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AUGUST IS SENIORS MONTH

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The Family History Place Library is opened on Thursday for for month of August from 10 am to 3pm  - 84 Smith Street Darwin, opposite the In/Out Ramp of the China Town Carpark, which is next to the H Hotel on Smith Street.  Come in and learn about the resources we have to help you connect to your family - no appointments are necessary unless you need some one on one help. Phone 0412 018 015

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OUR LIBRARY is located at Unit 4, 84 Smith Street Darwin NT (opposite the Chinatown carpark entrance).   We are closed on Public Holidays.

LIBRARY HOURS

Monday and Tuesday 9.30 am to 5.15 pm

Saturday 1pm to 5.30 pm

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COMMUNITY BENEFIT FUND GRANT  (CBF) (Small)

The CBF has given assistance to our Library that has allowed us to upgrad your server and thus provide an improved IT service to those seeking to reconnect to families.  Without the CBF's help some of our services would have been curtailed

 

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GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY INC

The aim of the Genealogical Society of the Northern Territory (GSNT) is to promote genealogical and family history research; to further the study of genealogy by the collection of historical data; to educate in genealogy and family history methods; and to urge the preservation of personal historical records.

Our Society holds Birth, Death and Marriage records for the British Settlement period which commenced in 1824, and Birth, Death and Marriage indexes from 1873 when newspapers began publication, to our current year, in addition we also have indexed articles that appear in the newspapers about families and events.  We have many unpublished indexes, if you are researching in the Northern Territory please contact us – [email protected]

Due to the unique nature of the Territory, GSNT has undertaken a range of projects to identify more detailed information about people who have lived, worked and died here and those who travelled through the Territory.