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Many voices : reflections on experiences of Indigenous child separation / edited by Doreen Mellor and Anna Haebich
Bib ID 683484
Format BookBook
Description Canberra : National Library of Australia, c2002 
xi, 324 p. : ill., ports. ; 26 cm. + 1 sound disc (CD) 
ISBN 0642107548
0642107548
Partial contents
  • Contents of CD: Track 1. Jim Hart, b.1927, Queensland, separated from family as a child. See ch. 5. Interviewer: David Woodgate (3m 02s)
  • track 2. Clara Coulthard, b.1929, South Australia, separated from family as a child. See ch. 3. Interviewer: Sue Anderson (4m 06s)
  • track 3. John Moriarty, AM, b.1938, New South Wales, South Australia, Northern Territory, separated from family as a child. See ch. 4. Interviewer: Frank Heimans (4m 12s)
  • track 4. Sandra Hill, b.1951, Western Australia, separated from family as a child. See ch. 11. Interviewer: John Bannister (4m 11s)
  • track 5. Trevor Deshong, b.1965, Queensland, separated from family as a child. See ch .6. Interviewer: Colleen Hattersley (4m 45s)
  • track 6. Julie Wilson, b.1958, New South Wales, adopted as an infant. See ch. 6. Interviewer: Frank Heimans (4m 04s)
  • track 7. Dorothy Pyatt, b.1918, South Australia, police officer in remote South Australia, 1950s and 1960s. See ch. 8. Interviewer: Karen George (4m 18s)
  • track 8. Margaret Somerville, MBE, b.1912, New South Wales, Northern Territory, missionary and cottage mother. See ch. 7. Interviewer: Frank Heimans (3m 15s)
  • track 9. Reg Worthy, OAM, b.1920, Queensland, Northern Territory, Victoria, welfare officer, senior administrator, Departmental Head. See ch. 8. Interviewer: Barbara Erskine (4m 55s)D
 
Notes

Includes index.

Accompanying sound disc features nine audio excerpts taken directly from the Bringing Them Home Oral History Project interviews.

Bibliography: p. 307-314.

Accompanying sound disc for NL copy kept as N2 copy at Nmt 4721.

Subjects Bringing Them Home Oral History Project.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Biography.  |  Children, Aboriginal Australian - Biography.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Interviews.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Removal.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Child welfare.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Government policy.
Other authors/contributors Haebich, Anna  |  Mellor, Doreen, 1948-  |  National Library of Australia
Also Titled

Reflections on experiences of indigenous child separation

Audio excerpts to accompany the book Many voices

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