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At the other end of Australia : the Commonwealth and the Northern Territory, 1911-1978 / P.F. Donovan
Bib ID 2431958
Format BookBook
Author
Donovan, P. F. (Peter Francis), 1945-
 
Description St. Lucia, Qld. : University of Queensland Press, 1984 
xv, 277 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0702219142
Summary

History of Aboriginal/white relations, including Coniston Killings; poor conditions for Aboriginal pastoral workers; missions; changing Government policy and administration; lobbying of anthropologists, especially Spencer, Elkin and Thomson; effect of World War II; commitment of Federal Government under Hasluck; development of the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Aboriginal self-determination.

Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. [258]-267.

Subjects Race relations - Racism - Stereotyping.  |  Religions - Christianity - Missions.  |  Religions - Christianity - Anglican Church.  |  Occupations - Pastoral industry workers.  |  Government policy - Commonwealth.  |  Government policy - Assimilation - 1951-1971.  |  Religions - Christianity - Catholic Church.  |  Land rights - Pastoral industry.  |  Race relations - Racial discrimination.  |  Race relations - Betterment societies, etc.  |  Government policy - Assimilation - 1926-1950.  |  Religions - Christianity - Lutheran Church.  |  Defence - World War II.  |  Land rights - Excisions and leases - Land grants and leases to Aborigines.  |  Defence - Armed forces - Veterans.  |  Race relations - Violent.  |  Religions - Christianity - Missions - Church Missionary Society.  |  Land rights - Compensation and royalties.  |  Government policy - Initial period and protectionism - 1901-1925.  |  Employment - Conditions.  |  Religions - Christianity - Methodist Church.  |  Government policy - Self determination - 1972-1984.  |  Northern Territory -- Economic conditions.  |  Northern Territory -- Politics and government -- 20th century.  |  Gunbalanya / Oenpelli (West Arnhem Land NT SD53-01)  |  Northern Territory (NT)  |  Milingimbi (Central Arnhem Land NT SD53-02)  |  Goulburn Islands (West Arnhem Land NT SC53-13)  |  Roper River (NT Top End SD53-09, SD53-10, SD53-11)  |  Finke River (South Central NT SF53-13, SG53-01, SG53-06)  |  Bathurst Island (NT SC52-15)  |  Ntaria / Hermannsburg (South Central NT SF53-13)
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