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Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages Fitzroy, Victoria

VACL is the peak Indigenous body for Victorian Aboriginal Languages, created to develop partnerships with, and provide resources and information to, government and non-government and community organisations. The VACL Library is a repository for specialist language materials for Indigenous communities. It also houses a range of media including books, audio-visual materials, manuscripts and other items in print and electronic form.

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70 Hanover Street Fitzroy VIC 3065 (map)
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+61 (03) 9600 3811

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70 Hanover Street Fitzroy Victoria

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The VACL Library is a unique and highly significant resource. It features the most complete holding of materials on Victorian Aboriginal languages in existence, and is the only place prioritising Community as well as historical and linguistic materials. To achieve VACL’s aim of providing and maintaining a central resource for Victorian Indigenous languages to benefit local Aboriginal communities and individuals of Victorian Aboriginal descent, the Library’s focus is on Aboriginal languages in Victoria. However, the collection extends to resources on interstate Indigenous languages, as well as covering issues of endangered languages and language reclamation around the world. Although its focus remains on Aboriginal languages of Victoria, the Library's specialisation encompasses a diverse range of subject areas. The collection contains resources covering, but not restricted to, the subjects of linguistics, history, sociology, education and botany.

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Please contact us in the event that you are the owner of the copyright or related rights in any of the material on this website, or in a publication or broadcast to which VACL has provided material from its collections, and you believe that the material may be subject to a third party ownership or another legal claim,or you believe that use of this material infringes your intellectual property or any other rights.
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Elizabeth Swan 5 July 2016 5:07 PM

Hi I'm an Aboriginal teacher who is teaching Aboriginal Gamilaroi language in a high school years 7 and 8. I have very limited resources and wondering if there is anything on our language that I may be able to borrow or purchase .

Jenny Gibson 6 July 2016 11:31 AM

Dear Elizabeth, thank you very much for contacting us. Although we do have resources relating to Gamilaroi Language, items in our collection are not for sale or loan. I'm wondering where you are located. If we know your region, we might be able to point you to more local organisations that could help you and your students. If you're in or ever around Melbourne, we would love you to visit. If you have any questions about this, please don't hesitate to contact us on (03) 9600 3811 or info@vaclang.org.au. Thanks again for your message, Kind Regards, Jenny Gibson

Patricia Holt 2 May 2017 8:14 AM

thank you for the website. I would like to know how you would name the original people of the Creswick, Vic. area. I have seen mention of Wemba Wemba and Dja Dja Warrung, also Kulin nation (in your website for the dictionary of Wathawoorrong. Thank you

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Map - Region 20 rural directory

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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maps

Periodical - Victorian historical journal : women's suffrage centenary issue

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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b&w photographs, b&w illustrations, cartoons

Electronic Resource - Healesville High School : Dreamtime Stories

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

In August 2013, Kiwa Digital, in conjunction with the Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages brought the KIWA SLAM™ to the Ngulu (Language) Class of Healesville High school. Under the guidance of Aunty Joy Murphy, our Wurundjeri elder, nineteen years 7, 8 & 9 students undertook an intensive two days of Dreamtime story telling, culminating in four dreamtime stories told through striking artwork and narrated in the students' own voices. (cover notes)

Periodical - Victorian historical journal : founders issue

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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B&w illustrations, b&w photographs

Kit - Moort Family Reader Series CD

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Language reader.

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CD, picture cards

DVD - Nothing rhymes with Ngapartji

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Nothing Rhymes with Ngapartji follows the journey of acclaimed Pitjantjatjara actor Trevor Jamieson, as he returns to his traditional country to perform his hit stage show Ngapartji Ngapartji to an all-Indigenous audience in the remote Australian Aboriginal community of Ernabella, South Australia. Nothing Rhymes with Ngapartji is a film about performing a multi-faceted drama to audiences who speak different languages, who are of different cultures and who have varying expectations. Offers an insight into Indigenous perspectives on the consequences of white settlement for Aboriginal cultures. In presenting the material in both Pitjantjatjara and English, it raises the important issue of stories needing to be told in languages that are central to different Australians' understanding of the world. The film is part of Big hART?s Ngapartji Ngapartji project, which is a collaborative work in progress between Indigenous and white Australians that pools their skills, experiences and resources to tell an important story about Indigenous history, culture, language and the experience of several generations.

