The Bellarine Research Centre
Although we haven't yet achieved one central index, we now have indexes to many of our large collections. And if they aren't yet indexed, then you will find simple to follow instructions on how to find that elusive entry.
There are now only FOUR simple steps to follow :
|1.||Laminated Sheet |
On one side "Where to look for People" and on the other "Where to look for Towns / Places / Buildings".
Each side contains a list of places to look including a brief description of the item and its location.
|2.||Research Guides |
Each item mentioned on the laminated sheet has a page in the Research Guides folder giving :-
|3.||Research Centre Indexes / Files - TWO options |
|4.||Source Material |
In many cases, the Bellarine Historical Society holds the source material or copies referenced in the indexes, however some items are only available in full from the Geelong Historical Record Centre, such as the Geelong Advertiser, Shire of Bellarine Rate Books and the Drysdale Court Registers (all on microfilm).