This, the main record of our activities, has been published since 1875.  It has from the start included learned articles on a wide range of subjects with relevance to Jersey.  It has also contained transcriptions of historical documents from our archives and elsewhere.  It is the most important starting point for any research on Jersey history, natural history, archaeology and geology.

The Bulletin has now been digitised in its entirety and is available, fully searchable, on this website. Volumes will appear on the digital archive four years after their publication in print.

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