3 edition of Draft inventory of the records of the Aborigines Protection Board and its successors. found in the catalog.
Draft inventory of the records of the Aborigines Protection Board and its successors.
Library Board of Western Australia.
Written in English
|Other titles||Records of the Aborigines Protection Board and its successors.|
|LC Classifications||Z5116 .W47 1961, GN667.W5 .W47 1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||81485172|
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Report of the Aborigines Welfare Board, New South Wales, for the Year ended 30th June, Presented to The Honourable Christopher Augustus Kelly, M.L.A., Chief Secretary, pursuant to Section 19B of the Aborigines Protection Act, I.
THE BOARD. Personnel and Meetings. Eleven regular meetings of the Aborigines Welfare Board. The recommendations made in the Report include: amendment of the Aborigines Protection Act; changes to Aborigines Protection Board membership; provision of additional funds to improve buildings, schools and rations and increase Aborigines Protection Board staff numbers; education and training for people on the reserves; and establishment of a complete record of all Aboriginal people subject to the jurisdiction of the Aborigines Protection Board.
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