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REPORTS - ABORIGINAL MISSIONS

  • AU WA S1550
  • Series
  • 1906-12-31 -

Typescripts of reports from various sources concerning Aboriginal Missions in the NW of WA

DEPARTMENT OF ABORIGINES AND FISHERIES

FILES - CHIEF PROTECTOR OF ABORIGINES

  • AU WA S3005
  • Series
  • 1898-04-01 - 1908-12-31

The files in this series are jacketed by subject and numbered consecutively as created; numbering starts at the beginning of each year. For the first two years files contain inward letters only, but the jackets often bear notes on action taken or ...

ABORIGINES DEPARTMENT [1]

ANNUAL REPORTS

  • AU WA S3024
  • Series
  • 1898-01-01 -

A discreet set of annual reports for the departments responsible for Aboriginal Affairs were included in an archival transfer made in the 1940's.Copies of annual reports, and the working papers associated with the prepartion of annual reports...

ABORIGINES DEPARTMENT [1]

REPORT - ESTABLISHMENT OF DEPARTMENT

  • AU WA S3046
  • Series
  • 1898-05-12 - 1898-05-12

This record consists of correspondence from Henry Prinsep, Chief Protector of Aborigines, to the Aborigines Protection Board (APB) upon establishment of the first Aborigines Department. The record also includes the APB's response to the follo...

ABORIGINES DEPARTMENT [1]

CIRCULAR

  • AU WA S3047
  • Series
  • 1898-05-01 - 1899-02-01

This circular was issued by John Forrest upon establishment of the first Aborigines Department. It sets out the requirement for Resident Magistrates, Resident Medical Officers and Police Officers throughout the State to provide regular reports to ...

ABORIGINES DEPARTMENT [1]

SCRAPBOOKS

  • AU WA S1377
  • Series
  • 1905-01-30 -

This series comprises scrapbooks compiled by the Aborigines Department and its successor departments. The scrapbooks contain newspaper cuttings of articles relating to Aboriginal issues. Volume 1 contains cuttings relating to the Royal Commission...

DEPARTMENT OF NATIVE AFFAIRS