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DVD, online study guide

Book - The boundaries of the Mount Franklin Aboriginal Reserve

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

"This enquiry into the boundaries of the Mount Franklin Aboriginal Reserve had its origins in the preparation of a biography of geologist Thomas Smith of Sandon, which raised queries about Boundary Gully Road, Parkers Gully and the location in that vicinity of the Reserve boundary. At a subsequent meeting of the Daylesford Historical Society, commemorating the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Aboriginal Reserve at Franklinford in 1841, it became clear that the actual boundaries were only poorly known ... A search for information srouces in Melbourne and Sydney did not produce an overall Plan, but it is hoped that the material obtained will present a sufficiently accurate picture to be useful to other local historians and be of some interest also to the general reader" --Preface. Contents: The boundaries of the Mt. Franklin Aboriginal Reserve The five mile radius The Tarrengower challenge Provisional boundaries Survey of the Reserve Breakup of the Reserve References Appendices.

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maps, b&w illustrations, b&w photographs

Booklet with CDROM - Yaalam Butchulla : speaking Butchulla

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Learning tool for speaking the Butchulla language for beginners and middle levels.

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CD-ROM

Book - Hidden histories

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Collection of Print outs from an online project visited on 26/11/2003.

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B&w photographs

Book - Encountering Aboriginal languages : studies in the history of Australian linguistics

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

"This edited volume represents the first book-length study of the history of research on Australian Aboriginal languages, and collects together 18 original papers on a wide variety of topics, spanning the period from first settlement to the present day. The introduction sets the scene for the book by presenting an overview of the history of histories of research on the languages of Australia , and identifying some of the major issues in Aboriginal linguistic historiography as well as directions for future investigations. Part 1 presents three detailed investigations of the history of work on particular languages and regions.The eight papers of Part 2 study and re-evaluate the contributions of particular individuals, most of who are somewhat marginal or have been marginalised in Aboriginal linguistics. Part 3 consists of six studies specific linguistic topics: sign language research, language revival, pidgins and creoles, fieldwork, Fr. Schmidt's work on personal pronouns, and the discovery that Australia was a multilingual continent. Overall, the volume presents two major challenges to Australianist orthodoxy. First, the papers challenge the typically anachronistic approaches to the history of Aboriginal linguistics, and reveal the need to examine previous research in the context of their times - and the advantages of doing so to contemporary understanding and language documentation. Second, the widespread presumption that the period 1910-1960 represented the 'dark ages' of Aboriginal linguistics, characterised by virtually no linguistic work, is refuted by a number of studies in the present volume."

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B&w photographs, maps

Kit - Nidja nganyang moyran

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Language reader.

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Colour illustrations, photographs, language cards, CD

Kit - Nganyang kongk

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Language reader.

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Colour illustrations, photographs, language cards, CD

Kit - Nganyang maam yok

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Language reader.

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Colour illustrations, photographs, language cards, CD

Book - Djab Wurrung : Living Museum of the West : 10/07/1996

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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word lists, tables

Book - Aboriginal words and their meanings

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

A short book of definitions of Aboriginal words; Aboriginal-English only and no source languages identified.

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word lists, colour illustrations

Book - Southern Anthropology : a History of Fison and Howitt's Kamilaroi and Kurnai

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

From far-flung sites in Australia and the Pacific Islands, Lorimer Fison and A. W. Howitt produced the landmark study, 'Kamilaroi and Kurnai' (1880). Their book revealed the complexity of Aboriginal and Pacific Island societies and changed the course of anthropology in the early years of the discipline. Using archival sources and an innovative approach, Southern Anthropology explores the research, writing and reception of 'Kamilaroi and Kurnai'. Historical chapters track Fison and Howitt's collection and analysis of anthropological material in the context of raging debates about the evolution of humans. This narrative is interspersed with an introduction to the kinship and social organisation of Aboriginal and Pacific Island people that highlight the enduring value of Fison and Howitt's methods and the resurgence of their questions in contemporary anthropology. Southern Anthropology is designed to be read across disciplinary boundaries.

