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U.S. National Library of Medicine: PubMed Central is a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM). As well as current material, some digitised content dates back to the mid 1800s or early 1900s. Also provides a link to PubMed, a database of citations and abstracts for millions of articles from thousands of journals. PubMed includes links to full-text articles at several thousand journal web sites as well as to most of the articles in PubMed Central.
Queensland Historical Atlas: A website exploring the Queensland landscape through the themes of: distinctiveness, perceptions, Queenslanders, movement, pathways, separation, conflict, imagination, memory, curiosity, exploitation, transformation, survival, pleasure. It uses maps from both Queensland's and Australia's history to illustrate and anchor the articles and themes. More than 110 researchers have contributed to the atlas, including scholars from every Queensland university.
State Government of Queensland: Search for place names through the Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines.
Centre for the Government of Queensland: This is a website containing all the places in Queensland, including cities, suburbs, towns and villages, that have now or once had a population over 500. The entries include cities, towns, villages and suburbs of major cities and regional towns, including places which have had a variable population over time. Entries typically include historical description, details of population changes, historical images from private and other collections, and recommendations for further reading.
Centre for the Government of Queensland: Queensland Speaks presents interviews with key politicians (including former premiers), senior public servants and others (including academics and office holders in political parties), providing insight into the personal and political world of decision making in Queensland from 1968-2008.
Melbourne University and Monash University Australian Research Council: The Reason in Revolt project aims to bring together primary source documents of Australian radicalism as a readily accessible digitised resource. By 'radical' we refer to those who aimed to make society more equal and to emancipate the exploited or oppressed. As it grows and develops, the project website will become an expanding record of the movements, institutions, venues and publications through which radicals sought to influence Australian society. Search under headings:Activists,Cultural Forms, Political Groups, Political Movements, Political Parties, Political Philosophies, Writers, Utopianism and Dystopia.
This website contains reference tools arranged under the following headings - almanacs, biographies, calculators and conversion tools, census data and demographics, dates and times, dictionaries and thesauri, encyclopedias, genealogy, geography and maps, health, people finder, quotations, and style and writing guides.
Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney-General: The Queensland Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages offers a free online historical index search of all births 1829 to 1914, deaths 1829-1983 and marriages 1829 to 1938, that occurred in Queensland.
West Australian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages: Online index to Western Australian birth, death and marriage records provided by the WA Department of the Attorney General. The birth index covers the period 1841-1932, the marriage index covers the period 1841-1936 and the death index covers the period 1841-1971.
Sydney Dead Persons Society: The Ryerson Index is an index to death notices appearing in current Australian newspapers and includes some funeral notices, probate notices and obituaries. The index covers mostly New South Wales newspapers, although some newspapers from other States are included.