And…we’re starting the last half of the alphabet.


Our challenge 7 project, today and tomorrow, is the New South Wales, Australia, Government Gazettes, 1853-1899.  These records are an interesting mix of government related articles – land sales, criminal notices, military records, missing persons, probate records, and more.  Because of the mixture of records it makes for interesting reading.

Items to remember:

– We are keying the publication dates – not dates related to events in the articles.

– Determine the primary location where the event occurred – use your best judgment.

– We are not keying indexes.

For more information regarding this project refer to the Discussion page and this message board post.

Happy indexing!

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