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A STRAIGHT-OUT MAN: F. W. Albrecht and Central Australian Aborigines

Publisher: Carlton, Melbourne University Press
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Edition: first edition - hard cover in dust jacket
ISBN: 0522844138
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Book Description and Condition

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When Albrecht came to Hermannsburg in 1926, Aborigines were thought to be a dying race, with government and the public indifferent to their fate. He battled to secure reserves and traditional lands, and to foster education, employment and leadership. We

meet station owners and prominent figures such as Flynn, T. G. H. Strehlow and Albert Namatjira. 240 x 163mm., pp. xvi, 313, b/w plates, notes, biblio., index. H/cover in d.j. Contents, no inscriptions; dust jacket, no tears or chips. FINE/NEAR FINE

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