South Australia has become a multicultural society. No longer do we trace our ancestors only from the United Kingdom.
This information guide outlines resources held by the State Library of South Australia that may assist you to trace ancestors back to various Scandinavian countries. It also contains links to helpful websites, organisations and societies.
You may also like to explore our other overseas Information Guides:
English and Welsh resource for Family Historians
Irish resources for Family Historians
The Family History Collection is in the Spence Wing on Level 1.
A staff member is stationed in the area weekdays from 10am to 5pm during Library opening hours. Outside these times, assistance is available at the Information Desk. While we can show you how to use the resources, we are not able to conduct searches on your behalf. We can refer you to professional services for more extensive, personalised research.
Although the focus of the family history collection is South Australian, the State Library does hold resources to assist with overseas research. The resources listed may provide a valuable starting point for your research.
While here in the Library you may also like to join the library. Your library card will then allow you to book our computers, pay for printing and photocopies as well as allow you to have free home access* to a selection of family history databases and websites.
*please note that free home access is only available to South Australian residents
If you are unable to visit the library, you can make enquiries about resources and possible research via our Ask Us service.
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