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b&w illustrations, b&w photographs, tables, document reproductions

Book - Guide to Victorian Aboriginal collections in the Museum of Victoria

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Collections from the Museum of Victoria which show their holdings of arts and crafts by Victorian Aboriginal people. Includes tools, weapons, baskets, paintings and photos.

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b&w photographs, b&w illustrations

Book - Aboriginal languages in education

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages have been ignored or suppressed in the education system for generations. Recently this has changed and Aboriginal languages are now being taught at various levels in many places. This book aims to promote discussion and sharing of ideas between existing programs.

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b&w photographs, tables

Periodical - Victorian historical journal : centenary issue

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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b&w photographs, b&w illustrations, document reproductions

Periodical - Victorian historical journal : history as a tourist attraction

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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b&w illustrations

Book - From the centre to the city : Aboriginal education, culture and power

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

This book is about the directions being taken in Australia to develop an Aboriginal curriculum in schools. Kevin Keeffe describes, analyses and criticises the meaning and place of Aboriginal culture in the Australian curriculum.

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b&w photographs, b&w illustrations, colour illustrations

Book - A learner's guide to Warumungu

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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Maps, word lists

Book - Glimpses of life in Victoria (1872) : by a resident [L. Massey]

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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b&w illustrations

Book - Australian Alps oral history project 1994 : Aboriginal histories : unpublished report for the Australian Alps Liaison Committee

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Unpublished report for the Australian Alps Liaison Committee. A series of interviews with a variety of people.

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b&w photographs, document reproductions

Book - Victorian essential learning standards

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Book - The green book of Language revitalization in practice

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

1. Language Revitalization: An Overview /? Leanne Hinton 2. Diversity in Local Language Maintenance and Restoration: A Reason For Optimism /? Anna Ash, Jessie Little Doe Fermino and Ken Hale 3. Federal Language Policy and Indigenous Languages in the United States /? Leanne Hinton 4. "... To Help Assure the Survival and Continuing Vitality of Native American Languages" /? Robert D. Arnold 5. Language Planning /? Leanne Hinton Introduction to the Pueblo Languages /? Leanne Hinton 6. Native Language Planning: A Pilot Process in the Acoma Pueblo Community /? Christine P. Sims 7. The Key To Cultural Survival: Language Planning and Revitalization in the Pueblo de Cochiti /? Regis Pecos and Rebecca Blum-Martinez The Navajo Language: I /? Ken Hale 8. Navajo Head Start Language Study /? Paul R. Platero 9. Introduction to Revitalization of National Indigenous Languages /? Leanne Hinton Introduction to the Welsh Language /? Leanne Hinton 10. Welsh: A European Case of Language Maintenance /? Gerald Morgan Introduction to the Maori Language /? Ken Hale 11. Te Kohanga Reo: Maori Language Revitalization /? Jeanette King An Introduction to the Hawaiian Language /? Leanne Hinton 12. The Movement to Revitalize Hawaiian Language and Culture /? Sam L. No'Eau Warner 13. "Mai Loko Mai O Ka 'I'ini: Proceeding from a Dream": The 'Aha Punana Leo Connection in Hawaiian Language Revitalization /? William H. Wilson and Kauanoe Kamana 14. Teaching Methods /? Leanne Hinton The Karuk Language /? Leanne Hinton 15. Teaching Well, Learning Quickly: Communication-Based Language Instruction /? Terry Supahan and Sarah E. Supahan The Navajo Language: II /? Ken Hale 16. Tsehootsooidi Olta'gi Dine Bizaad Bihoo'aah: A Navajo Immersion Program at Fort Defiance, Arizona /? Marie Arviso and Wayne Holm 17. The Master-Apprentice Language Learning Program /? Leanne Hinton 18. Linguistic Aspects of Language Teaching and Learning in Immersion Contexts /? Ken Hale 19. New Writing Systems /? Leanne Hinton An Introduction to Paiute /? Leanne Hinton and Ken Hale 20. Language Revitalization in the San Juan Paiute Community and the Role of a Paiute Constitution /? Pamela Bunte and Robert Franklin 21. Audio-Video Documentation /? Leanne Hinton Australian Languages /? Ken Hale 22. Strict Locality in Local Language Media: An Australian Example /? Ken Hale The Arapaho Language /? Ken Hale 23. Reflections on the Arapaho Language Project, or When Bambi Spoke Arapaho and Other Tales of Arapaho Language Revitalization Efforts /? Stephen Greymorning Irish /? Ken Hale 24. Continuity and Vitality: Expanding Domains through Irish-Language Radio /? Colleen Cotter The Mono Language /? Ken Hale 25. On Using Multimedia in Language Renewal: Observations from Making the CD-ROM Taitaduhaan /? Paul V. Kroskrity and Jennifer F. Reynolds 26. Can the Web Help Save My Language? /? Laura Buszard-Welcher 27. Training People to Teach Their Language /? Leanne Hinton Inuttut and Innu-aimun /? Ken Hale 28. The Role of the University in the Training of Native Language Teachers: Labrador /? Alana Johns and Irene Mazurkewich Languages of Arizona, Southern California, and Oklahoma /? Leanne Hinton 29. Indigenous Educators as Change Agents: Case Studies of Two Language Institutes /? Teresa L. McCarty, Lucille J. Watahomigie and Akira Y. Yamamoto /? [et al.] The Navajo Language: III /? Ken Hale 30. Promoting Advanced Navajo Language Scholarship /? Clay Slate 31. Sleeping Languages: Can They Be Awakened? /? Leanne Hinton 32. The Use of Linguistic Archives in Language Revitalization: The Native California Language Restoration Workshop /? Leanne Hinton The Ohlone Languages /? Leanne Hinton 33. New Life for a Lost Language /? Linda Yamane.

