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 National Archives (UK) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The main building of The National Archives is at Kew in west London, and the Family Records Centre is in Islington in central London.
There is a separate National Archives of Scotland (formerly the Scottish Record Office), which holds government and private documents relating to Scotland.
The National Register of Archives, which holds detailed catalogues of all kinds of records relating to British history held elsewhere.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/National_Archives_(UK)

  
 The National Archives NDAD Bananas Links to other archives and information resources
In the Republic of Ireland, the National Archives of Ireland is the equivalent of the UK National Archives.
It acts as the national archive for England, Wales and the United Kingdom, and holds the central archives of the UK government.
Significant national collections of archives and historical manuscripts are also held at the British Library, the National Library of Wales, the National Library of Scotland and (for the Republic of Ireland) the National Library of Ireland.
www.ndad.nationalarchives.gov.uk /resources/other.html

  
 National Archives
Archives Hub A major national gateway to archive collections held in UK universities and colleges, forming part of the National Archives Network.
Archives Hub (UK) A major national gateway to archive collections held in UK universities and colleges, forming part of the National Archives Network.
National Archives ensures access to, and preservation of, those central government records which have significantly affected the development of New Zealand and the lives and liberties of its citizens.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-National_Archives.html

  
 public record office uk
The repository of the UK 's national archives.
National Archives National Archives This is the official web site of the UK National Archives which was formed in April 2003 from the amalgamation of the Public record office and the Historical Manuscripts commission.
Procat: National Archives Online Catalogue Procat: National Archives Online Catalogue This is the online catalogue of the British National Archives of central government, courts of law and other national bodies.
www.londonoffices.com /1/appraiser-county-office-osceola-property/public-record-office-uk.htm

  
 GENUKI: UK and Ireland Topics - Archives and Libraries
The National Archives in Kew brings together the Public Records Office (PRO) and the Historical Manuscripts Commission, and is the principal repository for English and Welsh records.
The Archives Hub is a service run by MIMAS at Manchester Computing which provides free access to descriptions of archives held in the UK's universities and colleges.
GENUKI: UK and Ireland Topics - Archives and Libraries
www.genuki.org.uk /big/Archives.html

  
 UK History Premium Listing:   National Archives of Scotland
UK History Premium Listing: National Archives of Scotland
Designed to provide space for the national archives of Scotland until the mid 21st century, the building is essentially two separate buildings joined together.
One of the two ships carrying the archives, the Elizabeth, sank in a storm off the Northumbrian coast with the loss of all the papers and parchments on board.
www.history.uk.com /listings/listing.php?iD=18883

  
 Partners: The National Archives
The National Archives is the repository of the public records for England, Wales and the United Kingdom.
The National Archives also runs the Family Records Centre jointly with the General Record Office providing access to Census records on the first floor.
The National Archives has launched a free e-newsletter to keep you up-to-date with events, new document releases and other news from the National Archives.
www.familyrecords.gov.uk /partners/na.htm

  
 Archives
Military Archives - Irish Defence Forces : Located in Cathal Brugha Barracks, Rathmines, Dublin 6, the Military Archives is the place of deposit for the records of the Department of Defence, the Defence Forces and the Army Pensions Board under the terms of Section 14 of the National Archives Act 1986.
The National Maritime Museum Greenwich : The Caird Library is the largest and most significant maritime reference library of its kind in the world.
Their free helpline number from the UK is 0800 169 2277, From overseas + 44 1253 866043, e-mail :
www.irishseamensrelativesassociation.org /Archives.htm

  
 Audata Limited - UK - The National Archives
Audata Limited - UK - The National Archives
Audata has managed a project to assemble a digital archive for the National Archives of England, Wales and the United Kingdom.
Audata Ltd, Willesborough Industrial Park, Kennington Road, Ashford, Kent, TN24 0TD, UK Tel: +44(0)1233 660243 Fax: +44(0)1233 660690 Email: info@audata.co.uk
www.audata.co.uk /mambo/content/view/39/2

  
 The National Archives Services for professionals Preservation
The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 4DU.
The National Archives aims to ensure that public records are preserved for present and future access.
The National Archives are playing an active role in storing and preserving digital material.
www.pro.gov.uk /about/preservation/digital

