... on the relevant page, and even allows people to create new pages on local history subjects.
...ve a question about editing the wiki, please contact the Community History Librarian.
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== Community History Librarian ==
''School assignments, history of your house, using the wiki, local history enquiries, donations.''
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...ugh its front doors, and it is by far one of our most used services by our community. Take a few minutes to read through the timeline below and discover how you
... library services in Sydney. Miss Nancy Wood was appointed the first Chief Librarian on 25 November 1946. Campsie Library opened in a temporary building at 157
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''Thankyou to Chris King, former Local History Librarian whose work forms the majority of this research guide.'' <br />
<li>history of your street and district</li></ul>
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...site [http://www.canterbury.nsw.gov.au/Library/Canterburys-Heritage/Family-History here].
...page [http://www.canterbury.nsw.gov.au/Library/Canterburys-Heritage/Family-History here].
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Mostly as a community formed, there always appeared an inn or house not always licensed but carry
...f such a hotel in the district, and the social impact it would have on the community. [[Aaron Brown]], it said, hoped his hotel would become the meeting place f
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...ocal interest in family history research with the view of forming a family history interest group in Canterbury Municipality. Over 50 people attended this mee
...e drawn up by Ms Gloria Kelley (Deputy Librarian), Catherine Hardie (Local History Officer) and Dick Sanders (a local volunteer instrumental in the formation
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...rarian. You can listen to some sound bites of this interview on the [[Oral History - Richard Cutting]] page==
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