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Issue Details: First known date: 1980... 1980 Margaret Tucker
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A small biography about the life of Margaret Tucker M.B.E., the first Aboriginal woman to be a member of the Aboriginal Welfare Board.

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  • Includes portrait of Margaret Tucker M.B.E.

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Some Aboriginal Women Pathfinders : Their Difficulties and Their Achievements Some Aboriginal Women Pathfinders Margaret J. Beeson , Adelaide : W.C.T.U. , 1980 Z1470148 1980 selected work biography

    The author writes 'about some of the Aboriginal women who have battled against prejudice and discrimination, against apathy of Christian people, and against disregard by governments; and who have, by corage and determination, made an honorable place for themselves in the ommunity. The W.C.T.U. of Australia accords to them the respect and commendation which are their due.' (Source: page 6)

    Adelaide : W.C.T.U. , 1980
    pg. 8-13
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