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AUSTRALIA - ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIANS FAMILY HISTORY
Are you tracing your family history and don't know where to start? Use this guide to find key family history resources, some of which are specific to Aboriginal Australians.

AUSTRALIA - ABORIGINAL BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX (ABI)
Search the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Biographical Index (ABI) for information on your family. The search will open the AIATSIS Library catalogue.

AUSTRALIA - ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES OF AUSTRALIA
There are more than 250 Australian Indigenous languages. This Virtual Library web catalogue was founded in January 1996. It currently has annotated links to 370 resources for 128 languages. About 35% of these resources are produced, published by, or directly represent the voices of Indigenous people.

AUSTRALIA - ABORIGINAL PEOPLE IN THE VICTORIAN COLONIAL FORCES
A helpful site for looking for Aboriginal ancestors from sources in Victoria, Australia - Victorian Native Police, Aboriginal Trackers , World War 1 and WW2.

AUSTRALIA - ADOPTION AND FORGOTTEN AUSTRALIANS
The site has page lists of additional resources that Aboriginal adopted persons or former wards can use to help find information about themselves or their family.

AUSTRALIA - AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDIES
Beginning your family history research. The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) is the world's premier institution for information and research about the cultures and lifestyles of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, past and present.

AUSTRALIA - CENTRE FOR INDIGENOUS FAMILY HISTORY STUDIES
This web site has been created to provide a resource for those people researching their Aboriginal heritage.

AUSTRALIA - INDIGENOUS FAMILY HISTORY - FACT SHEET 270
Many records that are useful for Indigenous family history are not held by the National Archives of Australia. This fact sheet describes some of the records that exist and the organisations you might approach in your research.

AUSTRALIA - NSW STATE LIBRARY- INDIGENOUS SERVICES
The role of Indigenous Services team at the State Library of New South Wales is to work with Indigenous communities across NSW concerning the preservation and management of Indigenous documentary heritage resources.

AUSTRALIA - WESTERN AUSTRALIA ABORIGINAL RECORDS
In Western Australia, successive State Government agencies controlled the lives of Aboriginal people from 1905 until citizenship rights were granted in the late 1960s. The official records that document this control are of vital significance, particularly for those people who were removed from their families and resettled elsewhere in the State. Many of these records are now held by the State Records Office.

CANADA - ABORIGINGAL HERITAGE
Aboriginal documentary heritage found in the holdings of Library and Archives Canada (LAC) reflects the exemplary contributions of Aboriginal peoples to this country’s political, social, economic and cultural development. First Nations, Métis and Inuit continue to participate in defining Canada as a nation. This material is available in all types of media and can be accessed on site or through online databases, virtual exhibitions and digitised documents.

UNITED STATES - AMERICAN INDIAN NATIONS
This collection provides maps of the land cessions made by American Indian Nations during the interval between the formal establishment of the United States and 1894.

UNITED STATES - NATIVE AMERICANS
Website with list of Native American genealogy resources and searchable databases for researching your Native American ancestors.

UNITED STATES - NATIVE AMERICANS LINKS TO ONLINE DATABASES
Search the many Links to Online Databases for your Native Americans ancestors in United States.

UNITED STATES - SLAVE BIOGRAPHIES
Slave Biographies: The Atlantic Database Network is an open access data repository of information on the identities of enslaved people in the Atlantic World. It includes the names, ethnicities, skills, occupations, and illnesses of individual slaves.

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