September 2007 Entries
On 26 September 1907, Prime Minister Sir Joseph Ward announced that the colony of New Zealand had ceased to exist; it had become, instead, a dominion within the British Empire.
The new home of the Auckland Regional Office of Archives New Zealand was officially opened on Saturday 15 September 2007.
There is a new online version of Historical Statistics of the United States.
This new expanded edition contains over 37,000 data series with extensive documentation. Tables can be customised and downloaded. The Millennial Edition was published by Cambridge University Press in 2006, and is the first update of the Bicentennial Edition of 1975.
Exemplaria is a journal of Medieval and Renaissance literature. Issues from 2007 are now available online on the Ingenta collection of e-journals.
Theatre History Studies is part of the IIPA Full Text database (International Index to Performing Arts).
Papers Past is a database of New Zealand Newspapers from the 19th and early 20th Century. It has recently been redeveloped with a new search interface and better display options. The big news is the introduction of text searching, a feature previously unavailable in this database.
Revues.org has announced twenty new journals in its collection of Open Access social science and humanities journals.