  
 The National Archives The Catalogue Research Guides
The Archives Hub forms one part of the UK's National Archives Network, alongside related networking projects.
The Press Association, established as a co-operative in 1868, is the national news agency of the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
Each year The National Archives contacts approximately 250 of the principal record repositories in the British Isles in order to discover which major and unusual accessions have been received.
www.catalogue.nationalarchives.gov.uk /RdLeaflet.asp?sLeafletID=378

  
 DMOZ : Reference : Archives : Regional : United Kingdom
A major national gateway to archive collections held in UK universities and colleges, forming part of the National Archives Network.
The national repository of manuscripts and private papers and archives.
Archives of the London institution founded in 1247 as a priory, but which has been for most of its history a hospital for people with mental illness.
www.alternatywy.com /dmoz/index.php?c=Reference/Archives/Regional/United_Kingdom

  
 Mathematics Archives - K12 Internet Sites
National reports issued by experts and professional organizations recognize that existing ways of teaching mathematics are inadequate in meeting the needs of today's public school students.
The purpose of the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse (ENC) is to provide K-12 teachers with a central source of information on mathematics and science curriculum materials and to encourage the adoption and use of such materials in order to support national goals to improve teaching and learning in mathematics and science.
The mission of the National Center for Improving Student Learning and Achievement in Mathematics and Science (NCISLA) is to craft, implement in schools, and validate a set of principles for the design of classrooms that promote understanding in both mathematics and science.
archives.math.utk.edu /k12.html

  
 PALATINE Directory: National Archives
Today sees the first national delivery online of high quality moving pictures for the UK's higher and further education communities.
F.I.L.M. Archives proudly presents the UK Library, the exclusive representation of two of England's most in-demand libraries, Film Images Ltd. and the British government's Central Order Of Information (COI) collection.
Part of the National Museum of Science and Industry, the museum's collection comprises of more than three million items of historical, social and cultural value, specifically items relating to the history of the moving image and television.
www.palatine.org.uk /directory/index.php/Drama/FilmStudies/lib/nftadl

  
 Archive Awareness Campaign › Home › Welcome to AAC 2005
Following on from the success of Archive Awareness Campaign in 2004 archives across the UK and Ireland will once again be showing you the treasures that lie within!
Discover the treasures of the archives in 2005!
The 2005 Archive Awareness Campaign is an ongoing celebration of all kinds of fascinating archive treasure...
www.archiveawareness.com

  
 The Air Quality Archive
The full interactive database of all UK air quality measurements remains on-line for users who would like to download data for more specific combinations of dates, parameters and automatic monitoring sites, and for those who require access to the UK's non-automatic monitoring data.
This will particularly help UK local authorities who are carrying out their Review and Assessment duties, and also make life easier for many other air quality researchers.
These changes are being implemented in order make the data directly comparable with UK Air Quality Objectives and European Air Quality Directives.
www.airquality.co.uk

  
 History On-Line
The National Archives of the UK holds the national archives for England, Wales and the United Kingdom.
The UK National Register of Archives (NRA) provides indexes to the papers of approximately 150 000 corporate bodies, persons and families relating to British History, with an additional 100 000 connected records.
Please see The National Archives of the UK.
www.history.ac.uk /ihr/Resources/Geographical/britainIreland.html

  
 Shapes of Time: National Archives
The Forum represents the UK's public sector moving image archives in all archival aspects of the moving image, and acts as the advisory body on national moving image archive policy.
The National Archives also advises people on the location of non-public records and manuscripts relating to British history.
We are an official place of deposit for The National Archives.
www.shapesoftime.net /pages/viewpage.asp?uniqid=995

  
 archives
For more information on the holdings of the National Archives, events, online projects and educational activities, including resources for schools, visit their website at www.nationalarchives.gov.uk.
The National Archives, based at Kew, is funded by the Department for Constitutional Affairs.
We continue to liase with and support the work of archives through the National Council on Archives, which also receives some funding through MLA for activities such as the annual Archives Awareness Month in October www.archivesawareness.com.
www.culture.gov.uk /museums_and_galleries/archives.htm

  
 The National Archives PRONOM About
The National Archives has detailed plans for major enhancements over the next 2-3 years, including the development of a number of specific tools to support digital preservation activities.
The first version of PRONOM was developed by The National Archives digital preservation department in March 2002.
The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 4DU.
www.nationalarchives.gov.uk /aboutapps/pronom/default.htm

