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Pre-Christmas Bonanza sale of back issues of the Journal of Australasian Mining History.

The AMHA has a large number of hard copy, back issues of JAMH and is having a special Christmas sale.

Any two volumes for $20 including postage.

Any five volumes for $35 including postage. While stock last! (Vol 1 no longer available) Prices in AUD$ overseas buyers should contact Mel Davies for postage and packing rates.

Send your orders to Mel Davies at mel.davies@uwa.edu.au

 

Volume 20 (2022) of the  Journal of Australasian Mining History is now available in digital form on the FOR MEMBERS page of the Website. The hard copy version is now printed  and in the mail.  Many thanks to all the cotributers who helped make this a full volume. This volume contains a memorial article for Robin McLaughlan, who sadly passed away shortly after he submitted the article on his favourite topic – Australians at the Klondike. 

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BURRA 2022 CONFERENCE A GREAT SUCCESS  The 2023 conference is planned for Reefton on the west coast of the South Island of New Zealand (watch NEXT CONFERENCE for details).

 

 

AUGUST ZOOM PRESENTATION 

The presentation by Lee Spencer  on The Emperor Gold Mine, Fiji is  now available on YouTube. See the For Members page under Online Presentations for the link.

HISTORY OF THE AMHA – THE FIRST 25 YEARS

The 25 Year History of the AMHA is now up on the For Members page of the website.

MARKETING VOLUNTEER

The AMHA is seeking a volunteer to assist with a marketing campaign to promote the activities of the Association and attract new members. Please contact the Secretary (Ruth Kerr) or the President (Nick Williams) if you are interested in helping out with this important initiative.

JOBS AND POSITIONS AVAILABLE

We are still seeking a volunteer from our members to join the Web Administration Group. A great chance to assist the AMHA and learn some new skills.

MINING HISTORY RESEARCH RESOURCES

A compilation of online resources to assist Members in their mining history research has recently been added to the website on the For Members tab (under Membership).

UPDATED STYLE GUIDE FOR JAMH

For budding authors and contributors to the Journal of Australasian Mining History, an updated version of the Style Guide is now available on the website (see under Journal Information – Instructions for Contributors.