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Pallottine Mission student records - Tardun, WA


CollectionReserves and missionsArchives and archiving

5 Jun 2019 Cathy Zdanowicz

In July 2017, the Pallottines donated a collection of material to AIATSIS relating to the Mission, hostel and school that had been operating in Tardun, WA, from 1948 to 2004.  A portion of this collection included the student files that had been kept and maintained in relation to Aboriginal children who had been staying in the hostel and attending the school.

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Papers of Alick and Merle Jackomos

Alick Jackomos 1948

CollectionHuman rightsReserves and missions

1 May 2018 Ewan Maidment

Merle and Alick Jackomos have a long connection with AIATSIS. Upon hearing the news that the Jackomos family home was being sold, the Institute contacted Merle and Alick’s daughter, Esmai, to make arrangements for the preservation of her parents’ papers. 

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The Famous Erambie Allblacks

The Erambie Allblacks in 1929 prior to a match against Condobolin

Indigenous peoplesSports peopleReserves and missionsMission Days

28 Sep 2016 Dr Lawrence Bamblett

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

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