I, the Aboriginal

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Cassell, 1963 - Aboriginal Australians - 240 pages
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This is the story of an aboriginal of the Alawa tribe who has been subjected to all tribal customs and taboos. His life changed dramatically in 1953 when a white doctor made him his driver and orderly. In spite of his recently acquired citizenship and sophistication he still feels his first loyalty and duty to his tribe.

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awesome! This is the story of a traditional Aborigine told by Douglas Lockwood. It was written in 1962 and tells of this guys life and that of his family. Read full review


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