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  1. The Maritime History Archive collects and preserves documents relating to the history of maritime activities in Newfoundland and Labrador and throughout the North Atlantic world. The agreements and logbooks for voyages terminating in the years 1863 - 1938 are indexed and can be searched. program searches by official number only. (Official numbers can be found in Mercantile Navy Lists or Lloyd's Registers.)The databases accessed by this search will inform the visitor whether a particular archive has the crew agreement. They will not provide any information on the agreement's contents. To obtain that data he or she will need to contact the appropriate institution. Also Index of Newfoundland Captains, 1820-1889
    http://www.mun.ca/mha
  2. Links to historical Indian newspapers and journals online.
    http://wiki.fibis.org/index.php?title=Newspapers_and_journals_online
    Tags: by family_history (02 Sep 2014)
  3. Historical Jewish newspapers from around the world. Languages include Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Russian, French, Hungarian, Judeo-Arabic.
    http://web.nli.org.il/sites/JPress/English/Pages/default.aspx
  4. Search page for Norwegian newspapers. Right-click on page and select "translate to english". Newspapers will be in Norwegian, of course.
    http://www.nb.no/nbsok/advanced_search?mediatype=aviser
  5. This online resource provides free access to historic Cambridge (Boston USA) newspapers and is a project of the Cambridge Public Library Archives and Special Collections.
    This collection contains 6,346 issues comprising 59,070 pages, and 669,406 articles. Newspapers include the Cambridge Chronicle (1846-1923), the Cambridge Press (1887-1889), the Cambridge Sentinel (1903-1912), and the Cambridge Tribune (1887-1923).
    This collection also contains 40,634 subject cards and 13,099 obituary cards that index Cambridge newspapers published between 1950 and 2008.
    http://cambridge.dlconsulting.com
  6. This collection contains 72,729 issues comprising 603,681 pages and 6,876,356 articles. 1846-2012
    The California Digital Newspaper Collection is a project of the Center for Bibliographical Studies and Research (CBSR) at the University of California, Riverside.
    http://cdnc.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/cdnc
  7. Large collection of historical papers, books, directories, etc. from the colonies of the Netherlands. Browse by region or subject to see what may be available.
    http://colonial.library.leiden.edu/cgi-bin/ubl.exe
  8. Digitised reports from the Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives in New Zealand and the Votes and Proceedings. Fully searchable and includes lots of names.
    http://atojs.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/atojs
  9. Vietnamese language newspapers from 1890-1955. Not a lot loaded as yet.
    http://baochi.nlv.gov.vn
    Tags: by family_history (02 Sep 2014)
  10. Digitised Finnish newspapers. In Finnish.
    http://digi.lib.helsinki.fi/sanomalehti
    Tags: by family_history (02 Sep 2014)
  11. Background and sources for surviving registers.
    http://www.genguide.co.uk/source/roman-catholic-registers-and-records/30
    Tags: by family_history (02 Sep 2014)
  12. A variety of records from the ACT. Includes 1913 ACT census
    (alphabetical list of househlders under place name).
    http://www.hotkey.net.au/~jwilliams4/act.htm
  13. Historical and family history sources for Canberra.
    http://www.canberrahistoryweb.com
  14. Canberra public cemeteries search page.
    http://www.canberracemeteries.com.au
  15. ArchivesACT provides access to publicly available ACT Government records older than 20 years.
    http://www.archives.act.gov.au
  16. This site was created for the centenary of WWI. It contains original records from the following: Australian Imperial Force; Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force; Royal Australian Navy; Australian Flying Corps; Australian Army Nursing Service; depot unit personnel; official artists, photographers, war correspondents and historians such as C.E.W. Bean; internees; munitions workers; New Zealand Boer War service records. You can also contribute your own photographs and stories.
    http://discoveringanzacs.naa.gov.au
  17. This index may assist researchers to access medical journals that have been copied as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project (AJCP).
    http://grthom.info/medjour.html
  18. This website is in memory of all the hospitals that have closed in London since the NHS came into being in 1948.
    Includes:
    alphabetical list of hospitals
    list of hospital by postcode
    gazetteer
    a brief history of healthcare provision in London
    Useful references
    http://ezitis.myzen.co.uk
  19. This site has a searchable roll of honour with the names of over 1.7 million men and women who died in Commonwealth forces during the two world wars. The place of burial or commemoration is given. In July 2014 a large number of digitised records relating to deaths, burials and identifications were added to the website.
    http://www.cwgc.org
  20. These pages contain details of the registers of population (census) of Gibraltar going back to 1777. The early registers have been put on-line first and others will follow later. This material can be accessed for free and data is searchable.
    http://nationalarchives.gi/gna/Default.aspx
    Tags: by family_history (22 Jul 2014)

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