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Art

The Art Renewal Centre
http://www.artrenewal.org
A beautiful collection of high quality digitised classical artworks
Read their Mission Statement
http://www.artrenewal.org/articles/Mission/mission1.asp

In the Artists' Footsteps
http://www.artistsfootsteps.com
"To gain an appreciation of the lives and works of Australian Artists and the social environments in which they lived and painted."

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au


Culture and politics

Australian Cultural History
http://teaching.arts.usyd.edu.au/history/hsty3003/links.html
A large list of links to cultural and historical resources

Australian Nationalism Information Database
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~natinfo
"The Australian Nationalism Information Database was established in March 1998 as an educational resource to promote Australia's national identity and culture, and to offer criticism of mass immigration, multiculturalism, and Asianisation as major threats to our environment, our people, and our way of life. A wide range of on-line publications and articles are provided on these issues, as well as on other issues of interest to Australian Nationalists."

Australian Nationalist Ideological, Historical, and Legal Archive
http://www.alphalink.com.au/~radnat
Much information on Nationalist ideology and politics, as well as cultural-political aspects.


Discussion

Australian Identity
http://www.australianidentity.net
A discussion forum for Australian issues.


Literature

Old Poetry - Oceania section
http://oldpoetry.com/Authors/Oceania


Famous Australians

Dictionary of Australian Biography
http://gutenberg.net.au/dictbiog/00-dict-biogIndex.html

Ned Kelly
Ned Online: Documents on the Kelly Outbreak at Public Record Office Victoria
http://nedonline.imagineering.net.au/main.htm
Documents re. various people involved in the Kelly Outbreak (look at the list under "Edward Kelly")
http://nedonline.imagineering.net.au/people/people.htm
Note: Contrary to a widespread misconception, Ned Kelly was able to read and write; however, because of the wounds he suffered at Glenrowan, he was unable to even write his name after his capture (hence he had to sign documents with an "x"). A complete letter in his handwriting exists, written when he was 15. It is reproduced in the book Ned Kelly: A Short Life, and a copy of his signature is reproduced on the back cover.

Prime Ministers of Australia
http://thecouriermail.com.au/extras/federation/CMFedPMs.htm
http://thecouriermail.com.au/extras/federation/CMFedPMs2.htm


War and rememberance

Digger History
http://www.diggerhistory.info/00-pages-top-level/master-index.htm


The Association for the Advancement of Australian Culture