Issue Details: First known date: 1992... 1992 When the Dust Come in Between : Aboriginal Viewpoints in the East Kimberley Prior to 1982, As Told to Bruce Shaw
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AbstractHistoryArchive Description

This book contains reminiscences from eighteen Aboriginal men and women from the east Kimberley area of Western Australia and has been compiled from tape-recorded conversations with Bruce Shaw.

Notes

  • Dedication: To Ronald and Catherine berndt.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,: Aboriginal Studies Press , 1992 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Introduction, Bruce Shaw , 1992 single work criticism (p. 1-11)
Women's Life, Daisy Djanduin , Ruby Thoorrbiling , 1992 single work life story (p. 29-43)
Bush Time, Peter Ngunung , 1992 single work life story (p. 45-60)
Gidja Country, John Toby , 1992 single work life story (p. 63-76)
The Law, Stan Brumby , 1992 single work life story (p. 79-91)
Station Times, Bill Laurie , 1992 single work life story (p. 93-119)
Early Settlement, Alfie Deakin , 1992 single work life story (p. 123-134)
Christianity, Don Green , 1992 single work life story (p. 137-156)
Second World War, Edgar Birch , 1992 single work life story (p. 159-179)
Floggings, Stephen Edwards , 1992 single work life story (p. 181-193)
Forrest River : The 1940s, Alfie Gerrard , 1992 single work life story (p. 195-210)
A Lot of Fun, Ernie Chapman , 1992 single work life story (p. 213-228)
The Children, Martha Laurie , 1992 single work life story (p. 231-247)
The Law Today, Michael Dinkum , 1992 single work life story (p. 249-261)
Mirima Council, Colin James , 1992 single work life story (p. 263-274)
Change, Ben Ward , 1992 single work life story (p. 277-286)
No One to Talk to, July Oakes , 1992 single work life story (p. 289-300)
Citizenship, Sandy McDonald , 1992 single work life story (p. 303-321)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

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[Review Essay] When the Dust Come in between : Aboriginal Viewpoints in the East Kimberley Prior to 1982 David Mardiros , 1993 single work essay
— Appears in: Australian Aboriginal Studies , no. 2 1993; (p. 98-99)

'This volume is the last of a series of life histories of Aboriginal me n and women from the East Kimberley compiled by Bruce Shaw. As its subtitle indicates, the book provides perspectives of Aboriginal life before the full impact of the initiatives and reforms of the Whitlam and Fraser governments. As the older people interviewed by Shaw in this book are no w deceased, When the Dust Come in Between forms a record of times no w passed; hard times to be sure, but times which man y of the storytellers look back upon with wistfulness and longing.' (Introduction)

[Review Essay] When the Dust Come in between : Aboriginal Viewpoints in the East Kimberley Prior to 1982 David Mardiros , 1993 single work essay
— Appears in: Australian Aboriginal Studies , no. 2 1993; (p. 98-99)

'This volume is the last of a series of life histories of Aboriginal me n and women from the East Kimberley compiled by Bruce Shaw. As its subtitle indicates, the book provides perspectives of Aboriginal life before the full impact of the initiatives and reforms of the Whitlam and Fraser governments. As the older people interviewed by Shaw in this book are no w deceased, When the Dust Come in Between forms a record of times no w passed; hard times to be sure, but times which man y of the storytellers look back upon with wistfulness and longing.' (Introduction)

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