The Resource A benevolent tyranny : the role of managers on Aboriginal stations in New South Wales 1880-1965

A benevolent tyranny : the role of managers on Aboriginal stations in New South Wales 1880-1965

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A benevolent tyranny : the role of managers on Aboriginal stations in New South Wales 1880-1965
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A benevolent tyranny : the role of managers on Aboriginal stations in New South Wales 1880-1965
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Summary
Outlines establishment of the Aborigines Protection Board, its role in administration of NSW stations and reserves and its reorganisation in 1940 as the Aborigines Welfare Board; study focusses on management itself, the role and activities of managers and their lack of accountability; examines the way they ran stations, their impacts on Aboriginal welfare, health, social life and education and the responses of residents; based on government and archival sources, secondary literature and interviews with past managers and residents, includes details of life on many stations throughout NSW
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Bell, Tracy
Dissertation note
Thesis (B.A. Hons.)-Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
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A benevolent tyranny : the role of managers on Aboriginal stations in New South Wales 1880-1965
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map; photos; Typescript (processed)
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M0028258
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[viii], 65 l.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying & quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0041682
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A benevolent tyranny : the role of managers on Aboriginal stations in New South Wales 1880-1965
Publication
Note
map; photos; Typescript (processed)
Control code
M0028258
Extent
[viii], 65 l.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying & quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0041682

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