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Issue Details: First known date: 1995... 1995 Assimilation Action : The Armidale Story
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'Although Assimilation in Action is a study of a specific organisation in on State of Australia, it throws light on the whole transformation of attitudes of whites and Aborigines from the mid 1950s to the early 1970s.' Source: Publisher's blurb (Sighted 2 November 2009)

Notes

  • Selectively indexed.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Armidale, Armidale area, New England, New South Wales,:University of New England Press , 1995 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Do You Think You Can Live Over There Among The Whites?, Margaret Ann Franklin (interviewer), 1995 single work interview (p. 67-71)
I Can Remember Good Things About the Association, Margaret Ann Franklin (interviewer), 1995 single work interview (p. 76-79)
They Were The Only Ones That Cared, Margaret Ann Franklin (interviewer), 1995 single work interview (p. 80-87)
But They Did a Really Good Job : The Assimilation, Patsy Cohen (interviewer), 1995 single work interview (p. 88-93)
It Sort of Showed Me How To Work With White People, Margaret Ann Franklin (interviewer), 1995 single work interview (p. 94-97)
It was Really Good To Be Mixed, Margaret Ann Franklin (interviewer), 1995 single work interview (p. 98-103)
I Want to Speak for Them, Margaret Ann Franklin (interviewer), 1995 single work interview (p. 104-110)

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