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When the Duest Come in Between; When the Dust Come in Between: Aboriginal Viewpoints in the East Kimberley Prior to 1982

Bruce Shaw, Author
Format
Book
Published
Canberra : Aboriginal Studies Press, 1992.
Language
English
ISBN
0855752327, 9780855752323
Contents
  • Daisy Djanduin and Ruby Thoorrbiling: womens life
  • Peter Ngunung: bush time
  • John Toby: Gidja country
  • Stan Brumby: The law
  • Bill Laurie: station times
  • Alfie Deakin: early settlement
  • Don Green: Christianity
  • Edgar Birch: Second world war
  • Stephen Edwards: floggings
  • Alfie Gerrard: Forrest River, the 1940's
  • Ernie Chapman: a lot of fun
  • Martha Laurie: the children
  • Michael Dinkum: the law today
  • Colin James: Mirima council
  • Ben Ward: change
  • July Oakes: no one to talk to
  • Sandy McDonald: citizenship
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    a| When the dust come in between : b| Aboriginal viewpoints in the East Kimberley prior to 1982 / c| as told to Bruce Shaw.
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    a| Canberra : b| Aboriginal Studies Press, c| 1992.
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    a| vii, 364 pages : b| illustrations ; c| 22 cm
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    a| Includes index.
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    a| Daisy Djanduin and Ruby Thoorrbiling: womens life -- Peter Ngunung: bush time -- John Toby: Gidja country -- Stan Brumby: The law -- Bill Laurie: station times -- Alfie Deakin: early settlement -- Don Green: christianity -- Edgar Birch: Second world war -- Stephen Edwards: floggings -- Alfie Gerrard: Forrest River, the 1940's -- Ernie Chapman: a lot of fun -- Martha Laurie: the children -- Michael Dinkum: the law today -- Colin James: Mirima council -- Ben Ward: change -- July Oakes: no one to talk to -- Sandy McDonald: citizenship.
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    a| Reminiscences of eighteen Aboriginal men and women from the eastern Kimberley Region, W.A.; topics include; - life histories, ethnohistory, station life, marriage, inter -marriage, and intra and inter-racial relations; the law, mythology, magic (Buglug/Boxer), initiation, cults and the Christian religion; contact history, violent conflict , wages and work experience; perceptions of politics and aspirations; social identity, kinship and sub sections; Second World War; Forrest River Mission, Mirima Council and Kununurra; attitudes to photography; chronology of persons and glossary of terms.
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    a| Occupations - Pastoral industry workers. 2| aiatsiss
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    a| Race relations - Violent - Massacres, murders, poisonings etc. - To 1900. 2| aiatsiss
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