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Issue Details: First known date: 1992... 1992 Yammatji : Aboriginal Memories of the Gascoyne
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'Oral histories of the history and culture of the Aboriginal peoples in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia; relationships with pastoralists and the law; treatment of Aboriginal people; alcohol; violent conflict; domestic service; health; Baijungu; Inggarda; Jinigudira; Maia; Mandi, Carnarvon.' (Source: TROVE)

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Notes

  • Dedication: With love, I dedicate this book to my mother, Sheila Ellwood, and to the memory of my Wife, Delores Clark (1935-1992)
  • Foreword by Bryan Clark, Carnarvon, Western Australia, 1986-91.
  • Warning: Please be aware that this work may contain images of people who are now deceased.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Carlisle, Victoria Park area, South & South East Perth, Perth, Western Australia,:Hesperian Press , 1992 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Yammatji : Aboriginal Memories of the Gascoyne, Ernie Bridge , single work non-fiction (p. iv)
Dolly Bidgiemia : Grand Old Lady of the Gascoyne, Dolly Bidgiemia , single work oral history (p. 1-4)
Fred Moocher : They Used To Flog Us, Fred Moocher , single work oral history (p. 4-7)
Helen Hayes : A Hard Life, Helen Hayes , single work oral history (p. 7-9)
Sam Drummond : I Can Talk To Camels, Sam Drummond , single work oral history (p. 9-11)
Bessie Lyndon : I Saw The Last Corroboree, Bessie Lyndon , single work oral history (p. 13)
Bandy Perry : I Never Went Through The Law, Reginald Perry , single work oral history (p. 15-19)
Molly Butler : They Danced Corroboree In The Bush, Molly Butler , single work oral history (p. 19-21)
Fred Mallard : My Grandfather Was A Convict, Fred Mallard , single work oral history (p. 21-23)
Dolly Butler : An Old Bush Lady, Dolly Butler , single work oral history (p. 23-28)
Owen Dingo : My Grandfather Was Shot In His Foot, Owen Dingo , single work oral history (p. 28-30)
Colin Clarke : We Got A Boot Up The Behind, Colin Clarke , single work oral history (p. 31-33)
Molly Dale : They Were Good Times 'No Drink', Molly Dale , single work oral history (p. 35)
Donny Lewis : I Cry For My Country, Donny Lewis , single work oral history (p. 37-39)
Lucy Clarke : A Policeman Growed Me Up, Lucy Clarke , single work oral history (p. 39-41)
Ailred 'Reg' Ingram : He Shot Him Straight Off The Windmill, Ailred Ingram , single work oral history (p. 43-45)
Augustina Roe : "I Saw Japs on the Beach", Augustina Roe , single work oral history (p. 47-51)
Ted Ard : The Police Burnt The Bodies, Ted Ard , single work oral history (p. 51-53)
Alice Walgar : The Sick Yammatji Was Shot, Alice Walgar , single work oral history (p. 53-55)
Dinny Tumbler : The Stations Used To Rob Us, Dinny Tumbler , single work oral history (p. 55-58)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Carlisle, Victoria Park area, South & South East Perth, Perth, Western Australia,: Hesperian Press , 1992 .
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      Extent: xiii, 188p.
      Description: illus. maps.
      Note/s:
      • Entirely indexed by ABI, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Biographical Index
      ISBN: 0859051595
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