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Genealogical Society of the Northern Territory Inc: Index of Northern Territory related deaths were extracted from cemeteries registers, headstones, newspapers, probates and police journals. Contains 31,000 records mainly from the NT but some Territorians who died or were buried in other places. ONLY AVAILABLE ON THE JUKE BOX PC IN THE NEWSPAPERS AND FAMILY HISTORY ZONE OF THE MAIN READING ROOM.
Northern Territory Department of Planning and Infrastructure: Search for names registered under the Place Names Act as well as names appearing on current and historical maps and in historical publications. Can search using either a simple or advanced search. The Register is continually being updated and new place names being added.
American National Standards Institute: NSSN is a free online information service providing access to bibliographic information for more than 300,000 approved standards. Search the online catalog for title words or document numbers to find out if the standard you need exists, and if so, NSSN will tell you where to obtain the standard.
University of Sydney: NSW Archaeology Online is a sustainable digital archive of information about the archaeology and heritage of important cultural places in New South Wales. Includes previously unpublished consultancy and student research reports (the grey-literature), many dating from prior to 1990. Also includes slides and photographs of industrial and other sites taken as part of historical archaeology research and consultancy projects conducted before 1995.
Parliamentary Library (NSW): An alphabetic personal subject index, compiled as an in-house reference aid, covering items in a whole range of newspapers, but chiefly from the Sydney Morning Herald and the Daily Telegraph.
NTIS: Containing over 2.0 million bibliographic records, the NTIS Database is the preeminent resource for accessing the latest research sponsored by the United States and select foreign governments. Contents include research reports, computer products, software, video cassettes, audio cassettes and more. The complete electronic file dates back to 1964. On average, NTIS adds over 30,000 new records per year to the Database. Most records include abstracts.