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Here's what is in this issue of the magazine:
- Photo Basics: “Who Took That Picture?” How closely have you examined the photographs in your collection? Have you noticed any imprints from photographers? Maureen shares some tips on the history of photos that could help you in your research. By Maureen Taylor
- Doing it Ourselves: “Putting Theory Into Practice” Over the last several years, Larry has shared tales of many of the projects done to make records more readily available for the researcher. Now it is time to step back a bit and see what effect this has had on the availability and preservation of the material that these groups have worked on. By Larry Naukam
- Genealogy Downunder: “Finding Ancestors in Digitised Publications: Queensland” Family history is closely aligned to local history and this new series of articles looks at online resources that help to place Australian ancestors within their local communities. We will look at specific websites that make freely available books, journals, directories, government gazettes and other similar resources. We start our journey with Queensland (and remember that some state based resources may also be applicable to other Australian states and territories). By Shauna Hicks
- Modus Operandi: “When the Time Comes: Leaving Your Research Behind” Years of work. Files and online trees with names, dates, places stories. Collections of precious items once owned by your ancestors. When you are no longer able to care for them, where will it all go? By Cheri Hudson Passey
- Ramblings through Irish History: “The Plantations of Ireland Part 8: The Cromwellian Plantation” In 1649 Cromwell invaded Ireland to suppress the rebellion that started in 1641. By 1653 the rebels had been defeated and the final Plantation could take place. By Jenny Joyce
- Jewish Genealogy: “Jewish Records in Subcarpathian Ukraine” The area which is currently Zakarpattya Oblast, Ukraine, was once home to thousands of Jews. Learn about the types of records available and which have been indexed. By Lara Diamond