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The Resource Isabel Flick : the many lives of an extraordinary Aboriginal woman/, Isabel Flick and Heather Goodall

Isabel Flick : the many lives of an extraordinary Aboriginal woman/, Isabel Flick and Heather Goodall

Label
Isabel Flick : the many lives of an extraordinary Aboriginal woman/
Title
Isabel Flick
Title remainder
the many lives of an extraordinary Aboriginal woman/
Statement of responsibility
Isabel Flick and Heather Goodall
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The life story of Isabel Flick; begins with early life in Collarenebri and Toomelah Mission; adult life as an activist; return to community where she grew up; acknowledged by non-Aboriginal people of her town; spokesperson during a crisis that threatened both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal residents; co-authored by Heather Goodall
Biography type
autobiography
Cataloging source
ANL
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1928-2002
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Flick, Isabel
Dewey number
994.0049915
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Goodall, Heather
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  • Flick, Isabel
  • Murray, Eddie
  • Women, Aboriginal Australian
Label
Isabel Flick : the many lives of an extraordinary Aboriginal woman/, Isabel Flick and Heather Goodall
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
"Owning the world" : the old camp at Collarenebri, 1930s -- Toomelah Mission: a place of learning, 1938-1942 -- Learning from the street, 1940s -- Building pressures, 1950s -- Confrontations, 1960s -- Entangling the city with the bush, 1972-1978 -- Reinventing Isabel, 1977-1980 -- Changing Collarenbri, 1980s -- Land rights on the ground, 1983-1993 -- Sisters, 1993 on -- A wider focus, 1995-200, the dipping place
Control code
000024950822
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xviii, 270 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 received from Lindsay Cleland
Isbn
9781741141238
Other physical details
facsim, geneal. table, maps, ports
Label
Isabel Flick : the many lives of an extraordinary Aboriginal woman/, Isabel Flick and Heather Goodall
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
"Owning the world" : the old camp at Collarenebri, 1930s -- Toomelah Mission: a place of learning, 1938-1942 -- Learning from the street, 1940s -- Building pressures, 1950s -- Confrontations, 1960s -- Entangling the city with the bush, 1972-1978 -- Reinventing Isabel, 1977-1980 -- Changing Collarenbri, 1980s -- Land rights on the ground, 1983-1993 -- Sisters, 1993 on -- A wider focus, 1995-200, the dipping place
Control code
000024950822
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xviii, 270 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 received from Lindsay Cleland
Isbn
9781741141238
Other physical details
facsim, geneal. table, maps, ports

Library Locations

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