AtoJs Online contains digitised pages from the Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives.
Why use AtoJs Online?
The Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives (AJHR), sometimes known as "the A to Js", are a collection of government-related reports published every year from 1858.
The reports cover many subjects, documenting the work of government departments and a wide range of other activities carried out by, or of interest to, the government of the day.
The AJHR is one of the most valuable tools for understanding how New Zealand has developed from its earliest colonial beginnings to the present. They are important official records of New Zealand’s social, economic and political history, and are a crucial source for researchers working across many fields.
What's available on AtoJs Online?
AtoJs Online contains 271 volumes from between 1854 to 1950. All the reports in the volumes are fully searchable and can also be browsed by session, volume and section name.
As well as the Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives, AtoJs Online includes the three volumes of the Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives (1854-1856), which preceded the AJHRs.