Fearing the Protector, Fearing the Protected : Indigenous and 'National' Fears in Twentieth-century Australia Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009
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'This essay examines the effects of early to mid twentieth-century government policies of 'protection' and assimilation on indigenous Australian lives. It focuses on childhood fears as recounted by Baarkanji memoirist Evelyn Crawford in her transcribed oral history, Over My Tracks, and on 'national' fears as represented in public spheres.'

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