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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Indigenous People's Status in the History of Our Country
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Australian Aborigines were living in Australia for generations, but the white colonialists from the United Kingdom ignored this fact and regarded it as "terra nullius". Judith Wright is an outstanding Australian writer, and her two essays: The Generations of Men, The Cry for the Dead, cleared injustice for Australia's history, with the description of her ancestors' opening up the New South Wales and Queensland experience.' (Publication abstract) 

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