NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages (Aboriginal births for the past 100 years)New South Wales pioneers index 1788-1918 (Aboriginal births, 1909-1918)NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages (Aboriginal births, 1788-1912)NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages (Aboriginal marriages for the past 50 years)NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages (Aboriginal marriages, 1788-1962)NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages (Aboriginal deaths for the past 30 years)NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages (Aboriginal deaths, 1788-1982)Electoral rolls, 1990-2008Electoral rolls (NSW), 1903-1989Minutes of the meetings of the New South Wales Aboriginal Protection Board and the Aboriginal Welfare BoardList of abbreviationsTindale genealogiesWhat are the
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Australian Indigenous indexAboriginal Biographical Index (ABI)
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Getting started

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. You might have to sign up for a Library card to use many of the resources.

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Aboriginal carved tree from the Dubbo district.

Aboriginal carved tree from the Dubbo district / Henry King Photo, Sydney (191?)

Traditionally, in central and western NSW, carved trees marked the burial sites of important men. 

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