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Maps, b&w photographs, tables, word lists

Book - Macquarie Aboriginal words

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

A non-technical introduction and survey of seventeen Australian languages from across the continent; various authors. Simple grammatical information and wordlists organised by meaning. Introduction describing characteristics of Australian languages and relationship to kinship systems, address list of language centres, each language chapter has introduction, notes on wordlist, spelling and pronunciation, grammar and extensive wordlist in 26 or more categories; language index and English index; chapters annotated separately.

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Word lists, maps

Book - Language and culture in Aboriginal Australia

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

A series of studies of aspects of language and culture in different parts of Aboriginal Australia. It includes ?language ownership?, historical aspects and how Aboriginal languages are now being used in media and education.

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Maps, word lists

Audio CD - Beyond the bars 10 : highlights from 3CR's prison broadcasts : NAIDOC Week 2013

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

This CD is the tenth in a series of prison broadcast productions delivered by 3CR. It includes interviews, songs, poems and messages from Indigenous inmates at Port Phillip Prison, Fulham Correctional Centre, Barwon Prison, Marngoneet Correctional Centre, Loddon Prison and the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre.

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CD

Book - Aboriginal perspectives on experience and learning : the role of language in Aboriginal education

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

The content moves from the history of Aboriginal people to knowledge and learning skills to arranging a classroom program.

Book - Records of the Victorian Archaeological Survey : number 9, August 1979 : a preliminary investigation of Aboriginal mounds in North-Western Victoria

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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Maps, charts, graphs, b&w photographs, diagrams

Book - Australian interlibrary resource sharing directory

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Directory of interlibrary access for loans and holdings. Includes interlibrary code.

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library listings

Book - Bibliography of the Victorian Aborigines : from the earliest manuscripts to 31 December 1970

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

This bibliography is designed to list all the material written about Victorian Aborigines (except for newspaper accounts) within the given time frame. The material has been divided under headings distinguishing the subject, town, region and locality in alphabetical order, and provide a cross-index.

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colour illustrations

Book - Ngiyampaa wordworld 1 : thipingku yuwi, maka ngiya, names of birds &? other words

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Language to English dictionary, with English - Language finder list, plus stories, songs and sentence examples

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B&w photographs, word lists, maps

Booklet - Korero Maori : give it a go

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Little booklet aimed at revival of Maori language, using sport as a basis.

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B&w illustrations

CD-ROM - Database of Aboriginal placenames of Victoria

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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CD-ROM

Book - Djinadara wer Noorn 3

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Language reader.

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Colour photographs, word lists, CD

Book - Mayi : some bush fruits of Dampierland

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Rich cultural knowledge and language words presented in botanical reference style. Includes short personal story by Karrmaka (Elsie White).

