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This chapter unfolds the life stories about the first two Aboriginal icons in the early 20 Century, David Unaipon a versatile genius and Douglas Grant a well-educated war hero.
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yRemembering Aboriginal Heroes : Struggle, Identity and the MediaJohn Ramsland,
Christopher Gerald Mooney,
Melbourne:Brolga Publishing,2006Z14009132006selected work biography During the 1940s and '50s, in Australia, many icons of Aboriginal descent rose to prominence, and were representative of the culture of the day, and of their own people. Some permanently influenced the minds of Australians, remaining famous to this day - others have been unjustly forgotten. (From Libraries Australia record.)Melbourne:Brolga Publishing,2006
Note: Contains: Portraits of David Unaipon and Douglas Grant