Content tagged with Reserves and missions

Mapping NSW Aboriginal Missions, Stations, and Camps 1883-1969

This interactive map of New South Wales Aboriginal Missions, Stations and Camps identifies the locations and provides information about...

Explore article - 27 Jun 2018

Papers of Alick and Merle Jackomos

Esmai, Merle and Alick Jackomos, 1967, Melbourne, Victoria. (JACKOMOS.A02.CS-000092248) Merle and Alick Jackomos have a long connection with...

Blog post - 1 May 2018

The Famous Erambie Allblacks

With local competitions and the NRL winding up, Koori communities all over New South Wales are finalising plans for their Knockout teams. The all...

Blog post - 27 Sep 2016

Mission Days

Introducing the Remembering the Mission Days online exhibition is Dr Lawrence Bamblett, a Wiradjuri man from New South Wales and a Research...

Explore article - 3 Jun 2015

Reading list: Remembering the Mission Days

Search the collection for further material, including audio visual items on this topic. AIATSIS call number: B K110.10/S1...

Publication or resource - 15 Feb 2015

Subject guide - How to find mission and reserve records

Because of the large number of missions operating in Australia over the years, mission records are widely dispersed across Australia (and overseas...

Publication or resource - 15 Feb 2015

Takeover

On 13 March 1978, the Queensland government announced its intention to take over management of Aurukun Aboriginal Reserve from the Uniting Church....

Publication or resource - 12 Feb 2015

Malbangka Country

Gustav Malbangka and his family lived at Hermannsburg Mission in central Australia. Like many others, they wished to leave the social problems of...

Publication or resource - 12 Feb 2015

Remembering the mission days

Images in this gallery have been selected from issues of the journals Our Aim and Evangel.

Gallery - 10 Feb 2015

White Christ Black Cross: The emergence of a Black church

Summary Noel Loos frames the churches’ missionary outreach to Aboriginal people within the reality of frontier violence, government control,...

Publication or resource - 29 Jan 2015

A Bend in the Yarra: A history of the Merri Creek Protectorate Station and Merri Creek Aboriginal School 1841–1851

Summary The Yarra Bend Park marks one of the most important post-contact places in the Melbourne metropolitan area, and is of great significance...

Publication or resource - 19 Jan 2015

White Christ Black Cross: The emergence of a Black church

Summary Noel Loos frames the churches’ missionary outreach to Aboriginal people within the reality of frontier violence, government control,...

Publication or resource - 3 Dec 2014