In this seminar, guest speaker Wendy Gallagher (NSW State Archives) talks about the Captured: Portraits of Crime exhibition and how to research your own family history when a criminal is involved.
Dreadfully Mangled: The Violent Demise of William Reynolds Jr. in 1838 and the Perception of Unnatural Death in the Penal Colony of NSW
Melissa Holmes will use the tragic death of William Reynolds Jr. in 1838 to explore the way death was perceived and dealt with in the pre-industrial penal colony of Sydney in the early nineteenth century.
Fairfield Museum and Gallery will be hosting a special guest talk by true crime author and TV personality Amanda Howard who will discuss the disappearance of 3 children on Australia Day 1966.
New State Archives and Records NSW exhibition explores the stories of men, women and children who were incarcerated in NSW gaols from 1870 to 1930.
This History Week, Wollongong City Libraries will host Rachel Franks who will expose criminals from Australia’s history: Tues 5 Sept.