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Vincent Lingiari and the Wave Hill walkout / Melanie Guile with graphic pages illustrated by Chris Burns
Bib ID 4699359
Format BookBook
Author
Guile, Melanie, 1949-
 
Description South Yarra, Vic. : Macmillan Library, 2010 
32 p. : chiefly col. ill., col. maps, ports. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 9781420269093
Series

Guile, Melanie, 1949- Stories from Australia's history.

Summary

In 1966, Gurindji elder Vincent Lingiari led his people in a walkout off Wave Hill cattle station, which was built on traditional Gurindji land. After nine years of struggle, the Gurindji people won back their land and sparked the beginning of the Indigenous land rights movement which continues to this day. Ages 8-12.

Notes

Includes index.

For primary school age.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure -- Northern Territory -- Wave Hill Region -- Juvenile literature.  |  Strikes and lockouts -- Cattle trade -- Northern Territory -- Wave Hill Region -- Juvenile literature.  |  Indigenous peoples -- Civil rights -- Australia -- Juvenile literature.  |  Gurindji (Australian people) -- Juvenile literature.  |  Land rights.  |  Education - Primary.  |  Education - Teaching - Materials.  |  Gurindji people (C20) (NT SE52-08)  |  Wave Hill Station (N.T.) -- History -- Juvenile literature.  |  Daguragu / Kalkaringi / Wave Hill (Central NT SE52-08)
Other authors/contributors Burns, Chris  |  Guile, Melanie, 1949-
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