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Copies of genealogies and photographs relating to Aboriginal peoples of New South Wales / from expeditions organised by Norman B. Tindale, 1938-1939

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1kVEdvzn

Copies of genealogies and photographs relating to Aboriginal peoples of New South Wales / from expeditions organised by Norman B. Tindale, 1938-1939

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Copies of genealogies and photographs relating to Aboriginal peoples of New South Wales / from expeditions organised by Norman B. Tindale, 1938-1939

Full title

Copies of genealogies and photographs relating to Aboriginal peoples of New South Wales / from expeditions organised by Norman B. Tindale, 1938-1939

Date

1938-1939

Record Identifier

1kVEdvzn
Physical Description

Contents

1 box - 0.75 MetersTextual Records - (manuscript, photocopy)Photographs - copy photonegatives - proof sheets
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Fonds

Arrangement

This collection comprises 2 record series. You may navigate to a more detailed description of each series from this collection record.

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Copying Conditions

Reproduction Restricted

Access Conditions

Restricted : -

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

The New South Wales component of the Tindale genealogies covers nine missions or stations on 153 sheets and includes 375 named portraits. These missions and stations are Boggabilla, Brewarrina, Cummeragunja, Kempsey, Menindee, Pilliga, Walgett, Wallaga Lakes and Woodenbong.

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Full title

Copies of genealogies and photographs relating to Aboriginal peoples of New South Wales / from expeditions organised by Norman B. Tindale, 1938-1939

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

Originals held in the South Australian Museum. For further information about copies held in the Mitchell Library, please contact the Indigenous Services Librarians.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Acquired from the South Australian Museum in 1994

Administrative / Biographical history

In 1928 Norman Tindale, an anthropologist at the South Australian Museum, began systematically photographing Aboriginal people living on missions and government stations. He photographed Aboriginal people living all over Australia and compiled detailed genealogies of those photographed. In some locations, Tindale recorded genealogies but did not ph...

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1kVEdvzn

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153273

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