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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Indigenous Sporting Greats
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'Indigenous Sporting Greats Sport is an Australian way of life. Through the actions and voices of Indigenous sportsmen and women, we learn about policies and attitudes in Australia towards Indigenous people. This book celebrates their sporting achievements and the contributions they have made in Australian life.' (Source: back cover)




  • 'Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander people are warned that this book may contain images of, or references to, deceased people.' (Source: Inside front cover)
  • This work contains:

    Against the Odds

    Jerry Jerome

    Eddie Gilbert

    Sir Douglas Nicholls

    Evonne Goolagong Cawley

    Cathy Freeman

    Nicky Winmar

    Michael Long

    Respect for one and all

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Melbourne, Victoria,: Pearson Rigby , 2008 .
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      Extent: 24p.
      Description: col. illus, ports.
      ISBN: 97807312747079
      Series: First Australians : Plenty Stories Pearson Rigby (publisher), series - publisher children's 'First Australians: Plenty Stories is a collaboration between the National Museum of Australia and Rigby to provide primary classrooms with a comprehensive resource to successfully implement Australian Indigenous studies. This resource has been developed to enable teachers to approach the teaching of Indigenous culture and issues with confidence.' Source: (Sighted 15/12/2009).
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