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People+Place Occupancy Database

La Trobe University
Dr Penny Crook (Aggregated by) Professor Tim Murray (Aggregated by)
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Copyright in the dataset is held by the Industry Partners of the Exploring the Archaeology of the Modern City Project. Unauthorised copying or use of its contents or design is prohibited. Potential users should contact Professor Tim Murray for information about how to obtain permission.

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The People+Place database is a customised relational database, created in Microsoft Access, and designed to store, display, search and analyse historical occupancy data about Individuals and Buildings or Places in which they lived or worked. While its primary aim is to link archaeological assemblages with the houses, shops and pubs from which they were excavated and the people who lived and worked there, it also serves the needs of historians or heritage managers undertaking site-specific or neighbourhood research.

The People+Place database has three major features:

* It has the capacity to hold data from many different types of historical sources, encompassing Birth Certificates, Council Rates records, newspaper articles and manuscripts that mention a particular building, occupant or landlord.
* It records both this ‘raw’ data and summarised biographies about people and places, enabling future users to verify the information presented to them.
* It tracks filial and other relationships between individuals linked to the study area, including marriages, parents and siblings, business partnerships and friendships.

Data time period: 10 1804 to 19 06 1934

151.20644,-33.86004 151.21170,-33.86345 151.21252,-33.86959 151.20483,-33.88012

151.208675,-33.87008

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Archaeology of the Modern City

uri : http://www.latrobe.edu.au/amc/reports.html

A list of publications by La Trobe University Archaeologists Tim Murray and Penny Crook

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