The department leads many truth telling Aboriginal history projects and works in partnership with Aboriginal communities and stakeholders to connect people to their Aboriginal ancestry.
Access historical records and information relating to Aboriginal Western Australians.
Our service desk is open 10am to 2pm Monday to Friday located on level 3, State Library of WA, 25 Francis Street, Perth.
Helping Aboriginal families with ancestral information through professional research, advice for native title and general research.
Need help with your Aboriginal family history research? We may hold information in our collections about you or your direct ancestors.
This is a site for authors, academics, students, government agencies and people doing community history research or anyone with an interest in Aboriginal history in WA.
Applications by Aboriginal people in Western Australia between 1887 and 1933.
Historical town blocks granted to Aboriginal people in Western Australia
A comprehensive database of the individuals buried at the Moore River Native Cemetery.
Genealogies and photographs of Aboriginal People collected from across Western Australian 1935-1966.
A name index of children of Aboriginal descent admitted to the Perth and Swan orphanages and missions between 1871 and 1920.
A searchable database of Aboriginal people sent to Wadjemup (Rottnest Island) between 1900 and 1931.
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