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GENEALOGY GEMS 2017: UTTERLY DESTITUTE: RESEARCHING SOCIAL WELFARE STORIES...

by State Library of South Australia
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State Library of SA, Hetzel Lecture Theatre

Institute Building

Corner North Tce & Kintore Ave

Adelaide, SA 5000

Australia

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State Records is the archive for state and local government in South Australia. Their historical social welfare records include details of admissions into the Destitute Asylum and the Lying-in Home, and information about children who were "boarded out" or sentenced to a Reformatory. Join us to learn more about the social welfare system in South Australia and how you can access these official records.

Archivist, State Records of South Australia

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Genealogy Gems 2017: Utterly destitute: researching social welfare stories at the State Records of South Australia at State Library of SA, Hetzel Lecture Theatre

Institute Building Corner North Tce & Kintore Ave, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia