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A ride through time / John Maynard
Bib ID 5038969
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Maynard, John, 1954-
 
Online Versions
Description [Canberra] : School of History, Research School of Social Sciences, the Australian National University, 2010 
29 pages : illustrations, facsims., port. ; 19 cm. 
Series

Allan Martin lecture, 1832-0880 ; 2010.

Summary

John Maynard explains his love of history, or Yuraki; the work of Allan Martin; his own history research into the Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association (AAPA), of which his grandfather, Fred Maynard, was President, and his future research into other office bearers of the Association; also discusses the work of Keith Windschuttle in "The Fabrication of Aboriginal History - The Stolen Generations 1881-2008" by way of an imaginery letter from his grandfather to Keith Windschuttle; Fred Maynard and the AAPA were very outspoken against the way the Aborigines Welfare Board treated children.

Notes

18 May 2010.

Includes bibliographical references.

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet. Address as at 18 Jan. 2011: http://law.anu.edu.au/ncis/Maynard_2010.pdf

Subjects Martin, A. W. (Allan William), 1926-2002.  |  Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- History.  |  Time travel.  |  Politics and Government - Political action - Activism.  |  History.  |  History - Biographies - Indigenous - Autobiographies.  |  Australia -- History.
Other authors/contributors Martin, A. W. (Allan William), 1926-2002  |  Australian National University. Research School of Social Sciences. School of History
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