much more.Includes both arrival and departure, passenger lists and other intra shipping between Port Jackson and Norfolk Island 1788 to 1814, includes:ConvictsMarines and Marine SettlersFree people and settlersNSW Corps and their familiesColonial SentencesCivil personnelChildrenCost is $25.00 per person and includes the four weeks of webinars, records, workshops, activities etc

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A Group Photograph – Before, Now & In-Between

http://www.groupphoto.co.uk/

The above link relates to a Website by Andrew Tatham. It is a fascinating story, with detailed family trees showing what is possible with extensive research. His site states:

“The culmination of 21 years of research and creation based on a First World War group photograph. A mix of the traditional and innovative new ways of showing history and human life.

The lives of all 46 men in the photograph are told through artefacts, letters, poems, stories, an animated film, family tree drawings, photographs, photomontages, memorials, old stained glass windows, new stained glass windows, & a new group photograph – as shown in the slideshow below and in the pages you can read from the book on this website.”

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