The 2014 Provenance journal was released in November with research articles exploring Victoria’s hidden history. The articles showcase work that draw on PROV records and range from true-crime through to landscapes and typography.
Just Published! A guide to government records about Aboriginal people in Victoria.
walata tyamateetj is the latest publication from Public Record Office of Victoria’s Koorie Records Unit. walata tyamateetj meaning ‘carry knowledge’ in the Gunditjmara language of western Victoria is a guidebook offering a detailed listing of Aboriginal public records held in Victoria. This guidebook hopes to improve access to government records about Aboriginal people, families, communities and culture.
Researching Aboriginal family history at the Victorian Archives Centre
Public Record Office Victoria’s Koorie Records Unit has produced a booklet for Aboriginal people researching their Victorian family history. The booklet describes the types of records held in the collections of both Public Record Office Victoria and the National Archives of Australia. It offers advice about how to get started with family history research and explains the Koorie Reference Service available to Aboriginal people.
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