The Resource The 1920s : a turning point for north Queensland Aborigines / Dawn May

The 1920s : a turning point for north Queensland Aborigines / Dawn May

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The 1920s : a turning point for north Queensland Aborigines / Dawn May
Title
The 1920s : a turning point for north Queensland Aborigines / Dawn May
Creator
Subject
Summary
Aborigines who worked as stockmen in the late 1800s and early 1900s were encouraged by their employers to retain some of their tribal culture, such as hunting and the walkabout; Australian Workers Union tried to exclude Aborigines from the cattle industry; role of the Chief Protector; living conditions
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1942-
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May, Dawn
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Australian Workers' Union
Label
The 1920s : a turning point for north Queensland Aborigines / Dawn May
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Publication
Note
Bibliography; p. 387-388
Control code
M0004978
System control number
0003106
Label
The 1920s : a turning point for north Queensland Aborigines / Dawn May
Publication
Note
Bibliography; p. 387-388
Control code
M0004978
System control number
0003106

Library Locations

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