Celebrating the 150th anniversary of responsible Government in Victoria
Presenting research in the field of archives and records management, the annual journal Provenance provides an arena for scholarly discussion and debate. This beautiful publication was launched in 2003 as part of PROV’s 30th anniversary celebrations.
Public Record Office Victoria and the National Archives of Australia hold many government records about Aboriginal people in Victoria. This guide is designed to help Victorian Aboriginal people find records about their family and country. It will also assist anyone researching the history and administration of Aboriginal affairs in Victoria to find relevant records.
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Presenting research in the field of archives and records management, the annual journal Provenance provides an arena for scholarly discussion and debate. This beautiful publication was launched in 2003 as part of PROV’s 30th anniversary celebrations. This second issue marks the centenary, in July 2003, of the first transfer of public records into archival custody in Victoria.
Ian MacFarlane carefully reconstructs the events of the Ballarat Riots in 1854 and the Eureka Stockade from the records of the time. Both vivid and factual, this book is a useful resource for teaching or learning about Australia’s home-grown revolution.
Public Record Office, Victoria 1990
To be read in conjunction with the List of Holdings 1985 Edition 1994 Reprint
The List of Holdings remains the primary guide to the majority of the Public Record Office’s holdings. Users of the Public Record Office are reminded that more comprehensive information about government administration in Victoria, and inventories of records brought into custody since July 1985 are available in the Summary Guide to the Public Records of Victoria.
This collectors edition poster is a must for lovers of Melbourne’s history. Printed on beautiful stock, the poster would make a wonderful talking point in any classroom or home.
A Matter of Record: a history of Public Record Office Victoria explores the history of formal government record-keeping that culminated in the establishment of a Public Records Office in the 1970s.
Family History Resources at Public Record Office Victoria
By: Bronwyn Fensham, Barbara Wels and Kasia Zygmuntowicz
Have you ever wondered about your ancestors? How, when and why they came to Victoria, where they settled, what they did for a living? (And what is that rattling in the closet?)
The answers to these and many other questions can be found at Public Record Office Victoria (PROV). PROV holds Victoria’s state archives, keeping the records of past generations in trust for this generation and those to come.
Private Lives, Public Records is an essential guide to navigating your way into and through PROV’s enormous collection.
Family history can be a labyrinth. Trace your own story with confidence by following the basics of establishing your family tree, using our helpful tips and shortcuts, and reading family history case studies. For seasoned travellers, as well as those just starting out, this book is brimming with information about popular and less well-known records on immigrations, land and housing, education, employment, health and legal issues. It also provides tantalising glimpses of other paths to explore.
Whether your family history journey leads you down well-trodden paths or on more shadowy detours, don’t leave home without Private Lives, Public Records to show you the way.
ISBN: 1 876677 53 8
Audience: Family historians
Number Of Pages: 166
Weight (kg): 0.5