Mary Howells
Mary is an historian with extensive experience in local history, local heritage surveys, and non-indigenous cultural heritage research; including writing concise and accurate citations for the Queensland Heritage Register.
Mary has also produced a range of web-based heritage tourism products including heritage trails and interpretation.
She was awarded the NTAQ Gold Award for Heritage Tourism 2003 for Logan River Tinnie Trail and a further Gold Award in 2007 for Ridge to Ridge – recollections from Woodridge to Park Ridge. She also published Logan – Creating a City – a Celebration of 25 Years in 2004 and Living on the Edge, Along Tingalpa Creek in 2000.
Skills and Services Offered
Cultural heritage research
Local history
Writing and publications
Historical research
Master of Philosophy (History), University of Queensland
Postgraduate Diploma (Applied History), University of Queensland
Publications and Experience

2006 Ridge to ridge: recollections from Woodridge to Park Ridge
2005 Logan: a celebration of 25 years
2004 Creating a City: recollections of the early days of Logan City Council
2003 Logan River Tinnie Trail : a heritage trail along the Logan River
2001 Living on the edge: along Tingalpa Creek a history of Upper Tingalpa, Capalaba and Thorneside
1999 The Essence of Logan: our suburbs
1999 The Essence of Logan: a brief history
1997 A history of the Fernbourne precinct, Wellington Point
1997 Redlands remembers: WWII memories of some Redlands residents

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