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Great Britain. National Archives: The A2A database contains catalogues of archives held across England and dating from the 900s to the present day. These archives are cared for in local record offices and libraries, universities, museums and national and specialist institutions across England, where they are made available to the public.
: A site claiming to be the worlds largest collection of abbreviations and acronymns and initialisms. Entries are organised by a wide variety of categories from computing and the Web to governmental, medicine and business.
Abebooks.com: Abebooks, formerly Advanced Book Exchange, is an online marketplace that includes used books, many rare and out-of-print, and also a growing number of new books. In addition to books, there are magazines, journals, illustration art, vintage photographs, and paper ephemera. There is also an option to search booksellers by name or country.
National Library of Australia: A guide to the print resources relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders at the National Library of Australia
T. Matthew Ciolek: This site contains links to indigenous studies resources for Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. The links are listed under the following headings: General Resources; Governmental Web Resources; Australian Native Title; Koori Web Resources; Aboriginal History; Aboriginal Languages; Aboriginal Studies Bibliographies; University Programs; Intercultural Relationships; Aboriginal Art & Culture; and Aboriginal Online Bookstore.
Acronym Finder: Acronym Finder contains more than 3 million acronyms, abbreviations and initialisms. You can search or filter terms from the following categories: information technolofy; military and government; business and finance; science and medicine; organizations and schools; slang and pop culture.
ACT Heritage Library: The A.C.T. electoral rolls for the years 1916, 1917, 1928, 1935, 1943, 1949, 1955, 1959 and 1967.
ACT Government: Multi-layered online mapping, imagery and land information for the Australian Capital Territory. Allows for customised maps to be created and printed.
ACT Government: The ACT Memorial honours men and women who have an association with the ACT and who served in conflicts, peacekeeping missions and related service throughout the world, some of whom paid the supreme sacrifice. The Memorial has two parts: the physical Memorial, located opposite Civic Square on London Circuit; and this web site, containing a database of names and information about the people honoured by the Memorial. The website contains a database of people associated with the ACT who are eligible for the Roll of Honour and Commemorative Roll of the Australian War Memorial. It includes those who died during or as a result of war, warlike operations, peace-keeping missions, as the result of military service, or on humanitarian missions.
ACT Planning and Land Authority: The ACT Planning and Land Authority is responsible for the naming of public places in the ACT (nomenclature). Public places include districts, divisions (suburbs), streets, parks and geographical features. This part of the ACT Planning and Land Authority web site includes general information on Canberra's place names, names Acts, naming policies, origins of district and suburb names and the Place Names Committee.