The Karajarri Claim: A Case-study in Native Title Anthropology
"Incorporationg a newly added General Introduction and Endnotes, this volume is a minimally amended version of an Anthropologist's Report prepared by Geoffrey Bagshaw in relation to the Native Title matter of John Dudu Nangkiriny & Ors on behalf of the Karajarri People v The State of Western Australia & Ors. Initially written in 2000 it is an account of Aboriginal people and country, the product of targeted fieldwork, conducted to provide evidence concerning an Aboriginal group's claim to hold native title over a specific area of land." -- from the Foreword, p. iii.
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Principal anthropological report
THE CLAIM AREA
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