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‘Memories and microphones: How to start an oral history project’ - Monday 28th June 2021

This talk will help you to get started with recording memories, including practical and ethical considerations, and how to prepare to interview someone. It will also include some advice about some uses that can be made of oral history, how to preserve recordings, and how we can still do oral history even if we cannot meet face to face.


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‘Here be hogs’: Maps for local and family history in Hampshire - Monday 19th July 2021

This talk will introduce you to some of the key series of maps that cover most places in Hampshire, mainly from the 17th to 20th centuries, and will provide advice on how to use them.


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Red tape and sealing wax? Using old title deeds for local and family history - Monday 16th August 2021

This talk will show how most deeds fit into one of a few standard categories, and once you have understood how each type works, you can quickly jump to the key details to find out what they contribute to the story of a house or family.


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From Winchester to Barchester: Anthony Trollope’s links with Hampshire - Monday 27th September 2021

This talk will explore Anthony Trollope’s links with Hampshire including family connections with Heckfield and Winchester, and some Hampshire locations that may have inspired places in Barchester.


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‘Mutinous and quarrelsome’: Sources for researching the Civil War and Interregnum in Hampshire - Monday 18th October 2021

This illustrated talk will show how a wealth of manuscript and printed resources from 1642 to 1660 survives, giving insights into the military campaigns within Hampshire and civilian life, including social, religious and administrative aspects, during the years of war and the Interregnum that followed.


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