Auckland City Libraries – Digital Library – Combined Research Database Search

This search offers a a combined search of all library in-house databases for local and family history information. The databases include:
• Address to Queen Victoria – Search for one of the 25,000 children who signed a congratulatory address to Queen Victoria in 1897
• The Armed Constabulary of New Zealand covers the period from 1867 to 1871, and lists 3270 names, including members of the Native (M?ori) Constabulary. There is also a list of Militia and Volunteers (12709 names) including members of the Native (M?ori) Contingent 
• Auckland Area Passenger Arrivals indexes New Zealand herald reports of Auckland area inward passengers for the period 1838 to 1889. Also included are newspaper reports for Kororareka, Russell and New Zealand Company settlements from 1838 to 1845
• Auckland Area Passenger Vessels provides details of particular ships passing through Auckland between 1838 and 1886
• Auckland City Street Names index. This index includes locations, former names and origin of street names if known
• Auckland Crown Grants shows the original land grants for the inner Auckland area. This database was created from Charles Heaphy’s ‘Plan of the town of Auckland
• Auckland Police Census 1842 – 1846 is the only surviving census for Auckland area households and their inhabitants for the 19th century
• Cemetery records – Hillsborough – Onetangi, Waiheke Island – Otahuhu Public – Waikaraka and others
• Cemetery records – Symonds Street and St Stephens. Symonds Street cemetery was the main Auckland cemetery until it closed in 1886 and should be searched in conjunction with the much smaller St Stephens in Parnell – which includes burials from 1849 to 1982
• Electoral Rolls, 1881 – covers the North Auckland, Auckland metropolitan and South Auckland areas into the Waikato and lists males living at a residence for at least six months
• Ephemera Index
• Heritage Images Online
• Index Auckland
• Iwidex – an index for information on tribal history, tikanga-a-iwi and whakapapa held in the heritage and research collections of Auckland Libraries
• Manuscripts Online
• Maps Online
• Photographers

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