Documents in the History of Aboriginal Education in New South Wales
J. Fletcher, Jan 1, 1989 - Aboriginal Australians - 272 pages
Extracts from selected historical documents, 17901969, to supplement the companion volume, Clean, clad and courteous; a history of Aboriginal education in New South Wales; changing government policy, native institutions, Aborigines Protection Board, Aborigines Welfare Board, Aboriginal school system, community and race relations.
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Table of Documents 7
THE PROTECTION PERIOD 1870s1930s
THE ASSIMILATION PERIOD 1930sI960s
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Aboriginal blood Aboriginal children Aboriginal education Aboriginal parents Aboriginal pupils Aboriginal schools Aboriginal stations Aborigines Protection Act Aborigines Protection Board Aborigines Welfare Board appointed assimilation Australia Batemans Bay better blacks boys Brewarrina camp Citizens Association civilization Collarenebri Colony coloured children Commonwealth considered course Department of Education Dept district documents education of Aboriginal enrolment established excluded exclusion on demand families girls Government Gulargambone habits half-caste Insp inspector of schools instruction living Maloga matter Minister for Education mission Native Institution NSWPD NSWSA number of Aboriginal object opinion Parents and Citizens possible Premier problem protector of Aborigines public school quadroons question race reason recommend regard result school files school for Aborigines secondary Secretary segregated select committee social South Wales standard Sydney Gazette syllabus taught teacher-manager Teachers Federation teaching town Walcha Road Warangesda white children white community white parents Woolbrook