Our land is our life: land rights : past, present and future
Collection of essays by major Aboriginal leaders on the importance of land to Aboriginal people, the meaning of native title and the chances of reconciliation in the current socio-political climate. Also includes a number of oral histories which give personal accounts of the meaning of land. The essays are based on papers presented at the 1996 Canberra International Land Rights Conference organised by the Northern and Central Land Councils. Includes index. The editor has been chairperson of the Northern Land Council since 1977.
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Statement from the 1963 Bark
Summary of the Aboriginal Land
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