5 edition of Historical records of the Australian capital territory found in the catalog.
Historical records of the Australian capital territory
H. J. Gibbney
|Statement||compiled by H.J. Gibbney.|
|Contributions||Canberra & District Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||Z4166 .G53 1990, DU396 .G53 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||91185275|
Australia, New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory, Masonic Lodge Card Indexes, View the Images Australia, New South Wales and Australian Crown Territory Masonic Lodge Registers, Australian Capital Territory History, Language and Culture History of Australian Capital Territory. For thousands of years the indigenous Ngunnawal people lived in the area that is now known as the Australian Capital Territory, with earliest evidence of Aboriginal occupation dating b years.
In , Great Britain claimed Australia as a territory. The "First Fleet" of European settlers arrived in with ships of convicts. Six colonies were created in the late 18th and 19th centuries; they federated and became the Commonwealth of Australia in O’Connor, Australian Capital Territory, Australia: Australian Society of Archivists, (FHL book J54w.) Australian Archives. Relations in records: a Guide to Family History Sources in the Australian Archives. Canberra, Australia: Australian Government Publishing Service, (FHL book A3r.) The following book contains a listing.
Canberra, federal capital of the Commonwealth of Australia. It occupies part of the Australian Capital Territory, in southern Australia, and is about miles ( km) southwest of Sydney. Canberra lies astride the Molonglo River, which is a tributary of the Murrumbidgee River. This list is for historical novels set in Australia. Novels only and only historical -fiction and contemporary novels will be removed. Added 7/8 for clarification of the term historical novel - please see "Defining the Genre" at the HNS website. "To be deemed historical (in our sense), a novel must have been written at least fifty years after the events described, or have been.
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Government Records about the Australian Capital Territory - Book front cover Enlarge image - View image gallery This guide is number 25 in the series of research guides. Government Records about the Australian Capital Territory tells the story of the administration of Canberra and Territory over the last years.
The National Archives of Australia and ArchivesACT have been delighted to work together to produce this research guide to mark the centenary of the naming of Canberra as the national capital.
The earliest evidence of Aboriginal occupation of the Australian Capital Territory dates from s years ago. At the time of European settlement, the Ngunnawal were the main indigenous people in the region.
Aborigines came to the territory’s mountains each year in late spring to gather and feast on bogong moths. The official 'Historical Records of Australia' were collected and published by the Library Committee of the Commonwealth Parliament in order to create a series of historically accurate publications on the history of Australia, beginning inthe year the settlement at Port Jackson was founded.
Australian Capital Territory. Libraries hold a range of material that is useful for family history, including books, indexes, original manuscripts and photos. Many larger libraries have special family history librarians who can help you with your research.
You can apply for copies of records for family history purposes and ask them to. Historic death and marriage indexes from (the year the ACT registrations became separate from NSW) are available online.
To apply for a birth, death or marriage certificate for the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) contact the ACT Registrar of Births, Deaths and : Tony May.
This guide to Australian birth, death and marriage (BDM) records provides: Links to State and Territory Registry offices and to [their] freely accessible online indexes, where available; Links to Library networked BDM indexes (on eResources) Links to Library subscription resources (for access within the Library only).
The National Library of Australia acknowledges First Australian peoples as the Traditional Custodians of this country and their continued connection to land, sea, and culture. The National Library pays respect to the resilience and strength of Ancestors and Elders past, present, and emerging and extends that respect to all First Australian peoples.
The site for Australia’s capital city was selected in as a compromise between rivals Sydney and Melbourne, Australia's two largest cities, and sits in between the two.
The Australian Capital Territory is a three-hour drive from Sydney and a seven-hour drive from Melbourne with flights available from all major capital cities. Australian Capital Territory (A.C.T.), formerly Yass-Canberra, political entity of the Commonwealth of Australia consisting of Canberra, the national and territorial capital, and surrounding of the Australian Capital Territory lies within the Southern Tablelands district of New South Wales in southeastern Australia, but there is also an area of some 28 square miles (73 square km) to.
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Historical records of the Australian capital territory: a guide. [H J Gibbney; Canberra & District Historical Society.].
The Australia Act made Australia completely independent of the United Kingdom. no change to map: 11 May Jervis Bay Territory was split from the Australian Capital Territory to become its own territory. 7 July Elizabeth Reef and Middleton Reef were transferred from New South Wales to the Coral Sea Islands Territory.
Introduction: History of the Australian Capital Territory Part 1: Pre-European history Part 2: 19th century exploration. The history of the Australian Capital Territory as a Territory of Australia began after the Federation of Australia inwhen it was created in law as the site for Australia's capital city region has a long prior history of human habitation before the Territory's creation, however, with evidence of Indigenous Australian settlement dating back at le years.
The Australian Federal Police provides information here on how to apply for criminal history checks in Australia.
Deaths and Burials Index of overdeath and burial records filed in Australia between and National Library of Australia eBooks - selected books published by the Library and available as free downloads.
Australian Literary and Historical Texts - a collection of digitised, full text 19th and early 20th century Australian literary, historical and political works from the Sydney Electronic Text and Image Service (SETIS).
The geology of the Australian Capital Territory includes rocks dating from the Ordovician around million years ago, whilst most rocks are from the Silurian.
During the Ordovician period the region—along with most of eastern Australia—was part of the ocean floor. The area contains the Pittman Formation consisting largely of Quartz-rich sandstone, siltstone and shale; the Adaminaby Beds and the Acton Shale.
The Australian Capital Territory consists of the city of Canberra and some surrounding townships including Williamsdale, Naas, Uriarra, Tharwa and Hall.
The urban areas of Canberra are organised into a hierarchy of districts, town centres, group centres, local suburbs as Capital city: Canberra.The Australian Capital Territory family history research page lists data collections relevant to Australian Capital Territory.
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