British History Online is the digital library containing some of the core printed primary and secondary sources for the medieval and modern history of the British Isles. Created by the Institute of Historical Research and the History of Parliament Trust, it aims to support academic and personal users around the world in their learning, teaching and research.
Formed in 2002, Dunning Parish Historical Society now has over 300 members. The website contains a large and varied quantity of historical information and a range of useful resources relating to the local history of the Dunning area.
The Gazetteer for Scotland is a vast geographical encyclopaedia, featuring details of towns, villages, bens and glens from the Scottish Borders to the Northern Isles. The first comprehensive gazetteer produced for Scotland since 1885, it includes the text of Groome's 19th Century Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland to provide a historical perspective.
With records dating back over eight hundred years, the Archive is where you can research the people and places of Perthshire and Kinross-shire. The Archive looks after records that have been created by Perth and Kinross Council and its predecessors. The Archive also looks after collections that have been created by local families, individuals, estates, societies, communities, organisations and businesses.
Scotland's People is the official government source of genealogical data. The site contains access to over 50 million records from source such as the Census, Statutory Registers (births, marriages and deaths) and Old Parish Registers.
Scran is part of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. Scran aims to provide educational access to digital materials representing our material culture and history. This is provided through the wholly owned trading arm Scran Ltd.
The Strathearn Environs & Royal Forteviot (SERF) project is a long-term study that seeks to explore the early prehistoric origins of the Pictish royal centre at Forteviot and document the wider regional area’s subsequent evolution.