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Colour photographs, b&w drawings

DVD - Us mob real lives, real stories. How it ends it up to you ...

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Interactive multi-ending Indigenous drama series set in Hidden Valley; inspired by requests from elders and youth of the Arrernte community in Mbarnte Alice Springs.

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DVD

Book - Making chatter matter : understanding language impairment within a multilingual environment

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Chapters: Language & Communication; Historical Perspective: Learning; Language use in Multilingual Malaysia; Language Impairment; Descriptions of Linguistic Categories; Effects of Language Impairment; Strategies to enhance Early Communication Skills; Teaching your Child; Suggested Activities that can promote Language Development; Frequently Asked Questions

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Book - And the clock struck thirteen : the life and thoughts of Kaurna Elder Uncle Lewis Yerloburka O'Brien /? as told to Mary-Anne Gale

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

The story of Kaurna man Uncle Lewis O'Brien and his family, beginning with his great, great grandmother Kudnarto - the first Aboriginal woman to marry a white man in South Australia. Contents: 1: Padniadlu wadu: Let's walk together in harmony 2: Kudnarto of Skillogalee Creek 3: Who was Tom Adam senior? 4: Tom and Tim Adams of Poonindie 5: The Adams Family of Point Pearce mission 6: Treasured memories and lessons from the mission 7: My difficult childhood 8: Leaving school and doing an apprenticeship 9: Joining the Merchant Navy 10: Becoming a 'land-lover' and settling down 11: Reflections on working in schools and university 12: Sharing our space 13: Achievements and celebrations.

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colour photographs, maps, b&w photographs

Book - Aboriginality and English : report to the Australian Research Council

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

"The relation of Aboriginality to English has important implications for communication between Aborigines and other Australians, and especially for the education of Aboriginal and other Australian children within a context of reconciliation." Executive summary "The relationship between Aboriginal English and Australian English requires an appropriate educational response, and the report concludes by providing the rationale for two way bidialectal education which is the best way in which Aboriginality and English may thrive together within a schooling which will relate meaningfully to a life experience in which both English dialects have an important place". Executive summary

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word lists, tables

Book - Major Mitchell's 1836 "Australia Felix" expedition : a re-evaluation

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Journal style notes with maps and illustrations of the journey of Major Mitchell.

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maps, b&w illustrations, colour illustrations, tables

Map - Region 22 rural directory Goulburn-Murray area

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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maps

Book - The journals of George Augustus Robinson, Chief Protector, Port Phillip Aboriginal Protectorate : volume five : 25 October 1845 - 9 June 1849

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

The journals of George Augustus Robinson (1788-1866), the Chief Protector of Aborigines of Port Phillip from 1839- March 1850 are a rich source of historical and ethnohistorical information. His voluminous private papers and journals were acquired by the Mitchell Library in NSW in 1939. The publications of Robinson's journals is an important addition to the already published material, for they offer insights into the state of relations between Aboriginal people and Europeans in the districts visited.

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document reproductions, b&w illustrations

CD-ROM - Australian Aborigines : the language and customs of several tribes of Aborigines in the Western District of Victoria

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Comprehensive collection of details from James Dawson and his daughter on the people they met when they first settled in the Western District of Victoria in 1840. Detailed notes were kept on language and customs. He involved himself with the local people and respected their rights and lifestyle. He recorded incidents of their first contact with white people.

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CD-ROM

Book - Boandik/Bunganditj language reclamation project

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

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B&w illustrations, word lists

Book - Place names and land tenure : windows into Aboriginal landscapes : essays in Victorian Aboriginal history

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

This work is a collection of twelve essays that are concerned with place names, clan organisation and local and regional Aboriginal history.

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maps, document reproductions

Book - Conserving the national estate : a bibliography of national estate studies

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Since 1973 more than 3500 Aboriginal, historic and natural conservation projects have been funded. Many of these projects have led to both published and unpublished reports. This bibliography provides access to this information.

Book - Victoria's biodiversity : directions in management

Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages, Fitzroy

Looking at Victoria in each region and examining the biodiversity of the environment, for management purposes.

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Maps (including two large maps) charts, graphs, colour photographs,