This site has a getting started guide plus information on major resources held, including the Norman Tindale genealogical collection and Margaret Lawrie collection. There is also information on the various types of records and links to other related sites.
These records include: • Colonial Secretary’s Correspondence relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People 1859-1903 • Correspondence relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 1894-1915 – Deebing Creek • Aboriginal War Census returns 1915-1916 Note: You can search…
This fact sheet has been developed to assist Australian Aboriginal people wanting to trace members of their family, within the collections of the State Library.
This site aims to assist Indigenous people find connections to family and access reunification and other services. The guide Finding Your Own Way is available online (PDF) and it details existing records of South Australian children’s homes and institutions. This…
This guide covers Victorian and national resources as well as other states and territories. Use the tabs at the top of this guide to navigate your way around.
This is a guide to Aboriginal family history at the State Library of Western Australia.
A detailed guide to Aboriginal records in Western Australia, published by the Records Task force of Western Australia. This site has been archived in PANDORA.
The Aboriginal History Research Unit (AHRU) has a Personal and Family History category plus there is other information of interest on this site.
This extensive site includes:• Indigenous Australians at War by Garth O’Connell – This includes details of prisoners of war, bibliography, links, honour roll, biographies, memorials and more.• Indigenous Family History Research – Searching for your family’s war service records• Reading…
This site by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs looks at the role played by indigenous Australians in World War II.