'This well-presented history of Uluru, the major centre of Aboriginal dreaming tracks, Begins with the traditional lives of the Yankuntjatjara and Pitjantjatjara peoples, and traces the changes they experienced by European contact. Includes recent developments in land rights, including the much- publicised land claim of the late 1970s.' (Publication summary)
Canberra:Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies,1986
'The writers and story-tellers included in this collection relate an important, even epic tale. They tell a story which in 1988 (white Australia's bicentennial year) rarely received attention because, while it tells of courage and love, it also focuses on killing and conquest, eccentricity and madness, and a land as hostile and murderous as it could be gentle and caring...' (Source: Preface)
Rydalmere:Hodder and Stoughton,1991
Note: Accompanying black and white photograph on p188.