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Invasion to embassy : land in aboriginal politics in New South Wales, 1770-1972 /

Heather Goodall.

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Main Author: Goodall, Heather.
Published: St. Edwards, NSW, Australia : Allen & Unwin in association with Black Books, ©1996.
Topics: Aboriginal Australians - Australia - New South Wales - Government relations. | Aboriginal Australians - Land tenure - Australia - New South Wales. | Aboriginal Australians - Australia - New South Wales - Politics and government. | Native title (Australia) | Landrecht | Minderheitenpolitik | Government policy - Assimilation. | Politics and Government - Political action - Land rights. | Law - Land - State and Territory - New South Wales. | Politics and Government - Political action - Indigenous embassies and political missions - Tent Embassy, Parliament House, Canberra. | Culture - Relationship to land. | Settlement and contacts - Government settlements, reserves. | Government policy - State and territory - New South Wales. | Government policy - Initial period and protectionism. | Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association (AAPA) | Australian Aborigines' League (Vic.) | New South Wales. Aborigines Protection (Amendment) Act 1936. | Australian Aborigines League. | Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association.
Regions: New South Wales. | New South Wales | Aborigines. | Cummeragunja (SW NSW SJ55-01) | Menindee (NW NSW SI54-03) | Brewarrina (N NSW SH55-06) | Burnt Bridge (NSW N Coast SH56-14) | Victoria (Vic) | Moree (N NSW SH55-08) | New South Wales (NSW)
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1. Land and Meanings -- Pt. I. Beyond the Invasion, 1788 to 1850s. 2. Invasion and Land: 'a system of terrorism'. 3. Land and White Desire: Nostalgia and Imagination. 4. Recognising Native Title, 1838-52. 5. Dual Occupation -- Pt. II. Regaining Land, 1860s to 1900s. 6. Aboriginal Land Demands. 7. The Aborigines Protection Board. 8. The Aboriginal Experience of Regained Lands. 9. Escalating Pressures -- Pt. III. 'For Land and Liberty': Defending the Land, 1910s to 1930. 10. Land, Children and Power. 11. Dispossessions. 12. Fighting Back: Aboriginal Political Organisation -- Pt. IV. Under the 'Dog Act', 1930s. 13. Land as Prison: Moree, 1927-33. 14. The Depression Crises and Cumeragunja. 15. The 'Dog Act' in the West: Menindee and Brewarrina. 16. The 'Dog Act' on the Coast: Burnt Bridge, 1934-38. 17. 'The Big Fight': Land in Aboriginal Politics, 1937-38. 18. The Cumeragunja Strike, 1939 -- Pt. V. Border Wars, 1948 to 1965. 19. Shifting Boundaries. 20. Spatial Politics: Surveillance, Segregation and Land. 21. Moving Away. 22. Reasserting Land Rights, 1957-64 -- Pt. VI. The Ground on which the Embassy Rose, 1965 to 1972. 23. Referendum and Reality. 24. 'Hungry For Our Own Ground'. Epilogue: 'Back to Where the Story Started': Kurnell 1988.

Table of Contents for: Invasion to embassy : land in aboriginal