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Have you interviewed your parents or grandparents about their family...

Have you interviewed your parents or grandparents about their family history?

Familysearch has a useful wiki about creating oral histories including tips about who to interview and what to do before during and after the interview and links to other useful websites. Oral history gives a voice to those people who wouldn’t usually leave a written record.

Oral history Australia and Oral history NSW also have information and links to seminars and workshops.

The State Library of NSW has thousands of hours of oral histories on tape and in digital format and you can search for them on our Manuscripts, Oral history & Pictures database. We have started digitising our collection and they will be available on our website in the near future.

The National Library of Australia also has a large oral history collection and you can listen to some of these online on their Oral History and Folklore website

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