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The unlucky Australians / [by] Frank Hardy
Bib ID 2848851
Format BookBook
Author
Hardy, Frank (Francis Joseph), 1917-1994
 
Description Adelaide : Rigby, 1976 
xii,257p., [24]p. of plates : ill. ; 22cm. 
ISBN 0855501693
Notes

Index.

Foreword by Donald Horne.

First published, Melbourne: Nelson, 1968.

Subjects Australian Aborigines: Gurindji. Social discrimination. Northern Territory. Wattie Creek & Wave Hill. Personal observations.  |  Cattle properties: Vesteys. Industrial relations. Strikes by Australian Aboriginal stationhands. Northern Territory. Victoria River region. Personal observations.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Treatment.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Legal status, laws, etc.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Employment.  |  Strikes and lockouts - Cattle trade - Northern Territory.

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