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'The article presents a biography of Daisy Bates, a scholar in the field of Aboriginal history in Australia. It cites the reason why the native race was vanishing according to Bates. She was the foster-daughter of Sir George Outram, a hero of the Indian army buried with full honors in Westminister Abbey, England. She decided to travel to Australia after a doctor diagnosed a spot on her lungs as a warning of tuberculosis.' (Publication abstract)

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    y separately published work icon Australian Aboriginal Studies no. 2 2006 Z1455508 2006 periodical issue

    This editorial 'discusses various reports published within the November 2006 issue of Australian Aboriginal Studies, including one describing an early collaborative health program between Indigenous and Western health professionals and another providing a case study where Indigenous men seek health that is culturally based and under their own control.' (Introduction)

    pg. 111-115
    Note: Portraits of Daisy Bates.
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