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Issue Details: First known date: 2007-2005... 2007-2005 Doris Turner
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  • Epigraph: You know my mum used to walk miles with a bag on her shoulder and a baby on her back, walking for miles to do people's work. Life was pretty hard for her. -- The Author

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    y separately published work icon Aboriginal Women's Heritage : Bourke Kath Schilling , Sabine Partl (editor), Hurstville : Department of Environment and Climate Change , 2007 Z1182901 2007 anthology autobiography poetry 'Aboriginal Women's Heritage : Bourke is the sixth book in a series that gives Aboriginal women across NSW the opportunity to share their history and heritage. Ten Aboriginal women from the Bourke area tell about living and growing up in the harsh country of outback NSW. They tell about working and growing up on cattle and sheep stations, where station work was a thing of pride and achievement. Some women tell about their attachment to Byrock, a place where the creator (Biame) began his journey along the rivers of NSW.' Source: (Sighted 10/07/2009). Hurstville : Department of Environment and Climate Change , 2007 pg. 43-46
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  • Bourke - Brewarrina area, Far West NSW, New South Wales,
  • Queensland,
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