Student Lecture, George Brand: Journey of a Convict, by Megan Walker. Come join us June 10th, 630PM Eastern, presented by Megan Walker
A study of local history informs us about how our ancestors lived as part of a community as well as where they lived.
What an impressive achievement! It took a lot of hard work, patience, and determination to reach your goal. It is time to celebrate the success of all our recent graduates. We are so very proud of all of you.
Introducing the Graduates of the Australian Records Certificate between June 2019 and October 2021.
Thistle Anderson, PLCGS
James Hill, PLCGS
Maria Murphy, PLCGS
Warmest congratulations to all our graduates…
Louise St Denis and our team at The National Institute for Genealogical Studies
Graduates have completed all requirements for our 40-course Australian Records Certificate, which includes the following compulsory Australian Records courses:
Australian: Education Records
Australian: Health Records
To recognize all of our graduates throughout the years, please go to our website at www.genealogicalstudies.com, click on the menu item INSTITUTE, and then GRADUATES. Be patient, the list is long and therefore takes time to display.
For a full list of Certificates from The National Institute for Genealogical Studies, please visit our website.
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What’s new at The National Institute? The course Australian: Health Records!
Written by Australian genealogist and author Shauna Hicks, this course looks at how health records can help with family history research. Records for general hospitals, maternity hospitals, asylums, sanatoriums and other health institutions will be looked at together with staff records. In addition, we will explore specific epidemics and medical treatments that our ancestors might have been familiar with.
The first offering of this course starts September 5th. To register for this course, please see out website.
On Thursday, July 23rd at 6:00 AM EDT Kerry Farmer will be hosting the Australian Records virtual meeting. Join Kerry to ask questions about these courses and/or your research. After answering questions and time permits, Kerry will discuss Australian government gazettes (i.e. government, police and education gazettes). Learn what you can find in these records, how to access them and how they can help you with your family history research!
Thursday, July 23rd – 6:00 AM Eastern; 5:00 AM Central; 3:00 AM Pacific; 11:00 AM in London, England; 8:00 PM in Sydney, Australia
MEETING LOCATION: http://genealogicalstudies.
(NOTE: No user name or password required. Please type in your first and last name; then click “Enter as a Guest”.)
Remember, you do not have to be registered in these courses to join a Virtual Meeting … anyone can participate.
If you have not attended a Virtual Meeting before, read the Instructions available at www.genealogicalstudies.com/