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Newcastle City Council: A subject index to the Newcastle Herald, the Newcastle (NSW) newspaper since the 1860's containing valuable information about the development of the Newcastle area. The index has been compiled by the Newcastle Region Library and provides access to over 160,000 articles of local significance for the years 1869-1943.
State Archives and Records Authority of New South Wales: The Archives Resources Kit (ARK) produced by the State Archives and Records Authority of NSW contains microfilm copies of their most popular and heavily used colonial records. Included are records to do with convict arrivals, assisted immigrants, births deaths and marriages, publicans licences, electoral rolls, naturalisation records, returns of the colony, land grants and records relating to the Colonial Secretary (1788-1825). All microfilm is held by the National Library.
NSW Land and Property Information: Historical parish, town and pastoral maps showing land ownership from the late 19th to mid 20th Centuries. Search the Historical Lands Record Viewer to find historic cadastral maps for NSW by county, civil parish or town name.
Informit: Index to births, deaths and marriages registered in New South Wales 1788 to 1888 (Pioneers series) NSW Church baptisms, marriage and burial records 1788-1856 (incomplete) NSW official birth, death and marriage records 1856-1888
Informit: Index to NSW birth, death and marriage records, 1889-1918 (Federation series)
New South Wales. Department of Attorney General and Justice: Provides a free online historical index search to the Index to Births (1788-1915), Deaths (1788-1985), and Marriages (1788-1965) in New South Wales. Additional information for early entries and a birth index to 1918 are available on reading room computers. Some pre 1856 parish records are also available in the Newspapers and Family History zone of the Main Reading Room in Microfilm Drawer 'New South Wales 1", call number mfm N 229.
LPI NSW: Topographic maps of New South Wales. Generally are available at scales of 1:25,000 in the eastern region, 1:50,000 in the central region and 1:100,000 in the western region of NSW.
Library of Congress: Collection of links to newspaper indexes, archives and search engines.
Northern Territory Library: NewspaperNT is a free site that contains newspapers published digitally within the Northern Territory. It currently contains seven newspaper titles. Some titles have a 2 month embargo imposed by the publishers (check our catalogue for print or microfilm versions). NewspaperNT is hosted by the Northern Territory Library and forms part of their Territory Stories website.