Seminar 30 June
GSQ's Annual Seminar will be held on Sunday 30 June 2013 at the Queen Alexandra Community Centre.
We have 14 guests and no members online
Queensland State Archives regularly receives new records into its collection from various public authorities. New series, and major additions to existing series of records, are identified in a monthly publication qsa-bulletin. This publication also advises researchers of QSA events and news.
Members' Meeting 5 June
The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 5th June 2013.
The approved Strategic Plan will be presented. This is an opportunity for members to ask the Management Committee questions about the Society.
The Committee is always open to ideas from the members and recognises that we are accountable to you, the members.
The meeting will be held at the Resource Centre, 38 Fisher Street, East Brisbane 4169 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.
Due to computer problems in Salt Lake City
Monday Morning Natters
June Natters will be on Monday 3rd - We will be investigating the importance of organising your family history material. Come along and share your tips and learn some other ways of organisation.
Have a chat with friends, meet fellow family historians, have a cuppa and a good time.
Bring a gold coin donation towards morning tea. No need to book, just come along, we will be pleased to meet you.
Venue: GSQ Resource Centre
38 Fisher Street
East Brisbane 4169
Time: 10:00am–12 noon
Our revamped website
Our revamped website is now 'live'. It will be the first place for members to go for information about GSQ and its events, services and resources; and, for the public and potential members, a first point of contact. The site will be regularly updated to ensure accurate and timely information about GSQ.
Muster Roll CD
Muster Roll Part 1 & 2 CD is now available for purchase through the GSQ shop.
The Muster Roll is a biographical register of over 25,000 pioneers resident in the colony of Queensland between Separation in 1859 and Federation in 1901, an important period of Queensland's history, when it had its own unique identity, neither part of the colony of New South Wales nor a state in the Australian Federation.
Cost is $55 members, $60 non-members, $80 for libraries.