Mary Howells

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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