A new book by Wakefield Press ADELAIDE’S PUBLIC TRANSPORT – THE FIRST 180 YEARSTom Wilson, with co-authors John Radcliffe and the late Christopher SteelePublished with assistance from the History Trust of South AustraliaAn electronic book on a USB stickISBN 978 1 74305 885 5 $59.95 The beautiful city of Adelaide, capital of South Australia, with … Continue reading Adelaide’s Public Transport Book
The Historical Society Grant Scheme has been in abeyance but will again be offered in 2022. For full details see the Grants page or click here.
Dr. Susan Marsden has made available an outline for the South Australian Digihistory Project here. Do you have a favourite South Australian History book that is difficult to find? Would you like to see such books made available in digital format to buy or borrow from your library? Join us by nominating SA histories that were … Continue reading SA Digihistory
Books in my life: the Campbells of Anlaby by Janet and Sue Scarfe Professional historian Janet Scarfe and genealogist Sue Scarfe are the great grand-daughters of Hugh and Margaret Campbell, the first of three generations to live and work on Anlaby. The new book The Campbells of Anlaby, 1860-1940 is a collaborative work of family and social … Continue reading The Campbells of Anlaby
Applications for the 2022 Wakefield Press Essay Prize Award open in December 2021. The prize is for the best essay on a topic relating to South Australian history.Further information here.