South Australia's only remaining census returns were collected in January 1841.
The Colonial Secretary's Office was the main government office in the early colonial era, becoming the Chief Secretary in 1856.
Records relating to the care of children by the State. Children who were wards of the state, in other state-based care and adopted.
Guidance on citing archival records.
Index to early correspondence relating to colonization 1836 - 1843.
Documents lodged by companies in accordance with the varying Companies Acts.
We offer a range of copying and digitisation options, or you can make your own copies in our Research Centre at no cost.
Crown copyright expires on most government-made works after 50 years, whether published or unpublished.
Those receiving a medal to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953.
Guide to records of various Courts in South Australia, including the Supreme Court, local and country courts, and Police Court.
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