Pine Creek Aborigines and Town Camps
Australian National University, North Australia Research Unit, 1987 - Aboriginal Australians - 92 pages
A study designed to provide the Pine Creek Aboriginal Advancement Association with information on Town Camp and Kybrook Farm and their residents; security of land tenure; housing and facilities; number and origins of residents; transportation; communications; levels of education and training.
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Aborigines and the Development of Pine Creek
Pine Creek Aboriginal Camps in 1986
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Aboriginal community adults asked Association Australia base camp facilities camp managers campers cattle stations centre changes close collection community government completed concern council Darwin Department Development district dwellings east employment especially facilities Figure five formal four gold held household important improvements included individual interested interviewed iron Katherine Kybrook Farm land lease levels limited living located matters mining moved needs Northern opened PCAAA period permanent Pine Creek Aboriginal Pine Creek area Plate population present problems railway regular Report residents responsible River season settlements shelter shows side skills Springs supply Table Tennant Creek tenure term Territory Town Camp traditional Type vehicle verandah women