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Reference Bookshelf is a directory of web-based reference resources. Content is selected by reference librarians in Victorian Public libraries. There is an emphasis on Victorian and Australian sites, however, international sites will be included if assessed as being appropriate.

Aboriginals
Ancient Egypt
Animals
Architecture
Arts
Audio & Video Databases
Australian Military History
Bibliographies
Biography
Business Information
Calendars, Calculators and Convertors
Careers & Courses
Community Information
Cookery
Costume
Countries
Databases
Demographics
Dictionaries
Ebooks
EJournals
Encyclopedias
Environment
Flags & Emblems
Gallipoli
Games
Genealogy
Government & Politics
Health & Medicine
History
Homework Help
Image Databases
Law
Literature
Museums & Galleries
Music
Myths and Legends
News Resources
Online Bookstores
Science
Search Engines
Victorian University & TAFE Colleges
Weather
World War One
World War Two
Writing Competitions
Youth


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Your Search returned 6 results
Historyworld.net by Historyworld
Category: History
Historyworld consists of some 400 separate Histories and 4000 tagged events.
Alternatime by Canisius College
Category: History
A collection of timelines on the web, categorised under the headings History & Cultures, Science & Technology, Arts & Literature, Popular Culture, Science Fiction. Compiled by a Librarian at Canisius College
Australian History on the Internet by National Library of Australia
Category: History
A list of online resources for accessing information on Australian History
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity by George Mason University and the City University of New York
Category: History
A site devoted to the French Revolution and containing this site presents over 600 digitized documents, roughly 350 of which are texts, and the remainder images, primarily political cartoons. The stie can be searched using keyword and can be broswed through an array of topics.
Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies by Carolyn Shriber
Category: History
The website is an online resource for medievalists and others hoping to disseminate current research in the field and to serve as a repository of previous scholarship for the general public and scholars alike.
First Fleet Online by University of Wolloongong
Category: History
First Fleet Online consists of information about the convicts who were transported to Australia in 1787. It contains a database of the First Fleet convicts; background notes avout the sources of thedata in the database; diary extracts, and stories and letters of the time.
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