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Daisy bates online sources

Daisy Bates (1859-1951) was a remarkable and quite controversial ethnographer who spent all of her adult life living in Aboriginal communities around parts of Western Australia and South Australia.

Her priceless collection of written records documents a great deal about the language and culture of the many different people she worked with.

To learn more please click the link below or the image above.

SA Museum online source

The South Australian Museum Archives contains expedition journals and supplementary papers, sound and film recordings, drawings, slides, correspondence, maps, photographs, genealogies, vocabularies and correspondence. Not all the collection has been processed.

The Norman Barnett Tindale collection was inscribed onto the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register in 2013 and the records that relate to the Board for Anthropological Research in 2015. 

To learn more please click the link below or the image above.

Mobile Language Team

The Mobile Language Team takes a community-first approach to their work.

Their work is guided by best-practice protocols for the maintenance and preservation of Aboriginal cultural heritage and language materials.

MLT works across the state and beyond with a number of Aboriginal communities and their heritage languages. These communities have varied approaches to working with language and cultural heritage materials.

To learn more please click the link below or the image above.