There is growing realisation about the variety of records that reveal details of NSW Aboriginal lives in the 19th century, including those in our Collection.
We have been working on a lot of really great initiatives in the past 12 months. Martyn Killion will be speaking to Hawkesbury Family History Group about what's new at the NSW State Archives.
This is an 'in-person' event.
Looking for records of immigration to Sydney before 1923? These records are held in our Collection. This webinar is an update of our talk on immigration and shipping records.
Conditional purchase was a process for obtaining a Crown Grant of land in NSW before it was surveyed. Join us for a Live Q&A to discuss how to navigate this tricky area of research.
We've been undertaking a large digitisation project of at-risk material in the State Archives Collection. Find out about the glass plate negatives depicting life in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, our digitised insolvency files and school files.
Whilst we don't hold records of patients in private hospitals in the Archives Collection, there are records you can use to find out more about the hospitals themselves.
Government buildings have shaped where and how we live in NSW. This webinar will explore records that can tell us about these buildings - how they were planned and designed and how they were built.
Until the early twentieth century a journey to NSW involved a sea voyage. Travellers boarding a ship often faced the perils of fire, disease and shipwreck, and the Australian coast is littered with the remnants of many ships that failed to safely reach their destination.