Cootamundra Domestic Training Home for Aboriginal Girls
The Cootamundra Domestic Training Home for Aboriginal Girls, located at Cootamundra, New South Wales operated by the New South Wales Aborigines Welfare Board from 1911 to 1968 to provide training to girls forcible taken from their families under the Aborigines Protection Act (1909). These girls were members of the Stolen generations and were not allowed any contact with their families, being trained to work as domestic servants. Reports of girls being abused were related in Bringing Them Home, the report into the Stolen Generations. The building that housed the Home was later taken over by the Aboriginal Evangelical Fellowship as a Christian vocational, cultural and agricultural training centre called Bimbadeen College.
- Debra Jopson, (23 May 1997) Stolen lives, Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney, p. 38
- Horton, David (ed.), (1994), The Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia, Vol. 1, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, , p. 228.
- Tatjana Clancy, (13 August 2012, 5:06 p.m.), Cootamundra Remembers, Afternoons with Genevieve Jacobs, ABC Canberra 666
- Tony Stephens, (28 January 1998), Blood and Guts, Sydney Morning Herald', Sydney, p. 9
- Cootamundra Domestic Training Home for Aboriginal Girls (1911 - 1986) at The Australian Women's Register
- Resources on the Cootamundra Domestic Training Home for Aboriginal Girls, (1911-1986) at the National Library of Australia, Trove site
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