The Resource Aborigine enters history books, 100 years late, by Clyde H. Farnsworth

Aborigine enters history books, 100 years late, by Clyde H. Farnsworth

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Aborigine enters history books, 100 years late
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Aborigine enters history books, 100 years late
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by Clyde H. Farnsworth
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Language
eng
Summary
Article from local paper," Fitzroy Crossing Journal", which was reprinted in the New York Times, on Jandamarra (1873-1897) or Pidgeon, famous Bunuba guerilla fighter who organised successful 3 year campaign against settlers, 1894-1897, in the north-west of Western Australia; a film on Jandamarra is planned and at last his resistance is being transferred from Bunuba oral to school texts; Bunuba elder Banjo Woorunmurra, with historian Howard Pedersen, is writing Jandamarra's story; some comments on the changes in mainstream society allowing such 'challenging' history to be told
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non fiction
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Aborigine enters history books, 100 years late, by Clyde H. Farnsworth
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31 cm.
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1 leaf
Other physical details
ill., 1 map
Label
Aborigine enters history books, 100 years late, by Clyde H. Farnsworth
Publication
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
1 leaf
Other physical details
ill., 1 map

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