Aboriginal Studies - HSC

Research Guide for the HSC subject Aboriginal Studies.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are kindly advised that this website includes images, sounds and names of people who have passed.

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Aboriginal Studies for HSC

This guide brings together essential resources, including key eresources and websites, for students studying HSC Aboriginal Studies. With a State Library card these resources are available anywhere, at any time. 
Please refer to the NSW Education Standards authority (NESA) website for essential information about the syllabus, assessment and reporting. 

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Map showing the distribution of the Aboriginal tribes of Australia

Map showing the distribution of the Aboriginal tribes of Australia [cartographic material] / by Norman B. Tindale.

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