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National Library of Australia: A guide to United States congressional publications held at the National Library of Australia. Refers to documents held in both print and online formats, including the microfiche collection of documents from the United States Government Printing Office (SUDOC collection).
Western Australian Genealogical Society: This CD-ROM contains the details of baptisms recorded in the registers that have passed through the Uniting Church of Australia, Synod of Western Australia Archives up to 1999. Approximately 72,000 entries show the following data - Surname, Given Name (of person being baptised), Father/Mothers Name, Family Residence, Father/Mothers Occupation, Birth/Baptism Dates, Denomination, Place of Baptism, Parish/Circuit, Minister, Register Index #1/2, Remarks.
Gould Genealogy: This is a collection of death records found in various South Australian sources that do not seem to have been registered with the Principal Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages in Adelaide.
U.S Government Printing Office: Previously known as GPO Access, FDYS Federal Digital System provides free online access to official U.S. Federal government publications. Via FDSYS the U.S. GPO provides perpetual free public access to print and digital publications of the U.S. Government by managing digital publications from Congress and Federal agencies, gathering publications from Federal Government Web sites, and scanning previously printed publications. The information provided on this site is the official, published version and can be used without restriction, unless specifically noted.
State Government of Victoria: This database holds more than 190,000 road and place names, including landscape features such as mountains and rivers, bounded localities such as suburbs, towns, cities and regions, and physical infrastructure such as roads, reserves and schools.
State Library of Victoria: This online archive of historic government gazettes provides access to over 160 years of official information published in and about Victoria. It contains images of every relevant page in the Victoria Government Gazette produced since 1836, as well as a searchable index based on the published indexes in each publication. Not all names in the Gazette are indexed. First published in the earliest days of the colony, the Victoria Government Gazette (1836 to 1997) documents the official notifications of government decisions and legal actions to other governments, government agencies and the general public.
RMIT Publishing: A bibliographic database that indexes articles on auditing and related business topics from 1988 onwards. Source documents are taken from selected Australian and overseas journals. Coverage favours Victorian material, but extends to all Australian states, as well as some British, American, Canadian and New Zealand material. Subject coverage includes; auditing, internal auditing, public finance and public administration; selected articles on business, politics and economic conditions as they relate to public affairs; computing, management and training information with a government bias; and a small number of Victorian government media releases.
Dave Evans: This CD is an index of names of people who were killed or injured in mining accidents in Victoria from the earliest known up to 2002.
Victorian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages: Provides access to the Historical Index containing information on Victorian births (1853-1912), marriages (1853-1942), deaths (1853-1985) and church baptisms, marriages and burials (1836-1853). Also provides access to the Marine Index, containing over 6,200 entries relating to births, marriages and deaths that happened between 1853 and 1920 onboard international and coastal ships bound for port in Victoria. A fee to search the indexes applies.
Brill: VKI is the longest running series of monographs and edited volumes on the humanities and social sciences of Southeast Asia, and to date almost 300 volumes have been published by internationally renowned scholars. The books were originally published between 1938 and 1986, and provide an indispensable research collection on Southeast Asia, and especially Indonesia. The first 100 volumes have been made available on Open Access from Brill and KITLV, an institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.