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Each state’s reports can be searched adding to their historical research value. Many Aboriginal Australians would say with conviction that they have always been here.This control included almost all aspects of Aboriginal people’s lives with ‘Protection’ laws and regulations determining every aspect of their lives – from the forced removal of children, where they lived, worked, had wages and entitlements withheld (now known as Stolen Wages), owned land, to their personal relationships and contact with family and community..These laws were in force from the 1840s (in some states) and then, after federation, well into the 1960s and even the 1970s for some states.The small locks of hair were collected during anthropological expeditions across Australia from the 1920s to the 1960s.

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These sites include Barrow Island and Carpenters Gap in the Kimberley, Devils Lair south of Perth, Willandra Lakes in NSW, and Warratyi rockshelter in the Flinders Ranges.

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On 21-23 April 1937, there was a conference held of "Chief Protectors and Boards controlling aborigines in the States and the Northern Territory." The proceedings of this conference clearly detail the degree of control that the state and territory governments had over Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people at that time.

This digital collection contains the full text of the annual reports of all state and territory ‘protection boards' and the subsequent government agencies. They became the genetic ancestors of all surviving modern human populations outside of Africa, who are all characterised by a distinctive small subset of Neandertal DNA – around 2.5% – preserved in their genomes.