The Resource But, what have we done to uplift them? The administration of Aboriginal affairs policy at the federal level, 1901-1949

But, what have we done to uplift them? The administration of Aboriginal affairs policy at the federal level, 1901-1949

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But, what have we done to uplift them? The administration of Aboriginal affairs policy at the federal level, 1901-1949
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But, what have we done to uplift them? The administration of Aboriginal affairs policy at the federal level, 1901-1949
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Language
eng
Summary
Based on Government correspondence and Parliamentary debates; constitutional status of Aborigines; policy formation departmental responsibility; reactions to Bleakley Report; role of Aborigines J. Noble, D. Unaipon, W. Cooper, W. Ferguson, H.J. Milera; lobbying by various groups including Aborigines Protection Board, London, Aborigines Protection League of South Australia and Citizens Education Fellowship
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Gleeson, Jennifer Ruth
Dissertation note
Thesis (B.A. Hons.)-Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
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  • Citizens' Educational Fellowship
  • Aborigines' Protection League
  • Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain)
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Discrimination
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But, what have we done to uplift them? The administration of Aboriginal affairs policy at the federal level, 1901-1949
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Publication
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An index of selected names from this item is available. To access these names contact AIATSIS Family History Unit
Contents
Prosper the commonwealth -- Ministers, bureaucrats and policies: Aboriginal policy and the Federal machine, 1901-1927 -- Aboriginal administration 1928-1936: Clarity of purpose or 'plenty humhug'? -- Aboriginal aministration 1937-1941: Assimilation backwards or forwards? -- Aboriginal administration 1941-1949: the quest for citizen rights -- Conclusion
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M0036461
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30 cm.
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x, 137 leaves :
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying & quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 received from ATSIC Library.
System control number
0060467
Label
But, what have we done to uplift them? The administration of Aboriginal affairs policy at the federal level, 1901-1949
Publication
Note
An index of selected names from this item is available. To access these names contact AIATSIS Family History Unit
Contents
Prosper the commonwealth -- Ministers, bureaucrats and policies: Aboriginal policy and the Federal machine, 1901-1927 -- Aboriginal administration 1928-1936: Clarity of purpose or 'plenty humhug'? -- Aboriginal aministration 1937-1941: Assimilation backwards or forwards? -- Aboriginal administration 1941-1949: the quest for citizen rights -- Conclusion
Control code
M0036461
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
x, 137 leaves :
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying & quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 received from ATSIC Library.
System control number
0060467

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