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The bureaucracy, the law and Blacks Palace : a history of management of One Site in the Central Queensland Highlands / Luke Godwin
Bib ID 732938
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Godwin, Luke
 
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Description Brisbane, Qld. : Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland, 2001 
ii, 26 p. : map ; 24 cm. 
Series

Ngulaig (Brisbane, Qld.) ; no. 18.

Summary

Legislation for the management and protection of cultural heritage; the gap between legislation and policy; legislation as a mechanism of last resort; management of the Blacks Palace art site before any cultural heritage protection legislation existed in Queensland; introduction of the Aboriginal Relics Preservation Act 1967; the Department of Environment and Heritage gaining bureaucratic control of cultural heritage matters in 1989; description of Blacks Palace art site; vandalism of the site; controls on site visitation; the development of management policy; the Cultural Record Act of 1987; the involvement of Aboriginal people in developing a management plan for the Blacks Palace site; grants for the management of Indigenous Heritage; Native Title provisions; Murandoo Yanner Native Title case; Indigenous ownership and management involvement of reserve.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 23-25.

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Subjects Sacred space -- Queensland, Central.  |  Cultural property -- Protection -- Law and legislation -- Queensland, Central.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Queensland, Central -- Antiquities.  |  Land rights - Conservation areas.  |  Art - Art motifs - Hand.  |  Native title.  |  Bidjara / Bidyara people (E37) (Qld SG55-03)  |  Environment - Conservation - Law and legislation.  |  Environment - Conservation - Conservation areas.  |  Art - Art motifs - Stencil.  |  Art - Rock art - Conservation.  |  Sites - Mortuary sites and cemeteries.  |  Death - Mortuary / funeral ceremonies - Mortuary objects - Poles.  |  Queensland, Central -- Cultural policy.  |  Queensland (Qld)
Other authors/contributors University of Queensland. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Studies Unit

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