WhitlamDismissal.com Whitlam on the steps of Parliament House, November 11, 1975

Former Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam on the steps of Parliament House, November notable day in Australian political history. Remembered with some sadness.

Federation Birth of a nation ABC site

This site gives you detailed information about The Federation of Australia

Avaaz - The World in Action

Avaaz - Israel-Palestine: This is how it ends~ sign it now

Spartacus Educational History

The Orphan Train was a movement that started in 1854 by the New York Foundling Hospital and the Children's Aid Society. In 1872 the Foundling Hospital began sending children under the age four on the "baby train." The train placed orphans and ho.

Parliament of Australia website

Parliament of Australia website

PolitiFact Australia Welcome to PolitiFact Australia, the country's first and only stand alone political fact-checking site. We're currently closed for business but plan to be back in time for the next federal election. An archive of our work in the 2013 election year can be found at at the National Library of Australia's Pandora archive. Thanks for visiting.

PolitiFact Australia Welcome to PolitiFact Australia, the country's first and only stand alone political fact-checking site. We're currently closed for business but plan to be back in time for the next federal election. An archive of our work in the 2013 election year can be found at at the National Library of Australia's Pandora archive. Thanks for visiting.

At freedocumentaries.org we strongly believe that in order to have a true democracy, there has to be a free flow of easily accessible information. Unfortunately, many important perspectives, opinions, and facts never make it to our televisions or cinemas (you can watch movies in our media category if you want to know why).

Film reels were used to edit footage collected during the early years of videography. Before USB drives were used to import recordings, people would have to process film reels, which occupied quite a bit of time.

Encyclopedia of Melbourne  key topics such as Architecture, Aboriginal Melbourne, Economy, Foundation and Early Settlement, Law and Order, Literature, Science, Sport, Suburbia, Theatre and Transport

Aboriginal Melbourne - Theme - eMelbourne - The Encyclopedia of Melbourne Online

Australian Constitution and Federation The Australian Constitution is the single most important document in Australia’s history. It created the federal government and the states and made Australia a nation.

Register of assets - Tenterfield - "Stannum House", Rouse St Tenterfield and "Claremont", Corner Scott & Douglas Streets Tenterfield [Box

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