The Aborigines of Arnhem Land
Traces history of Macassan and European impact on Arnhem Land; effect of administrative, commercial and mission activities up to present time; traditional Aboriginal culture and society described and present problems and aspirations discussed.
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Aborig Aboriginal Affairs Aboriginal children Aboriginal Christians Aboriginal communities Aboriginal land Aboriginal women Aborigines living Aborigines of Arnhem administration alcohol Alice Springs Anglican Angurugu Arnhem Land Aborigines Arnhem Land communities Australian Balanda became bush camp centres ceremonies Church clan Commonwealth continued Croker Island culture Darwin Department of Aboriginal Elcho Island employment established European Goulburn Island Gove Government Groote Eylandt groups half-castes homeland hunting Justice kilometres kunapipi Lamilami Land Council land rights large number leases legislation Macassans Maningrida married ment Milingimbi mining Minister missionaries missions Nabalco Nabarlek native Nhulunbuy nomadic non-Aboriginal Northern Land Council Northern Territory number of Aborigines Oenpelli organisation paintings Port Essington problems programs protection Report responsibility Roper River sacred self-determination settlement social society South spears spirit staff totem traditional trepang tribal tribes Umbakumba uranium ward Welfare Branch western Arnhem Land Yirrkala