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At the heart of the National Museum of Australia is our National Historical Collection, more than , objects which represent Australia’s history and cultural heritage. The collection helps us to build connections between objects, memory, imagination and lived experience – across cultures, across communities and across time.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title. Lists the titles within volumes published between to Febru Erratum to: Framenau, V.W. The wolf spider genus Venatrix Roewer: new species, synonymies and generic transfers (Araneae, Lycosidae) (Records of the Western Australian Museum –) Volker W.
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Research on these millions of objects yields insights into how our world changes through time and how its diversity can be classified and interpreted. The Australian Book of Records. 1, likes 12 talking about this. The Australian Book of Records (TABOR) was established inby 93 times world driving record breakers, Helen and John Taylor, Followers: 1K.
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Service records. We hold the following records of World War II service: Personnel service records for the Second Australian Imperial Force (Series B). Citizen Military Forces personnel service records (Series B).
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Sydney’s Aboriginal Past. Investigating the Archaeological and Historical Records. (2nd edition – soft cover) Author Attenbrow, V. J Year Publication Type Book Publisher UNSW Press Number of pages Publisher UNSW Press Place Published Sydney. The Australian additions feel like echoes from the bigger Sixties in Swinging London, Warhol’s New York or Paris.
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The South Australian Museum has a large and important collection of photographs of Aboriginal people, together with accompanying genealogies.
Many of these are the work of Norman Tindale from the s to s. Anthropological collections like the Tindale collection provide genealogical information about Aboriginal families.
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Historical Records of Australian Science publishes peer-reviewed articles and book reviews on the history of science and scientists in Australia and the southwest Pacific, biographical memoirs of deceased Fellows of the Academy, and an annual bibliography of the history of Australian science.
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See all 3 Australian Museum tickets and tours on Tripadvisor4/5().The South Australian Museum has the records relating ebook data collection from most of the Board's forty seven expeditions.
The records date from until when the Board for Anthropological Research changed its name to the Board of Aboriginal Studies.