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Title Many voices : reflections on experiences of Indigenous child separation / edited by Doreen Mellor and Anna Haebich
Published Canberra : National Library of Australia, [2002]
Canberra : National Library of Australia, 2002
©2002
©2002

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Description xi, 324 pages : illustrations, 1 map, portraits ; 2 cm + 1 audio disc (CD)
4 3/4 in
Contents Contents of CD: Track 1. Jim Hart, b.1927, Queensland, separated from family as a child. See ch. 5. Interviewer: David Woodgate (3m 02s) -- track 2. Clara Coulthard, b.1929, South Australia, separated from family as a child. See ch. 3. Interviewer: Sue Anderson (4m 06s) -- track 3. John Moriarty, AM, b.1938, New South Wales, South Australia, Northern Territory, separated from family as a child. See ch. 4. Interviewer: Frank Heimans (4m 12s) -- track 4. Sandra Hill, b.1951, Western Australia, separated from family as a child. See ch. 11. Interviewer: John Bannister (4m 11s) -- track 5. Trevor Deshong, b.1965, Queensland, separated from family as a child. See ch .6. Interviewer: Colleen Hattersley (4m 45s)-- track 6. Julie Wilson, b.1958, New South Wales, adopted as an infant. See ch. 6. Interviewer: Frank Heimans (4m 04s) -- track 7. Dorothy Pyatt, b.1918, South Australia, police officer in remote South Australia, 1950s and 1960s. See ch. 8. Interviewer: Karen George (4m 18s) -- track 8. Margaret Somerville, MBE, b.1912, New South Wales, Northern Territory, missionary and cottage mother. See ch. 7. Interviewer: Frank Heimans (3m 15s) -- track 9. Reg Worthy, OAM, b.1920, Queensland, Northern Territory, Victoria, welfare officer, senior administrator, Departmental Head. See ch. 8. Interviewer: Barbara Erskine (4m 55s)D
Summary Many voices: reflections on experiences of indigenous child separation
Analysis Australian
Aboriginal children
Child welfare
Assimilation
Biography
Oral history
Bringing Them Home Oral History Project
Notes Includes index
Accompanying sound disc features nine audio excerpts taken directly from the Bringing Them Home Oral History Project interviews
Introduction by Jan Fullerton
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 307-314
Notes National Library of Australia 2002
Subject Bringing Them Home Oral History Project
Aboriginal Australians -- Biography.
Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Biography.
Aboriginal Australians -- Interviews.
Aboriginal Australians -- Removal
Aboriginal Australians -- Child welfare
Aboriginal Australians -- Government policy.
Aboriginal Australians -- Children -- Biography.
Aboriginal Australians -- Government relations.
Families, Aboriginal Australian.
Child welfare -- Australia.
Child welfare.
Aboriginal Australians -- Relocation.
Stolen generations (Australia) -- Biography.
Stolen generations (Australia)
Aboriginal Australians -- Children -- Biography.
Aboriginal Australians.
Children, Aboriginal Australian.
Aboriginal Australians -- Interviews.
Bringing Them Home Oral History Project
Interviews.
Australia -- Biography.
Genre/Form Indigenous focus
Sound recordings.
Biographies.
Interviews.
Author Mellor, Doreen, 1948- editor
Haebich, Anna, editor
Fullerton, Jan, writer of introduction
National Library of Australia.
LC no. 00002408
ISBN 0642107548 (paperback)
Other Titles Reflections on experiences of indigenous child separation
Audio excerpts to accompany the book Many voices