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Family History Research: Skill-building (Workshop 2 of 4)

This family history course focuses on helping you build skills for organisation and research. Introducing forms and systems that are commonly used in organisation, and methods for developing your own, this course also teaches you how to evaluate sources and analyse the information they contain, and deals with the concept of evidence and proof. Presented by Benjamin Hollister. The second of a four-course program, this can be undertaken as a standalone course as well. Bookings essential.

Presented by History Helper


Tue 11 May 8.30am, 12pm or 7pm (approx. 3 hrs)




Per Person: $25.00

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Benjamin Hollister, 8471 0393,


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Event capacity: 15


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