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Neville Thomas Bonner AO (28 March 19225 February 1999) was an Australian politician, and the first Aboriginal Australian to become a member of the Parliament of Australia. He was appointed by the Queensland Parliament to fill a casual vacancy in the representation of Queensland in the Senate, and later became the first Indigenous Australian to be elected to the parliament by popular vote. Neville Bonner was an elder of the Jagera people.

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[Melbourne] : [World Vision of Australia], [1977]
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[Melbourne] : World Vision of Australia, [1982?]
Sydney : Campaign for Independent East Timor, 1976
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