We have produced a number of resources that tell stories about Victorian Aboriginal families and communities utilising archival records
Archival records can help Aboriginal people connect with their histories, trace the experiences of ancestors, and learn about the times and places in which they lived. They can provide evidence of past policies and practices that continue to affect the lives of Aboriginal people today.
These stories also highlight the role archival records can play in helping to preserve history and culture for Aboriginal people and the wider community.
Teacher resources are available for all of the Indigenous Victorians stories.
We are redesigning our catalogue. To take a sneak peek click on the slider to the right, search and order your records and send us some feedback. You can also order records as normal via this site below. You may need to perform a search again if switching between old and Beta versions of the site.