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Fred Maynard and the awakening of Aboriginal political consciousness and activism in twentieth century Australia, John Maynard

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Fred Maynard and the awakening of Aboriginal political consciousness and activism in twentieth century Australia
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Fred Maynard and the awakening of Aboriginal political consciousness and activism in twentieth century Australia
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John Maynard
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Language
eng
Summary
Examines the origins and early development of organised Aboriginal political activism of the twentieth century; the historical evaluation of the Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association is of crucial importance to the revision of Australian Aboriginal History
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NNCU:A
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1954-
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Maynard, John
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Newcastle, 2002.
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University of Newcastle (N.S.W.)
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  • Hatton, Elizabeth
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Political activists
  • Maynard, Charles Frederick (Fred)
  • Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association
  • Aborigines Progressive Association
  • Coloured Progressive Association
  • Homebush Girls Home
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
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Fred Maynard and the awakening of Aboriginal political consciousness and activism in twentieth century Australia, John Maynard
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Publication
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School of Aboriginal Studies, Faculty of Education and Arts
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 357-374)
Contents
Ch. 1: Historical deception -- the hidden history -- Literature review -- Methodology: history, fluidism?, data collection, data analysis -- The value of archival records and the track to new history -- Ch. 2: The politics of discontent -- The question of land -- The history of dispossession and enforced dependency -- The NSW Aborigines Protection Board -- Farming success - settler expansion and the soldier re-settlement scheme -- The Aboriginal response - dismay, anger and political revolt -- Ch. 3: Political awakening -- The Worimi people -- This man Fred Maynard -- Ch.4: The international black influences -- Jack Johnson -- The Coloured Progressive Association -- Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association -- Ch.5 : Political mobilisation -- A united front: the Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association -- Elizabeth McKenzie Hatton, J.J. Moloney and the Homebush Girls Home -- the first conference, Sydney 1925 -- Ch. 6: The rise and impact of the "Freedom Club" -- McKenzie Hatton and the recruitment drive -- Aboriginal elders -- The other fellow: Maynard's postcolonial outlook -- Press coverage: breaking the shackles of ignorance -- The fight for land and children -- Half yearly report -- The Board responds -- The Kempsey conference -- The prominence of Aboriginal women -- A year of consolidation -- A model Aboriginal state -- The petition to King George V -- Kimberley massacre -- National awareness -- Aboriginal only membership -- Introducing A.P. Elkin -- The Grafton Conference -- Ch. 8: 1927 - the struggle for liberty -- the AAPA manifesto -- the Jack Lang letter -- "My darling little sister" -- Confronting the clergy -- The Lismore Conference -- the Black Show -- Final curtain -- the Royal Commission on the Constitution -- The steel city of Newcastle -- Awakening - a national movement? -- Economic collapse -- An underground movement -- Disintegration and demise
Control code
000025156982
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
374 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
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ill.
Stock number
MAR05/003
Label
Fred Maynard and the awakening of Aboriginal political consciousness and activism in twentieth century Australia, John Maynard
Publication
Note
School of Aboriginal Studies, Faculty of Education and Arts
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 357-374)
Contents
Ch. 1: Historical deception -- the hidden history -- Literature review -- Methodology: history, fluidism?, data collection, data analysis -- The value of archival records and the track to new history -- Ch. 2: The politics of discontent -- The question of land -- The history of dispossession and enforced dependency -- The NSW Aborigines Protection Board -- Farming success - settler expansion and the soldier re-settlement scheme -- The Aboriginal response - dismay, anger and political revolt -- Ch. 3: Political awakening -- The Worimi people -- This man Fred Maynard -- Ch.4: The international black influences -- Jack Johnson -- The Coloured Progressive Association -- Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association -- Ch.5 : Political mobilisation -- A united front: the Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association -- Elizabeth McKenzie Hatton, J.J. Moloney and the Homebush Girls Home -- the first conference, Sydney 1925 -- Ch. 6: The rise and impact of the "Freedom Club" -- McKenzie Hatton and the recruitment drive -- Aboriginal elders -- The other fellow: Maynard's postcolonial outlook -- Press coverage: breaking the shackles of ignorance -- The fight for land and children -- Half yearly report -- The Board responds -- The Kempsey conference -- The prominence of Aboriginal women -- A year of consolidation -- A model Aboriginal state -- The petition to King George V -- Kimberley massacre -- National awareness -- Aboriginal only membership -- Introducing A.P. Elkin -- The Grafton Conference -- Ch. 8: 1927 - the struggle for liberty -- the AAPA manifesto -- the Jack Lang letter -- "My darling little sister" -- Confronting the clergy -- The Lismore Conference -- the Black Show -- Final curtain -- the Royal Commission on the Constitution -- The steel city of Newcastle -- Awakening - a national movement? -- Economic collapse -- An underground movement -- Disintegration and demise
Control code
000025156982
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
374 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Other physical details
ill.
Stock number
MAR05/003

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