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This collection will benefit a great variety of professionals and researchers involved with Indigenous issues such anthropologists, archaeologists, and people working in government departments, health services, legal services, museums, as well as in Aboriginal land councils and other Indigenous organisations.
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This Virtual Library web catalogue was founded in January 1996. It currently has annotated links to 515 resources for over 150 languages. About 37% of these resources are produced, published by, or directly represent the voices of Indigenous people.