Researching locally with Family History ACT and the ACT Heritage Library

Uncover resources for family history local to the ACT and Southern NSW




ACT Heritage Library, 255 Canberra Avenue, Fyshwick, Canberra ACT
Location: ACT

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The ACT Heritage Library is partnering with Family History ACT to offer free one-hour learning sessions on a range of family history topics.

These sessions will be held on the first Saturday of every month onsite at the ACT Heritage Library in Canberra.

The first session will be for those wishing to research family history local to the ACT and southern NSW regions, and future sessions will be on a range of more general topics.

Bookings are essential and can be made through the link below.

Researching locally

Presented by Sue Pillans and Cheryl Bollard from Family History ACT, this talk explores resources available to search your family history in the ACT and Southern New South Wales including Trove!

Library staff will be on hand to join new members and to assist you to use the lending collection of the ACT Heritage Library to assist with your local research.

Upcoming sessions

Saturday 3 September  Convict ancestry

Saturday 1 October – Oral history for family history research for beginners

Saturday 5 September – Military records for family historians