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Totem and ore : a photographic collection / by B. Wongar
Bib ID 3822837
Format BookBook
Author
Wongar, B
 
Description Carnegie, Vic. : Dingo Books, 2006 
113 p. : ill., ports. ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 9780977507801
0977507807
Summary

The Australian Aborigines are the only people who have lived through a duel nuclear tragedy, the mining of uranium and the subsequent British nuclear testing, both of which took place on tribal land. The photographs of Totem and Ore collection tell what it was like to be at the forefront of the tradgedy.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 113.

Subjects Nuclear weapons -- Australia -- Testing.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Pictorial works.  |  Uranium mines and mining -- Northern Territory.  |  Defence - Missile and weapons testing - Nuclear weapons.  |  Photography.  |  Mining industry - Uranium.  |  Rum Jungle (NT Top End SD52-08)  |  Alligator Rivers (Kakadu, NT SD53-01, SD53-05)  |  Emu (Far West SA SH53-01)
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