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Transcript Index
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19th Century SA History Timeline (external link)
German Place Names in SA (external link)

Honour Roll erected by their fellow workers in 1915
Officers of SA Post, Telegraph and Telephone Department who joined the Australian Expeditionary Forces, 1914-18

Index compiled independently from the book Balaklava Change and Challenge
Index of liquor licences granted in SA before 1839
SA Archived Queries
SA Archived Surnames
SA BDM Book Years
SA Cemetery Listings
SA Death Notices
SA Districts
SA Funeral Notices
SA Marriage Witness Index
Document Index
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Correspondence between Secretary of State for the Colonies and the Government of South Australia on the subject of Alien Immigration restrictions, 1897-1901 (external link)
Draft. A Bill for the Federation of the Australasian Colonies of New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia, and the Province of South Australia, and the Government thereof and for Purposes connected therewith, 1891-1897 (external link)
German Naturalisation Document, 1838
Wording of German/Prussian naturalisation document for South Australia
Plan showing Pastoral Leases and Claims in the Northern Territory of South Australia, 1885 - 1895
Photograph Index
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Photograph titled' Federal Convention, Adelaide, South Australia, 1897

Immigration to Australia - Historical milestones - Marriage at Tanunda, South Australia, 1888 

Post Offices - South Australia - Overland Telegraph Party (JAG Little, RC Patterson, (Sir) Charles Todd & AJ Mitchell), 1872

Post Offices - South Australia - Adelaide General Post Office yard with Royal Mail carts assembled before the advent of motor transport, circa 1900 

Historical - Events - The last camel mail on its way from Oodnadatta in South Australia to Alice Springs in the Northern Territory in 1872, a distance of over 300 miles. The overland telegraph, which replaced the camel mail, came into operation in August 1872

The site of the Proclamation of South Australia as a Crown colony in 1836
Post Offices - South Australia - Warooka Post Office & Telephone Office circa 1900
Post Offices - South Australia - Myponga Post Office, opened 22 May 1844
Post Offices - South Australia - Yorketown Post Office & Weaners Flat General Store, circa 1870-1877
Post Offices - South Australia - Yorketown Post Office under construction, early 1900's
Post Offices - South Australia - Yorketown Post Office. Mr Tom Spender on Morse Key along with others at telephone switchboard mid to late 1800's
Post Offices - South Australia - Warooka Post Office circa 1900
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