Ancestry is the world's largest online family history resource. Search more than 11 billion records from around the world. Access Ancestry Library Edition on any computer in every library or via your mobile device with Library WiFi.
Resource with linked cemetery details, burial registers, headstone transcripts and photographs for your family and local history research.
British Library Newspapers part of Gale Historical Newspapers contains full runs of influential national and regional newspapers representing different political and cultural segments of British society. 1741 - 1950. Newspapers are fully text searchable, view entire pages or individual articles and save, bookmark, e-mail and print results. Enter your library card number to access from home.
Millions of pages of historical newspapers from the United Kingdom and Ireland are continually being added here. Search articles by keyword, name, location, date or title. Please note: Researchers are asked to register with an email address and password when using the BNA, and to sign in when they access the database each time. You will be able to save personal searches, bookmark articles and more. Login to access these at each visit and go to the "my research" tab.
Described as the "the newspaper that rules Britain", the Daily Mail has been at the heart of British journalism since 1896, regularly changing the course of government policy and setting the national debate. Part of Gale Historical Newspapers. Enter your library card number to access from home.
FamilySearch International is the largest genealogy organization in the world. Millions of people use this free website to access records, resources and services to learn more about their family history. The historical records collection spans billions of names across hundreds of international collections including birth, marriage, death, probate, learn, military and more. An enhanced search feature allows searches by location, event, collection and parents. Access user submitted genealogies, the catalogue includes billions of records on microfilm which are progressively being digitised and indexed. Family History Books includes over 80,000 digitised family history publications. A Research Wiki, Research course, discussion forums and online assistance can also be accessed here.
Discover billions of historical records from around the world, covering Australia, New Zealand, England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and the United States. Records for your research in Victoria include electoral rolls (name or address search), birth, death and marriage indexes, Petty Session registers, Victoria Police Gazette, Passenger lists and more.
Access the Library Edition via any of Yarra Plenty Regional Library’s public computers or through our free Wi-Fi. Please note we have a limited seat licence. If you are unable to gain access, wait 15 minutes and try again.
Explore over 400 years of Gale historical newspapers from the UK including the British Library newspapers series. Illustrated London News Historical Archive, 1842-2003, the Sunday Times Digital Archive, 1822-2016, the Telegraph Historical Archive, 1855-2000 and the Times Digital Archive, 1785 - 2013. Newspapers are fully text searchable, view entire pages or individual articles and save, bookmark, e-mail and print results. Access various collections, via this single search platform or via their individual URLS. Access from home with your library card. Enter your library card number to access from home.
Presents a vivid picture of British and world events - including news of war, disasters, royalty, social affairs, the arts and science.
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An online learning resource from Museums Victoria to support students, individuals and community groups to investigate and create a short digital history. This resource guides you through the process to research, produce and share a digital history about a person or event. Follow the modules to research, create and share family and community stories.
Has your research hit a dead end? Are you struggling to find what you’re looking for? The National Library of Australia's research guides can help! They steer you through our rich collections and provide advice on a wide range of topics, including Australian literature, aerial photographs and their Pacific collection.
The Ryerson Index is a free index to death notices appearing in Australian newspapers. The date range covered extends from the Sydney Gazette of 1803 up to newspapers published within the last week or so. The Index also includes many funeral notices, and some probate notices and obituaries. The Index grows at a rate of over 100 entries per day. It includes over 340 newspaper and has over 6,800,000 entries. Search by surname or even by place name alone.
Scrapbooking is a crafting and documenting activity that involves taking books or albums with blank pages and adding photos, memorabilia, journaling, and embellishments. It is a fun way to unleash your creativity and preserve precious family memories. Learn how to scrapbook like a pro with tutorials, instructions and inspirational ideas.
The Sunday Times (UK) Digital Archive is a gateway to the greatest crimes, careers and culture of the last 190 years.
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This fully searchable digital archive encompasses what was once the world's largest-selling newspaper. The archive is fully text searchable, view entire pages or individual articles and save, bookmark, e-mail and print results. Part of Gale Historical Newspapers. Enter your library card number to access from home.
This archive covers over 200 years of The Times (London) , one of the most highly regarded resources for eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth-century news coverage. Hailed as the world’s “newspaper of record”, The Times is regarded as the most authoritative medium for political, legal, business and social news. Enter your library card number to access from home.
Trove is a valuable constantly growing free resource about Australia and Australians. It searches resources from its own holdings and those of other Australian institutions, including hundreds of newspaper titles and magazines, including The Australian Women's Weekly, journals, books, articles, letters, archives, maps, photos, music, sound, video, archived websites and more.
Search Victorian Historical indexes free for your family history research. Births to 1914, Marriages to 1942 and Deaths to 1988.
Victorian Collections is a central portal to over 100,000 collection items and cultural treasures held by local history and community groups distributed across Victoria. It includes local collections including Eltham District Historical Society, Greensborough Historical Society and City of Whittlesea
Search this online archive 1836-1997 by place name or family name. You can find information about land transactions, court notices, government appointments, bankruptcies, proclamation of acts, de-registration of medical practitioners, statistics, tenders, unclaimed letters and monies, reward notices, and more.
Discover the history of every town, city, suburb, village and settlement in Victoria. Over 1600 places with a population of over 200 people are listed. Navigate by the search or browse facility.