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Resources and toolkits for your family, social, local or special interest history projects.  We help you to create, explore and share, your own unique and intriguing perspective on your history.
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Go to Intriguing Resources

Specialist resources for you and your history project, curated collections and archives, catalogued and focused on our historical themes, mapping resources, tools and techniques for family, social, local history...[more]

Go to Intriguing Family History FREE Web Service

Map your history, make new connections and gain new insights into your project, a free web service for family social and local historians, just a click away... [more]

Go to Intriguing Connections

Create your own Intriguing Connections for your family, local or special interest history project. Hassle free, up and running fast, so you can focus on what matters most , enjoying and progressing yo… [more]

 
Collection of History Toolkit Ideas and How to Use...

New investigation of the Virginia Pars Map reveals some intriguing new evidence for the 'Lost Colony' [more]

Mapping Manchester a set of intriguing online resources to help you narrate and gain insight into your own family history... Related posts: Historic Maps of London Historic maps of London pain[more]

Family history is a data rich hobby, collecting, organizing and analyzing the data takes years of hard work which is why using cloud computing has become such a vital part of the family history toolki[more]

Family history involves collecting, organizing and retrieving masses of disparate data, is an enormous task. Seeing connections across pieces of data is vital but difficult to manage. Family historian[more]

Family History and Cloud Computing

How can use 'cloud computing' to aid your family history research. Think of the volume of data you have stored about the history of your family. Are you sure your data is backed up and retrievable in [more]

The Tabula Peutingeriana is an intriguing ancient map, looking not unlike an underground map and serving a similar purpose but for the whole of the Roman Empire. Related posts: Dumnonia and Dumnonii [more]

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Mapping Manchester a set of intriguing online resources to help you narrate and gain insight into your own family history... Related posts: Historic Maps of London Historic maps of London pain[more]

Confucius Family Tree Digitized

The largest family tree in the world, that of the Chinese philosopher Confusius has been digitized. Related posts: Family History Books 40,000 Digitized Books Try this free resource from Family Se[more]

‘Your Paintings’ A Resource for Historians

The ‘art of the possible’, The BBC has announced the public beta launch of a new initiative to bring the UK’s entire collection of oil paintings to the Internet for the first time. I[more]

Build Your Own Historic Timelines

Chronology and the sequence of the events and the relationship and dependencies and connections between them, all very intriguing. Lots of tools say they help you build custom timelines but after a lo[more]

Hampshire History Project Live at HGS Open Day

HGS Open Day was a lively and engaging event, we were demonstrating this new and evolving project as an example of the tools, resources, techniques and approach we are taking to our workshops, project[more]

Are you thinking about buying a 7 inch Tablet?

What use is a 7" and which do you choose and why not just gor the Ipad, The Kindle range is expanding, Google have their own product and what about the Ipad Mini...? Do you really want to spend twice [more]

Have you got Plantagenet Ancestors?

Are there skeletons in your cupboard with right royal connections? Was a place or person of noble or royal birth? Can you trace your family tree back to the Plantagenet bloodlines? Take a look at some[more]

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‘Your Paintings’ A Resource for Historians

The ‘art of the possible’, The BBC has announced the public beta launch of a new initiat[more]

Build Your Own Historic Timelines

Chronology and the sequence of the events and the relationship and dependencies and connections betw[more]

Share Your Project and Collaborate

Share, Connect, Collaborate and build your knowledge base. Learn and share with others interested in[more]

Mapping Your History Workshop

Maps,antique, modern and customised are a key device for examining and analysing the evidence, facts[more]

Hampshire History Project Live at HGS Open Day

HGS Open Day was a lively and engaging event, we were demonstrating this new and evolving project as[more]

Will the TNA JISC funded Mapping the Blitz Project help those of us that funded it with our hard ear[more]

Are you thinking about buying a 7 inch Tablet?

What use is a 7" and which do you choose and why not just gor the Ipad, The Kindle range is expandin[more]

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