  
 UK NATIONAL ARCHIVES NETWORK
Catalogues of archives in the region relating to its economic development (particularly coal and rail).
Collection-level descriptions of the holdings of UK universities and colleges, with links to full on-line catalogues where they exist.
Contains titles of 2000 archive lists (catalogues of individual collections) for which orders may be placed by post.
www.bodley.ox.ac.uk /external/rchs/natarchnet.htm

  
 Humbul full record view for -- Accessions to repositories (national archives)
The UK National Archives Accessions to Repositories Web pages list recent manuscript accessions to national, regional, and university libraries and other repositories throughout Britain.
The information gathered here is added to the indexes to the National Register of Archives, and used to produce thematic digests.
Humbul full record view for -- Accessions to repositories (national archives)
www.humbul.ac.uk /output/full2.php?id=13380

  
 Archives Hub
A national gateway to descriptions of archives in UK universities and colleges.
Revolutionising access to the archives of UK universities and colleges
The Archives Hub is one of the MIMAS services of Manchester Computing, University of Manchester.
www.archiveshub.ac.uk

  
 The Ten Thousand Year Blog » Blog Archive » UK National Archives standard for record repositories
We continue to offer free advice to all custodians of archives, both public and private, who are seeking to improve conditions of storage and access and/or aspire to meet The National Archives Standard.
The new National Archives Standard is the recognised benchmark for caring for records and providing access to them.
“The [United Kingdom] National Archives is pleased to announce the publication of The National Archives Standard for record repositories.
www.davidmattison.ca /wordpress/index.php?p=889

  
 Introduction to UK Data Archive
The UK Data Archive (UKDA) is an internationally-renowned centre of expertise in data acquisition, preservation, dissemination and promotion; and is curator of the largest collection of digital data in the social sciences and humanities in the UK.
UK Data Archive, University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex, CO4 3SQ.
The UKDA provides resource discovery and support for secondary use of quantitative and qualitative data in research, teaching and learning as a lead partner of the Economic and Social Data Service (ESDS).
www.data-archive.ac.uk

  
 archives Find archives with JustOneClick.co.uk
The national (UK) development agency working for and on behalf of museums, libraries and archives and advising government on policy and priorities for the sector
Search results for archives with JustOneClick.co.uk :: UK archives.
National morning quality (broadsheet) includes free online access to news and supplements.
khalis.co.uk /search.php?qry=archives

  
 [Sasa] The National Archives Newsletter
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The National Archives website

Computer taster session using The National Archives' new website. The National Archives, Kew.

Formerly administered by The British Library, it transferred to The National Archives in April 2004.
But not all bigamists were callous swindlers or philanderers, as Peter Park explains.andnbsp;

Ancestors, published monthly, is the family history magazine of The National Archives.

lists.ukzn.ac.za /pipermail/sasa/2004-July/000039.html

  
 nfa
The National Fairground Archive (NFA) was inaugurated by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Sheffield in 1994, with the support of the Showmen's Guild of Great Britain and the Fairground Association of Great Britain.
It is a primary resource of rich potential for research at every level; it provides a new and exciting source of teaching material for primary and secondary education, and provides access to a wealth of popular cultural history both for the Fairgound enthusiast and for the public at large.
Housed in the Main Library, it is a unique collection of photographic, printed, manuscript and audiovisual material covering all aspects of the culture of travelling showpeople, their organisation as a community, their social history and everyday life; and the artefacts and machinery of fairgrounds.
www.shef.ac.uk /nfa

  
 AHC-UK/RHS 2004 Conference Main Page
The conference was held at The National Archives in Kew, London.
The conference theme was 'Recasting the Past: Digital Histories' with 20 papers presented by historians, graduate students, archivists and information professionals' form as far afield as Canada and South Africa as well as the UK.
The aim of the conference was to explore how the ever increasing number and variety of digital and electronic sources have changed the way in which history, and historical sources, are created, selected, researched, taught, written, presented and used.
www.ahc.ac.uk /confweb

  
 ResearchBuzz: Culture-People-Archives Archives
Whee!) The UK National Archives have released a series of Famous Wills -- including William Shakespeare's -- at their DocumentsOnline Web site.
The National Library of Australia has digitized the Endeavour Journal...
There is already a site established to archive former US President Bill Clinton's computer materials generated during his tenure in the White House.
www.researchbuzz.org /culturepeoplearchives.shtml

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