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Aboriginal settlements : a survey of institutional communities in eastern Australia / [by] J. P. M. Long
Bib ID 2529594
Format BookBook
Author
Long, J. P. M. (Jeremy Phillip Merrick)
 
Description Canberra : Australian National University Press, 1970 
xi, 225 p. : maps ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 070810391X
Series

Aborigines in Australian society ; 3.

Summary

Sponsored by the Social Science Research Council; study covered mainly Victoria, N.S.W., and Queensland; population living on settlements, settled areas - Tasmania (removal to Flinders Island & Oyster Bay); Victoria - brief history of early settlements, Lake Tyers, population, living conditions, community services, employment, households and families; N.S.W - origins, population, individual characteristics of stations at Woodenbong, Tabulam, Cabbage Tree Island, Burnt Bridge, Purfleet, Roseby Park, Wreck Bay, Wallaga Lake, Boggabilla, Moree, Walgett, Brewarrina, Cowra, Murrin Bridge, population; Queensland - history, conditions at Cherbourg, Woorabinda, Palm Island, Yarrabah, Aurukun, Doomadgee, Weipa, Cape York Settlement, resettlement; note on Mapoon and Lockhart River, changes in administrative policy since 1930s, making settlements into open communities; Appendix I, II & III - brief histories of missions & settlements in Western Australia, South Australia & Northern Territory; Appendix IV, hostels in north Queensland towns; Appendix V, design of settlements.

Notes

This research project was sponsored by the Social Science Research Council of Australia.

Bibliography: p. [217]-219.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Statistics.  |  New Mapoon (Bamaga Qld Far North Cape York SC54-11)  |  Victoria (Vic)  |  Queensland (Qld)  |  Roper River (NT Top End SD53-09, SD53-10, SD53-11)  |  Wadeye / Port Keats (Daly River NT Top End SD52-11)  |  Dumadji / Doomadgee (Qld Gulf SE54-05)  |  Elcho Island (East Arnhem Land NT SC53-15, SD53-03)  |  Yirrkala (East Arnhem Land SD53-04)  |  Milingimbi (Central Arnhem Land SD53-02)  |  Ntaria / Hermannsburg (South Central NT SF53-13)  |  Goulburn Islands (West Arnhem Land NT SC53-13)  |  Gunbalunya / Oenpelli (West Arnhem Land NT SD53-01)  |  Numbulwar / Rose River (East Arnhem Land SD53-11)  |  Groote Eylandt (NT Gulf Islands SD53-07, SD53-08)  |  New South Wales (NSW)  |  Weipa / Napranum (Qld Gulf, NW Cape York SD54-03)  |  Bathurst Island (NT SC52-15)
Other authors/contributors Social Science Research Council of Australia

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