Guide to sources in the Library collection, with links to external collections and digitised collections.
The Library subscribes to a wide range of hard copy and online journals, magazines and newspapers. Online databases include a mix of fulltext and citations - which send you to a hard copy journal. If the Library doesn't hold the journal you are interested in, we can help you find a library that does.
Some of our online resources are also available offsite for Victorian registered users.
This list of journals and magazines produced by Victorian Indigenous organisations date mainly from the 1970s, and are not generally picked up by indexing services. In addition, the Library has a wide range of publications both dedicated to, and including information on, Indigenous history and contemporary issues. They cover Victoria, and more generally, Australia.
This is a listing of ejournals, freely available, and where indicated also in the Library in hard copy.
Published by the Aborigines' Protection Society, this issue from 1855 provides an overview of conditions for Indigenous peoples in the various British colonies. The Library also has hard copy issues of related titles.
Produced by the Aborigines Welfare Board in New South Wales, Dawn and New dawn includes photographs, family history and news of the schools and missions run in NSW by the Board. They cover the period 1952-1975.