walata tyamateetj

Contributors:
Public Record Office Victoria (Author)
National Archives of Australia (Author)
Richard Broome (historical overview)
Justine Heazlewood (Preface)
David Fricker (Preface)

About the project
This was a simple aggregation-only job for the Public Record Office Victoria. They supplied us with a validated epub and mobi file and cover image. We then published it to Amazon, Apple, Kobo and Google Play. This was our easiest aggregation-only job to date, as we often find customers haven’t validated their ebook files—meaning that the vendors reject the ebook. The most interesting aspect of this job was to make it free on all vendors, as we’ve never had a customer request this.

Book Information
walata tyamateetj is the latest publication from the Koorie Records Unit at the Public Record Office of Victoria, Australia. walata tyamateetj means ‘carry knowledge’ in the Gunditjmara language of western Victoria. A detailed listing of Aboriginal public records held in Victoria this guidebook hopes to improve access to government records about Aboriginal people, their families, communities and culture.

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