Some records have very personal and sensitive information about people and families. To protect privacy, you may need to ask other family members if it is okay to look at the records.
If you do not need permission from any other people or families, you still need to fill in a form to let staff look up information about you.
In Queensland, policies and legislation (such as the Aboriginal Protection and Restriction of the Sale of Opium Act 1897) led to a high volume of records being created about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The information in these records can be helpful in tracing
The records may also help with other information, such as proving a date of birth.
The records in this collection are located in a number of places, such as the State Library of Queensland, within the Department's archives, or the Queensland State Archives.
We do not currently have any records linked to this organisation, but records may exist. The Find & Connect Support Service can help people who lived in orphanages and children's institutions look for their records.
We do not currently have any photographs linked to this entry. If you know of any additional photographs, please contact us.
The Find & Connect Support Service can help people who lived in orphanages and children's institutions look for their records.
13 May 2022
Cite this: http://www.findandconnect.gov.au/guide/qld/QE00907
First published by the Find & Connect Web Resource Project for the Commonwealth of Australia, 2011
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