The Resource Millirrpum v. Nabalco & Commonwealth 1968

Millirrpum v. Nabalco & Commonwealth 1968

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Millirrpum v. Nabalco & Commonwealth 1968
Title
Millirrpum v. Nabalco & Commonwealth 1968
Title variation
In the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory; no 341 of 1968 between Millirrpum..., Mungurrawuy... and Daymbalipu... plaintiffs and Nabalco Pty Limited and Commonwealth of Australia defendants
Title variation remainder
submission of plaintiff's counsel
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Transcript of the final address for the plaintiffs in the Gove land rights case, which was the first case to seek legal recognition of Aboriginal ownership of land; presents case law; anthropological evidence; history of dispossession; evidence of witnesses
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  • Northern Territory
  • Land tenure
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Millirrpum v. Nabalco & Commonwealth 1968
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Title taken from spine
Contents
Final address for the plaintiffs -- Johnson and Graham's Lessee v McIntosh 1823 8 Wheat. 543 -- Cherokee Nation v State of Georgia 1831 Pet. 1 -- Worcester v State of Georgia 1832 6 Pet. 515 -- Mitchel v. U.S. 1834 9 Pet. 711 -- New Zealand cases: Reg. v Symonds, N.Z. Privy Council cases p. 387 -- W.I. Parata v Bishop of Wellington 1877 -- Takaki v. Baker 1901 A. C. 561 -- Tamihana Korokai v. Solicitor General 1912 32 N.Z.L.R. 321 -- In re 90 Mile Beach 1963 N.Z.L.R. 641 -- Early N.S.W. cases -- Later Australian cases: Cooper v. Stuart 1888 14 A.C. 286; Williams v. A.G. for N.S.W. 1913 16 C.L.R. 404; N.S.W. v. Commonwealth 1926 38 C.L.R. 74; Randwick Corpn v. Rutledge 1959 102 C.L.R. 54 -- Indian cases -- Canadian decisions -- African cases -- Historical survey of treatment of Aboriginals in relation to the land -- Summary of submissions concerning N.S.W. history -- South Australia -- Northern Territory as part of South Australia -- Aboriginal reserves -- Expert evidence of anthropologists -- Notes on expert witnesses -- Admissibility of Aboriginal evidence -- Aboriginal evidence -- Areas of land held by particular clans -- Mr Chaseling's evidence -- Essays on the Australian constitution ch. 7 The compulsory acquisition powers of the Commonwealth / R. W. Baker -- Principles of Australian Administrative Law 2nd ed. Friedmann and Benjafield p. 90 -- Evidence of anthropologists : Prof. W. E. H. Stanner; Prof. R. M. Berndt -- The application of English law in dominions and colonies : Halsbury 2nd ed. Vol. XI p. 238 (cf. Halsbury 3rd ed. vol. 5 p. 691) -- Documents relating to the establishment of New Zealand : extract from appendix no. 3 to report from Select Committee of New Zealand -- Custom -- Mada groupings -- Evidence of Aboriginal witnesses : Dadaynga Marika, Milirrpum Marika, Munggurawuy, Larrtjannga, Birrikitji, Daybalipu, Monyu, Narritjin, Matjidi, Wandjuk
Dimensions
33 cm.
Extent
1 v. (various pagings)
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated by Colin Tatz
Label
Millirrpum v. Nabalco & Commonwealth 1968
Publication
Note
Title taken from spine
Contents
Final address for the plaintiffs -- Johnson and Graham's Lessee v McIntosh 1823 8 Wheat. 543 -- Cherokee Nation v State of Georgia 1831 Pet. 1 -- Worcester v State of Georgia 1832 6 Pet. 515 -- Mitchel v. U.S. 1834 9 Pet. 711 -- New Zealand cases: Reg. v Symonds, N.Z. Privy Council cases p. 387 -- W.I. Parata v Bishop of Wellington 1877 -- Takaki v. Baker 1901 A. C. 561 -- Tamihana Korokai v. Solicitor General 1912 32 N.Z.L.R. 321 -- In re 90 Mile Beach 1963 N.Z.L.R. 641 -- Early N.S.W. cases -- Later Australian cases: Cooper v. Stuart 1888 14 A.C. 286; Williams v. A.G. for N.S.W. 1913 16 C.L.R. 404; N.S.W. v. Commonwealth 1926 38 C.L.R. 74; Randwick Corpn v. Rutledge 1959 102 C.L.R. 54 -- Indian cases -- Canadian decisions -- African cases -- Historical survey of treatment of Aboriginals in relation to the land -- Summary of submissions concerning N.S.W. history -- South Australia -- Northern Territory as part of South Australia -- Aboriginal reserves -- Expert evidence of anthropologists -- Notes on expert witnesses -- Admissibility of Aboriginal evidence -- Aboriginal evidence -- Areas of land held by particular clans -- Mr Chaseling's evidence -- Essays on the Australian constitution ch. 7 The compulsory acquisition powers of the Commonwealth / R. W. Baker -- Principles of Australian Administrative Law 2nd ed. Friedmann and Benjafield p. 90 -- Evidence of anthropologists : Prof. W. E. H. Stanner; Prof. R. M. Berndt -- The application of English law in dominions and colonies : Halsbury 2nd ed. Vol. XI p. 238 (cf. Halsbury 3rd ed. vol. 5 p. 691) -- Documents relating to the establishment of New Zealand : extract from appendix no. 3 to report from Select Committee of New Zealand -- Custom -- Mada groupings -- Evidence of Aboriginal witnesses : Dadaynga Marika, Milirrpum Marika, Munggurawuy, Larrtjannga, Birrikitji, Daybalipu, Monyu, Narritjin, Matjidi, Wandjuk
Dimensions
33 cm.
Extent
1 v. (various pagings)
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated by Colin Tatz

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