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Barbara Webster
About: Barbara Webster undertakes historical research and writing about people, places, organisations, institutions, events and environments. Her particular interest is Central Queensland history.
About: Dr Jonathan (Jack) Ford is a professional historian specialising in military history and the history of Brisbane’s various suburbs or buildings.
About: Janet King is the Director of Queensland Energy Museum and responsible for establishing Memories of Energy Groups (MEGs) and Memories of Energy Trails (METs) throughout Queensland.
About: Kay Cohen is an experienced historian specialising in government administration, the history of organisations, and Queensland’s history and cultural heritage. She is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland.
Lesley Jenkins
About: Lesley has a long interest in history and community. Her many awards demonstrate both skill and experience.
AWARDS National Trust – Now and Then, A Gold Coast Journey from the past to the present GCCC 2010
National Trust – Highway Heritage GCCC – 2008
Churchill Fellow 2004 – Oral History
Life Member – Oral History Queensland -2007
Margaret Cook
About: Margaret Cook is a freelance historian who specialises in non-Indigenous cultural heritage and social and environmental history.
Peter Ludlow
About: A former hospital pharmacist, I now devote myself full time as a professional researcher/biographer/author, specializing in, but not limited to, the collecting of local history in the Moreton Bay area. This I disseminate into the community through my self published books, lectures to local community groups, and since 1997, by maintaining an Internet webpage at www.moretonbayhistory.com.
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Tereza De Guara
About: Tereza De Guara is a freelance historian.
Tony Brady
About: An independent historian researching and writing histories and significance assessments for institutions, organisations and individuals. My style of writing draws on high level research of primary and secondary sources that are presented in a narrative style. This approach provides academic level research that is readily comsumed by the general reader. I endevour to provide an empathetic view of history though weaving the lived experience of individuals into my narratives. History should be felt while it is learned.