Aboriginal Australians: Black Responses to White Dominance, 1788-2001

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Aboriginal Advancement Association 204
Aboriginal Advancement League 178–80
Aboriginal Affairs, Department of 138, 182
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Bill 224–5
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Council (ATSIC) 254–5, 257, 262
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (Queensland Discrimination Laws) Act (1975) 184
Aboriginal Benefits Trust Fund 209
Aboriginal Development Commission 138–9
Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre 201, 202
Aboriginal Land Council 207
Aboriginal Land Rights (N.T.) Act (1976) 193–4, 196
Aboriginal policy 286
Aboriginal Protection Act (N.S.W. 1936) 167
Aboriginal Protection Association 80
Aborigines Protection Board 84–8, 148, 153, 179
Aboriginal Sacred Site Authority 206
Aboriginal Sacred Sites Act 206
Aboriginal Welfare Conference (1965) 177
Aborigines Acts 134, 166
1886 (Victoria) 86, 165
1897 (Qld) 128, 165–6
1905 (W.A.) 128, 138, 165
1909 (N.S.W.) 81, 86, 165
1911 (N.T.) 128, 138, 165
1911 (S.A.) 165
Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders Act
1979 (Qld) 184–5
1965 (Qld) 183
Aborigines' Friends'Association 79, 84
Aborigines Protection Act (1909) 147–8
Aborigines Preservation and Protection Act (Qld 1939–46) 182–3
Aborigines' Progressive Association 170–2
Aborigines Protection and Restriction of the Sale of Opium Act (Qld 1897) 101–3
Aborigines Welfare Board N.S.W. 172 Vic. 179
ABSCHOL 177
absorption policy 86–7, 138, 147, 157, 165–6, 178
Acheron 75–6
activists 230–1
Adnyamathanha, the 245
alcohol 34, 37, 50, 58–9, 65, 72, 89, 95, 101–2, 128, 155, 156, 159–60, 174, 182, 193, 218, 228, 269–72
Alexandria Station 132, 135
alienation of Aborigines 62, 66–9, 157–8, 162
Alyawarra, the 196
ancestors 18–19, 23
Anderson, Michael 188

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  • Title Page *
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  • Preface to the Third Edition 8
  • 1 - Traditional Life 13
  • 2 - The Gamaraigal Confront the British 26
  • 3 - Resisting the Invaders 40
  • 4 - Cultural Resistance Amidst Destruction 56
  • 5 - Stifling Aboriginal Initiative 73
  • 6 - Racism Enshrined 91
  • 7 - Mixed Missionary Blessings 105
  • 8 - Aborigines in the Cattle Industry 124
  • 9 - Aborigines and the Caste Barrier 147
  • 10 - Breaking Down the Barriers 164
  • 11 - Towards Self-Determination 188
  • 12 - Ambivalent Times 206
  • 13 - Aborigines under Siege 244
  • Appendix 1 288
  • Appendix 2 290
  • Appendix 3 292
  • Notes 293
  • Select Bibliography 315
  • Index 322
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