Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 'To Put on Record as Faithfully as Possible' : Catherine Martin
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'...The Incredible Journey, published in 1923, presented a positive view of Indigenous motherhood and raised the issue of stolen children at a time when white public opinion had little interest in or sympathy for these issues... (Source: Allen, Margaret. 'To Put on Record, as Faithfully as Possible': Catherine Martin. New ed. In: Cole, Anna (Editor); Haskins, Victoria (Editor); Paisley, Fiona (Editor). Uncommon Ground: White Women in Aboriginal History. New ed. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 2005:241)



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    y Uncommon Ground : White Women and Aboriginal History Anna Cole (editor), Fiona Paisley (editor), Victoria Haskins (editor), Canberra : Aboriginal Studies Press , 2005 Z1207044 2005 anthology biography Uncommon Ground is a unique exploration of the complex roles played by white women in Australian Indigenous histories. it showcases some of the latest and most interesting work in Australia on gender and cross-cultural history. Within a particular historical context, each chapter highlights the work of a woman involved in Aboriginal issues, and with Aboriginal people. Well-known as well as less prominent public figures, are included. There is a mix of activists, writers, and workers in missionary groups and administration as well as Pearl Gibbs, the leading Aboriginal woman activist who worked closely with contemporary white feminists. (Libraries Australia record). Canberra : Aboriginal Studies Press , 2005 pg. 241-256
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