This work paints an intimate picture of historical and contemporary Aboriginal life and also presents a unique case study of the Aboriginal experience. Interviews with both Aborigines and Australian government officials, as well as archival documents, illustrate the cultural, social, and political survival strategies developed by Aborigines faced with British colonization.
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Claire Smith has worked closely with the the Barunga-Wugularr community of the Northern Territory, Australia, since 1990. She is a senior lecturer with the department of archaeology at Flinders University and president of the World Archaeological Congress.
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Book Description Wakefield Press, Kent Town, SA, Australia, 2004. Paper Back. Book Condition: Very Good. The inside cover page has a pen inscription. The page edges are lightly tanned. 196 pages. Size: Size E: 8"-9" Tall (204-227mm). Bookseller Inventory # 143737
Book Description Wakefield Press, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1862545758