Catalogued Collection

In this section you will find a full listing of all the holdings in BRAC’s collection which can be ordered through PROV’s catalogue.


Simply click on each Series Title in the table to go to the PROV site where you can order the record or read a short description of the agency that created it, its purpose and contents.

 

For some of our more regularly accessed records, we have more detailed Guides available that gives examples of contents, descriptions of geographic coverage, and how to navigate the records for your research:

 

Collection Guide – Rate Books

Collection Guide – Council Correspondence

To go directly to a record set within PROV's catalogue to order, you must COPY the link from the table below and PASTE into a new browser page. Clicking PROV links will take you to a generic search page rather than the specific archives you're looking to order.

For more information on ordering and accessing records, visit the Access page.

NB: Links to some court records are within Find My Past which requires a subscription or to be using a device connected to library Wi-Fi.

 

 

Indexes Available 

Indexes for Download

Bendigo Receiving Ward Index

City of Sandhurst Inward Correspondence 1855-1899 Index

City of Sandhurst Petition Signatories Index

To view a petition, order the City of Sandhurst Inward Correspondence packet covering the date of the petition via the PROV catalogue.

Indexes to View Online

City of Sandhurst Rate Books 1856-1899

Borough of Eaglehawk Rate Books 1864-1899

        This index is in the Library DataBase Search program on the Bendigo Library           Family History Computer 1 (Upstairs)

Bendigo Regional Archives Centre is a partnership between the City of Greater Bendigo, Public Record Office Victoria and Goldfields Libraries Corporation

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