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by Edgar Wells

Reward and punishment in Arnhem Land, 1962-1963 (AIAS new series) download ebook
ISBN:
0391026135
ISBN13:
978-0391026131
Author:
Edgar Wells
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Distributed by Humanities Press (1982)
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Pages:
136 pages
ePUB:
1890 kb
Fb2:
1616 kb
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mbr azw lit txt
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Australia & Oceania
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4.5

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Wells, Edgar, Aluminum industry and trade - Social aspects - Australia - Arnhem Land (. Australian aborigines - Government relations, Australian aborigines - Australia - Arnhem Land (. - Land tenure, Murngin (Australian people) - Missions, Methodist Church - Missions - Australia - Arnhem Land (. Canberra : Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies ; Atlantic Highlands, . Distributed by Humanities Press.

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Includes bibliographical references. AIAS new series ;, no. 38.

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Reward and Punishment in Arnhem Land 1962-1963. Edgar Almond Wells was born in Lincoln in England in July 1908. By 1930 he was a Methodist minister in Pinnacle, west of Mackay in North Queensland. He was then sent further west to Camooweal, then back to Charters Towers. After World War II, now married to Annie Elizabeth, he was in Haberfield in Sydney, but was soon sent north again, to Crows Nest on the Darling Downs. The Yirrkala Bark Petitions were presented to the Australian Government in August 1963, signalling a start of the 30-year struggle for the recognition of Indigenous Land Rights in this country. It was a move which led to the Mabo decision. Arnhem Land (1). refresh. Member recommendations. Original publication date.

Wells, Edgar, Reward and Punishment in Arnhem Land 1962–63, Australian Institute of. .Sent from Yirrkala, Northern Territory to the House of Representatives in 1963. Formally presented for display in Old Parliament House in 1977 and moved to the new Parliament House in 1988.

Wells, Edgar, Reward and Punishment in Arnhem Land 1962–63, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, 1982. Williams, Nancy, The Yolngu and Their Land: A System of Land Tenure and The Fight For Its Recognition, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, 1986. Features: The painted designs on bark explain Yolngu title to land.

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