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1. FreeIDP Database of Research on International Education

ACER Cunningham Library: Contains details of more than 12,000 books, articles, conference papers and reports on various aspects of international education from publishers in Australia and abroad. Maintained by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), the database houses material published from 1990 onwards. Includes links to full text content.

2. FreeImmigrant Ships to New Zealand, 1835-1910

This is an index of approximately 3000 ships that visited New Zealand. Arranged by port, then by year of visit.

3. FreeIndexes to Assisted Immigrants, 1839-96 (New South Wales and Queensland)

State Records Authority of New South Wales: This resource provides name indexes to Assisted Immigrants arriving in the ports of Port Phillip, Sydney and Newcastle, and Moreton Bay (Brisbane). The index covers all the ports although they can be searched as separate indexes for: Port Phillip (1839 - 1851) Sydney and Newcastle (1844 - 1859) Moreton Bay (1848 - 1859), Sydney (1860-1879) and Sydney (1880 - 1896). The index contains references to Persons on Bounty Ships to New South Wales, Newcastle on microfilm on Open Access in the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room.

4. FreeIndexes to Convict Records

State Records Authority of New South Wales: Combines seven of the State Records Authority's records into a single database. Indexes are: Certificates of Freedom 1823-69, Convict Bank Accounts 1837-70, Tickets of Exemption from Government Labor 1827-32, Tickets of Leave Certificates of Emancipation and Pardons 1810-19, Tickets of Leave 1810-75, Ticket of Leave Passports 1835-69, Convict Death Register 1828-79. Also includes 'Sentenced Beyond the Seas', a project to digitise and index Australia's early convict records (currently, as of January 2013, covering the period 1788-1801).

5. FreeIndexes to Immigrants, Queensland

Queensland State Archives: This site provides access to the various immigration indexes at the Queensland State Archives. Lists are primarily for assisted passengers from the United Kingdom and Europe and cover the span of years from 1848 to 1940. Examples of indexes include Assistant Immigration Agent Maryborough 1875-1884 and 1884-1907, Passage Certificates 1887-1906. Indexes provide peoples names in alphabetical order and include Queensland State Archives References.

6. FreeIndex New Zealand: INNZ

RMIT Publishing: Index New Zealand (INNZ) is an index with abstracts from selected New Zealand serial publications journals, including newspapers and nearly 300 journals about New Zealand and the South Pacific. INNZ is updated daily and approximately 2,000 documents are added monthly. Subjects covered include general interest material, social research, current affairs, the arts and humanities. Comprehensive coverage of titles extends from 1987 onwards. Many New Zealand titles have also been retrospectively indexed. This resource is available in alternative formats: Microfiche 1991-1992; 1996 available in the Newspaper Reading Room

7. FreeIndex to Census Records 1837-1857 (Tasmania)

Archives Office of Tasmania: In 1840 a Census Commission was established to conduct a census of the Tasmanian population. The index includes census taken in the following years: 1837, 1838, 1842, 1843, 1848, 1851, and 1857.

8. FreeIndex to Certificates of Freedom, 1823-1869 (New South Wales)

State Records Authority of New South Wales: Each entry in the index provides convict's surname, forename, aliases (if any), ship, year of arrival, Certificate of Freedom or Colonial Certificate of Freedom number, date of Certificate, State Records item number, Reel number(s), and remarks.

9. FreeIndex to Convict Applications for Permission to Marry 1829-1857 (Tasmania)

Archives Office of Tasmania: People who were convicts in Tasmania were not permitted to marry either each other or free people without approval from the Convict Department authorities. The index contains entries for most (but not all) people during the period 1829 to 1857. The actual applications have not survived and registers (CON45, CON52) have been the source for this index. These registers have a two-line entry for each application. The information listed is: applicant's surname and given name; an extra identifier (if two convicts arrived on the same ship and had the same name); the name of the ship the convict arrived on, or 'free' if the person was not a convict; the date of the application; the reference number for the application; the reference number for the marriage record if this has been included.

10. FreeIndex to Convict Tickets of Leave, 1810-1875 (New South Wales)

State Records Authority of New South Wales: An index to NSW Convict Tickets of Leave. A Ticket of Leave was evidence that a convict was allowed to work outside the assignment system. Each butt gives the following information: prisoner's number, name, ship arrived on, master of ship, year of arrival, native place, trade or calling, offence, place of trial, date of trial, sentence, year of birth, complexion, height, colour of hair, colour of eyes, general remarks, the district prisoner is allocated to, the Bench who recommended him, and the date of issue of ticket. There are also notes of change of district, conditional pardons, etc. on most of the butts. The index contains references to the Ticket of Leave Butts: 1827 - 1867 (SR Reels AO 909-65, 2688A) available in the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room on Open Access.

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