1. Plan your research

Be sure to plan your work thoroughly before embarking upon a genealogy research project. Start by interviewing your family members about your Aboriginal ancestry.

2. Prepare a Family Tree

Once you’ve gathered all the necessary information from your family members, it’s a good idea to prepare a family tree, which is an invaluable tool. Genealogical societies and archives centres can provide you with family tree charts.

3. Getting started

 Once you’ve gathered as much information as possible from
your family members, you’ll have to decide how you want to move forward with
your research project. If you live near a library or an archives centre, it’s
best to start your genealogy research there. They have genealogists and
specialized researchers who will be able to help you with your research.


If you’re Internet-savvy, do your research online. But beware, as any information you find on the Internet should only be considered a starting point. Always check any data you find online against a church register or genealogical directory.


5. Useful Links

4. Where can you find this information?

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