This section lists the state-wide associations from Central to Western. It then lists the association of Beaver giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association is based in Lewiston Public Library. Located on the upper floor of the library, the association has a number of archives, which include:
The association issues Early Settlers certificates to descendants of residents who arrived before 8 November 1889.
They also have a Library where a number of archives are available. If you wish to find out more about resources held, an on-line Library Catalogue is available.
A number of databases are also on the site, which include the 1930 Federal Census (Index), Marriages and Naturalisations.
They also provide access to the State Death Index, which includes:
The association was established in 1865. They have a Research Centre where a number of resources are available, which include Manuscripts, Government Records, Books, Maps and Photographs.
If you wish to find out more about archives held, an on-line catalogue is available.
The association was established in 1980. Their aims are to promote and encourage the study of genealogy, to collect and preserve genealogical records, to compile genealogies and to locate genealogical materials and make these available to the public.
A number of publications are available for sale, which include:
The association was established in 1992. A number of indexes are available on the site, which include:
For payment of a fee, Members are able to carry out Research on your behalf in:
A number of publications are also available for sale, which include: