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  • Familia. Ulster Genealogical Review, No. 17, 2001
  • Dewey Decimal Number: PER 929.1 FAMI
  • No. of Copies: 3
  • Author: Trevor Parkhill
  • Publisher: Ulster Historical Foundation
  • Publication Date: 2001
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  • Publisher City: Belfast
  • No. of Pages: 101
  • ISBN: 9781903688168
  • Format: Periodical
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Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review is the journal of Ulster Historical Foundation's membership association (an historical research co-operative, known as the Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild). Each year, in December, members receive Familia and a directory of their research interests, entitled Directory of Irish Family History Research. Non-members can purchase copies of these books. Since 1985, Familia has set a consistently high standard of balanced articles of wider historical and biographical importance, and providing all-important practical advice on sources for Irish family and local history in the nine-county province of Ulster. This issue of Familia contains the following articles: Preliminary pages (including title page, imprint details, contents, editorial, and notes on contributors) Been there, done that: the availability and uses of Irish twentieth-century census records (Brenda Collins) 1901 census enumerators’ returns online (Margaret Brennand) James Fullton: a Philadelphia merchant and his customers (Richard K. MacMaster) The quality of mercy: Irish women and infanticide in colonial Australia (Trevor McClaughlin) Mandarins on the hill: heads of the Northern Ireland Civil Service, 1921-2001 (Sir Kenneth Bloomfield) Liberalism under the Union: three generations of an Irish Liberal family (J.L. McCracken) Drawing blood from the stones: the Giant’s Causeway case of 1897 (Ian Montgomery)
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  • Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review