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Archival Resources Details Results Sheets
- File Title
- Results Sheets
- National Centre for Indigenous Genomics
- Date Range
- 1972 - 1973
This file contains the 'results of the draw-a-man test' for Woorabinda October 1972 giving a list of school children's names, their class in school and their rating on a 5 point scale for English, maths and art.
There is a photocopy of the same list of school children's names, giving their class in school and their standard score. A large stack of photocopied results sheets from the University of Queensland records the results of a physical examination on people in Woorabinda. The results include: standing height, weight, head circumference, mid arm circumference, T.S.F. and blood pressure.
File 15b contains A large stack of record sheets detailing a person's name, sex, birth place, birth date, birthweight, home environment and school performance, weight, height, head circumference and arm circumference. Some records consist of 2 sheets stapled together and include details of other family members.
File 15c contains: Sheets listing individuals from Millingimbi by their tribal name and giving (unidentified) measurements at birth and height and weight of the baby's parents; sheets listing individuals from Bathurst Island by their first name and giving (unidentified) measurements at birth and height and weight of the baby's parents; handwritten working results sheet from Maningrida (9/2/1970) recording birth weights for individuals (identified by their first names only) over a 4 year period. This file also contains handwritten working results filling a pad of paper (11/2/1970) and recording birth weights for individuals (identified by their first names only) over a 4 year period; and a set of loose sheets recording birth weights (and heights?) for individuals (mostly only identified by their first names) sometimes over a 4 year period.
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- Follow the link http://ncig.anu.edu.au/governance-ethics-framework to find out how to access the NCIG collections.