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Harold Furber Harold Furber i(A129772 works by)
Born: Established: 1952 Alice Springs, Southern Northern Territory, Northern Territory, ;
Gender: Male
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Arrernte
(Storyteller) assertion
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1 form Harold Furber Harold Furber , 2007 single work film/TV oral history
— Appears in: Stolen Generations' Testimonies 2007;

'My name is Harold Furber. I come from Alice Springs and my family’s, extended family’s all here. Strong in the Aranda language and culture. I was removed from here when I was four years old and went over a thousand miles North, to Darwin and then a further journey of about 200, about 150k’s, 150 miles North East of Darwin to a place called Croker Island. That is my younger sister and myself were removed and she is a year and a half younger than me and yeah, and we went to Darwin and to Croker. ' (Transcribed from the Stolen Generations' Testimonies website)

1 The Day I Left Croker Island Harold Furber , 1998 single work autobiography
— Appears in: Take Power Like This Old Man Here : An Anthology of Writings Celebrating Twenty Years of Land Rights in Central Australia 1977-1997 1998; (p. 123-125)