2 edition of Guide to records relating to aboriginal people. found in the catalog.
Guide to records relating to aboriginal people.
South Australia. State Records.
|LC Classifications||GN667.S7 S68 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||91174541|
The Library holds the greatest collection in the world of material relating to Australia and the Australian people. It ranges from the earliest European works about . For example, to research aboriginal history here at the Peel Archives, we might suggest looking through the s papers of a wealthy industrialist, the s letters of an Irish settler, and government land records; to research s railway stations, we might recommend regional planning records and the papers of a town seamstress.
The Archives of Ontario holds many records relating to Aboriginal Peoples. Only a limited number of these records are available through our Microfilm Interloan Service. Please see our Aboriginal People in the Archives: A Guide to Sources in the Archives of Ontario for a more complete listing of records relating to aboriginal peoples. The Dreaming, also called dream-time, or world dawn Australian Aboriginal languages altjira, altjiranga, alcheringa, wongar, or djugurba, mythological period of time that had a beginning but no foreseeable end, during which the natural environment was shaped and humanized by the actions of mythic beings. Many of these beings took the form of human beings or of animals (“totemic”); some.
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Get this from a library. Guide to records relating to Aboriginal people. [Public Record Office of South Australia.; South Australia. State Records.]. This Guide consists of a listing and description of records in our collection which relate to Aboriginal people.
It is divided into two parts: Part One is a list of records created and used by the Board for the Protection of Aborigines () and the Aborigines Welfare Board (). The official records that document the control of the lives of Aboriginal people, especially after the passing of the Aborigines Act, are of vital significance, particularly for those people who were removed from their families and resettled elsewhere in WA.
Many of these records are now held by the State Records Office. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ records Read the Brief guide: Records relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, which contains information about family and community links generated by the Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships (DATSIP) and its predecessor agencies.
File is a large file (one metre of records) “relating to the Aboriginals” within the general files of the Colonial Secretary’s Office. It was created during Governor Arthur’s administration. Further files are identified in the various indexes to these files - (CSO1/ - ).
You can find Aboriginal genealogies for people who lived in New South Guide to records relating to aboriginal people. book in these books.
We have sorted the books by Local Aboriginal Land Council regions. Click the name of the book to view the catalogue record. Please see the State Records Office guide to Aboriginal Family History for a list of holdings.
An Index to the Chief Protector of Aborigines Files - is available to view on their website. The Bicentennial dictionary of Western Australians, pre (includes 4 volumes of names of Aboriginal people.).
(Family History Library book Ho.) ↑ Hill, Edward E. (comp.). Guide to Records in the National Archives of the United States Relating to American Indians. Washington DC: National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, (FHL book Hg.).
The SEC books and records rules applicable to broker-dealers, SEA Rules 17a-3 and 17a-4, specify minimum requirements with respect to the records that broker-dealers must make, how long those records and other documents relating to a broker-dealer’s business must be kept and in what format they may be kept.
The SEC requires that broker. Get this from a library. Records guide: a guide to Queensland government records relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
[Queensland State Archives.; Queensland. Department of Family Services and Aboriginal and Islander Affairs.]. Tracking family: a guide to Aboriginal records relating to the Northern Territory, Walata Tyamateetj: a guide to government records about Aboriginal people in Victoria, by Richard Broome, Related content.
This book, conceived by W.D. Hamilton of the Institute, and researched by Evelyn Fidler, lists baptisms, marriages and deaths of Aboriginal people in New Brunswick from the s to It should prove far more helpful than trying to find your own way through the early missionary records.
The Sorry Books are a powerful record of the personal responses of Australians to the unfolding history of the Stolen Generations.
They are a “people’s apology” for past wrongs to Indigenous Australians, a public expression of regret, compassion, and hope. The Sorry Books were a response to the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from.
Among the billions of historical records housed at the National Archives throughout the country, researchers can find information relating to American Indians from as early as through the mid s. The National Archives preserves and makes available the documents created by Federal agencies in the course of their daily business.
Many state archives and libraries offer guides to their records about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Some of these are: A guide to records of Indigenous Australians in the Lutheran Archives, Cultural Ministers Council.
Development’s Family Information Records Bureau, which is a ‘first stop shop’ for Aboriginal people seeking this information. Looking West — A Guide to Aboriginal Records in Western Australiais the culmination of this work. This guide details the location of records, type of service, years of operation, information in records.
The dingo, a type of wild dog, appeared in Australia only 5, to 3, years ago, which postdates the time that Aboriginal people began hafting small stone implements into composite tools some 8, years ago.
Whereas the dingo was introduced from Southeast Asia, the small implements appear to be independent inventions from within Australia. Within the past 1,–3, years, other. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Health () Sincethe ‘closing the gap’ campaign has been pursued in collaboration between government and health, welfare and rights agencies to close the health and life expectancy gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians within a generation.
This book evaluates the uneven progress being made towards. Many of the archival records relating to Aboriginal people are in different collections.
Here is a select bibliography of publications available at the State Library which may help in locating those relevant to family history research. This material has been compiled by Heather Campbell and funded by the Friends of Battye Library (Inc).
walata tymateetj: a guide to government records about Aboriginal people in Victoria is a detailed guide for researchers to find and access the wealth of material about Aboriginal Victorians within the Public Record Office Victoria and National Archives’ collections.
It has been designed to assist Aboriginal people to find records about their family and country, regardless of which collection the. Guide to archival records held in the Mortlock Library of South Australiana relating to Aboriginal people. Adelaide: The Library, National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from their Families (Australia).
This guide was created with the intention of honoring an Indigenous Knowledge the guide organizes resources at a non-Native institution, it was created with respect for the communities to which these resources are related and organized in a way that would best serve Indigenous individuals and groups.
This was done in the following ways.Records for the Koonibba Mission and Koonibba Children's Home are held at the Lutheran Archives in Adelaide. The Library holds Guide to records of Indigenous Australians in the Lutheran Archives, Adelaide, SA which contains name indexes for various registers and files relating to .