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Free access to 19th century Newspapers

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Patricia

Patricia Report 6 Oct 2012 14:00

Moonbeam,

Thankyou for that suggestion. I live in Western Australia. You have halped me with a thought of contacting the Alexander Library in Perth.


Moonbeam

Moonbeam Report 7 Oct 2012 04:20

Here's some other Australian sites for accessing 19th Century Newspapers - need to be a resident to register.

State Library of South Australia

http://www.catalog.slsa.sa.gov.au/record=e1000317~S1


State Library of Western Australia

http://www.slwa.wa.gov.au/find/eresources


State Library of Queensland

http://tinyurl.com/Queensland-Newspapers


State Library of Victoria

http://tinyurl.com/Victoria-Newspapers

WoodfortheTrees

WoodfortheTrees Report 15 Oct 2012 08:46

Have just discovered this thred and joined library .So far have found 3 ancestors and am still looking so thank you for this