This article, from almost 130 years ago, defines our reason to post for Trove Tuesday. As researchers, reading newspapers from a time when our ancestors relied on their existence for the characteristics listed by the Colac Herald, we gain an insight into life at another time, or “a bird’s-eye view of all the magnanimity and meanness, the joys and the griefs, one births and deaths, the pride and the poverty of the world…”
June 25, 2013
Trove Tuesday – What a Newspaper is…
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