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Link-Up (Qld)'s latest newsletter
Volume 19 March / April 2016
Features reunions from Warangesda Mission, Mornington Island, Darwin and Yacamunda Station.
It can be downloaded along with older newsletters by following the link below.
Aboriginal Girls Home, West End (1899 - 1906) acted as a receiving depot for Aboriginal domestic servants from all over Queensland. Under the Aboriginal Protection and Restriction of the Sale of Opium Act 1897, the Aboriginal Girls Home was classified as a "reserve" in 1904 and was therefore governed by the provisions of the Act.