The Stolen Generations: Separation of Aboriginal Children from Their Families in Western Australia
Catalogue produced to accompany an exhibition dedicated to the stolen generations; Western Australian policy and treatment of Aboriginal children from colonial times through to the present day; child removal and institutionalisation ; white Australia and assimilation policy ; missions - Beagle Bay, Forrest River; Swan Native and half Caste Missions;segregation and later desegregation in schools; foundation and life on Moore River and Carrolup; Sister Kate's Children's Home; Tardun Children's Mission and St Joseph's farm.
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LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS OF CONTROL 18601902
CREATING A WHITE AUSTRALIA 19051960s
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