Australia's North West
Kimberley, Pilbara, North-West & part of Central Statistical Divisions bounded on S. by 26th parallel; p.16-22; Population, June, 1964; employment, working conditions, wages, problems likely to occur after introduction of award wages 1968; Work of D. McLeod in setting up native coops., Port Hedland; natives known as the Mob or the Group (later Pindan); history of Group 1946 - present; Mentions economic aims of 1958 Special Committee on Native Matters; p.34; Tbl.5, population estimates in main towns, June 1964; p.230; Education, lists missions, Govt. & private schools; p.308-309; Proposals for improved native conditions.
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