This category contains links to states and localities with history related sites.
Companion website to the PBS series written and hosted by Robert Hughes. An introduction to some of the individuals Robert Hughes talks with and about as he explores the history and culture of Australia.
General information on eleven different explorers for primary school children.
A biographical database of Australian doctors to 1875. Includes background material on medical history, colonial medical life, medical qualifications and timeline
Historical background on Australian convict culture, information on a selection of artists, and convict-inspired crafts.
Through this site you can see some of the documents that helped create the Federation of Australia.
General history of Australia, from the World History Archives.
Illustrated and carefully annotated guide to links focused specifically on the history, lore, sacred traditions, arts, and beliefs of the Aboriginal Peoples of Australia by Kathleen Jenks, Ph.D.
Features an 1893 map of explorers' routes, plus links to online biographies of the explorers, and the text of a book chapter on Australian exploration by naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace.
Articles on "the history of working class struggle and anarchism in Australia".
The history of the invention of the world's first automatic totalisator in Australia in 1913 by George Julius.
Extensive links to articles and scholarly resources from the WWW Virtual Library History Network, maintained by Philip George of Index NZ.
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