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Norman Tindale was an anthropologist who recorded genealogies of Aboriginal people, mainly in the 1930s. From 1928 he began visiting Aboriginal people living on missions and government stations around Australia. By the end of the 1960s he had photographed thousands of Aboriginal people and recorded many genealogies (family trees). His research is now known as the Tindale Genealogical Collection, parts of which are held at State Library of Queensland.
Family at Barambah Aboriginal Settlement, 1911, Cherbourg, Queensland, John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland, Negative number: 130674
Tindale created genealogies of Aboriginal families for up to three generations.
South Australian Museum has his original research.
State Library of Queensland has copies of genealogies and photographs for the Aboriginal communities:
Young women dressed for a dance party at Cherbourg, Negative number: 107427