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From Yabbula to Yabbula : letters from Olive Pink to John Hargrave : 1956 to 1974 / [Olive Pink ; compiled by John Hargrave]
Bib ID 6157140
Format BookBook
Author
Pink, Olive M., 1884-1975
 
Description [Blackmans Bay, Tas. : J.C. Hargrave, 2012] 
1 v. (various pagings) ill. (some col.), ports., facsims. ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 9780987400956
Summary

"Olive Pink was a celebrated and controversial Tasmanian Anthropologist and water colour artist... She spent her life fighting for the rights of Aborigines and died in Alice Springs in 1975. Prior to her death she established a Native Flora Reserve which survives to this day. This book is a series of letters from Olive Pink (Yabbula) to John Hargrave (her Yabbula) from 1956 to 1974."--Publisher's abstract.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Pink, Olive M., 1885-1975 -- Correspondence.  |  Hargrave, J. C. (John C.) -- Correspondence.  |  Women anthropologists -- Australia -- Correspondence.  |  Human rights workers -- Australia -- Correspondence.  |  Aranda (Australian people) -- Social life and customs.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Australia, Central -- Social life and customs.  |  Aboriginal Australians, Treatment of.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Hargrave, J. C. (John C.)

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