The marriage of family and local history: a bridge to the past.
My perfectly legal copy of Nova PDF keeps having a hernia over the ppt conversions because of the size.
Harness the Power of Blogging for your One Place Study
Slides: blogging your OPS chg background
11th Australasian Congress on Genealogy and Heraldry, Darwin, June 2006
They weren’t all Lutheran: a case study of a small group of German Catholics who emigrated to Australia.
From East Clare to Eastern Australia: The Parish Priest, the Middlemen and the Emigrants.
My presentation topic was Hospital Records: Accidents, Illness and Death. If you click on the title below you will see the slideshow from my talk.
4th Unlock the Past Cruise 7 February 2014
This is the talk I presented at the 4th Unlock the Past Cruise between Melbourne and Adelaide. The topic title was “Becoming a fan of FANs: Friends, Associates and Neighbours“.
Seniors Month 2013 (NT)
What (and where) on earth’s a blog?
Family History Week 2012 (NT)
Writing your family history
Shamrock in the Bush August 2009 (Galong, NSW)
From East Clare to eastern Australia: the parish priest, the middle men and the emigrants.
National Trust of the Northern Territory (Larrakeyah Branch) April 2009
Discovering the past: How family and local history enrich our heritage.
Northern Territory Library, Darwin, August 2007
Sharing, documenting and publishing your family history.
Northern Territory Library, Darwin, August 2006
Researching your family history.
11th Australasian Congress on Genealogy and Heraldry June 2006, Darwin, NT
They weren’t all Lutherans: A case study of a small group of German Catholic immigrants.
From East Clare to Eastern Australia: the parish priest, the middle men and the emigrants
Co-presenter with June Tomlinson for the Genealogy Course, Casuarina Senior College, night classes 2005, on behalf of the Genealogical Society of the NT
My focus was on archival resources and how they assist family history.